In her debut memoir, essayist Chloe Caldwell delves into her own experience with PMDD, explores how people with periods think about their menstrual cycles, and explains how periods have been needlessly medicalized and pathologized.
When her best friend decides to move to Paris, Bertie plans a trip to France as one final hurrah for their friendship. But after the two are caught in a weird time loop inside the Louvre, Bertie must muster her wits alone to save them both.
A queer, gender-bent retelling of the Arthurian Percival legend, Nicola Griffith’s Spear follows Peretur, a young woman who disguises herself as a man, becomes a knight, and goes on a quest for the Holy Grail.
Six years ago, Evelyn summoned a ghost to acquit her father of a triple homicide. Now, she’s done it again, and with disastrous results. Desperate, Evelyn enlists the help of an old friend — a friend whose family has made a business out of dealing with ghosts.
In this heartfelt new romance, an ER doctor has a busy life to get back to in the big city, but she can’t seem to pull herself away from an easy-going — and much younger! — carpenter and his small-town life.
Janelle Monáe assembled an all-star list of speculative fiction writers, including Sheree Renée Thomas, Alaya Dawn Johnson, and Eve L. Ewing, to collaborate on stories for this collection — a compendium of tales revolving around the world Monáe built in her album, Dirty Computer.