Bram Stoker Award winning press Omnium Gatherum publishes unique dark fantasy, weird fiction and horror in print and eBook formats. The stories we publish can be sweeping in scope or intensely personal. What they have in common, is a dedication to fresh ideas and a unique perspective. To learn more about Omnium Gatherum, please follow us on Facebook or Twitter.
Space & Time
Space and Time Magazine has been putting the best speculative fiction and poetry in ink for over five decades—a must-read for true fans of Strange and Unusual. Readers can look forward to stories from the future stars of genre fiction intermingled with unique tales from pros like Jessica A. Salmonson, Norman Spinrad, Jack Ketchum, and Aliette de Bodard.
ANGELA YURIKO SMITH
Angela Yuriko Smith is a third generation Uchinanchu and an award-winning American poet, author, and publisher with over 20 years of experience in newspaper journalism. Publisher of Space & Time magazine (est. 1966), a Bram Stoker Awards® Finalist and HWA Mentor of the Year for 2020.
Bent. Bowed. Unbroken
Poetry by Christina Sng, Angela Yuriko Smith, Lee Murray, and Geneve Flynn invite you to sit beneath the tortured willow’s gravid branches and listen to the uneasy shiver of its leaves.
In Tortured Willows, four Southeast Asian women writers of horror expand on the exploration of otherness begun with the Bram Stoker Award-winning anthology Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women.
Horror Writers Association
What Is The Horror Writers Association?
THE HORROR WRITERS ASSOCIATION (HWA) is a nonprofit organization of writers and publishing professionals around the world, dedicated to promoting dark literature and the interests of those who write it. Find out more at
Science Fiction & Fantasy Poetry Association
The Science Fiction & Fantasy Poetry Association was founded as the Science Fiction Poetry Association in 1978 to bring together poets and readers interested in speculative poetry. What is sf/f poetry? Everybody has a unique definition. To be sure, it is poetry (we’ll leave that definition to you), but it’s poetry with some element of speculation in the narrow sense—usually science fiction, fantasy, or horror.