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About Steven R. Southard
Inspired by the works of Jules Verne, I majored in engineering, served in the U.S. submarine force, and worked in a submarine-related field. Now I've turned to writing fiction for readers like you.
Feel free to explore the wonders of my website at www.stevenrsouthard.com
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Cat stories set in ancient Egypt, pre-history Mexico, Victorian England, space stations, grim magical worlds, during the zombie apocalypse, and a typical neighborhood give a glimpse into the mysterious lives of felines. And each cat, whether friend or fiend, believes In a Cat's Eye, all things belong to cats.
Cat-lovers and readers of science fiction, fantasy, mystery, and horror will find a tale to sink their claws into from an international roster of authors. Featuring fiction from Jody Lynn Nye, Gail Z. Martin, A.L. Sirois, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Doug C. Souza, Oliver Smith, Jeremy M. Gottwig, K.I. Borrowman, Gregory Norris, Christine Lucas, R.S. Pyne, Steven R. Southard, Joanna Hoyt, Elektra Hammond, A.L. Kaplan, and Alex Shvartsman.
In a Cat's Eye is purr-fect reading for a dark night—just beware of paws on the stairs.
Spacecrafts hurtling toward alien worlds. Second chances for civilizations. First contact. Rebirth. Non-humans looking for a new life. Opportunities for fresh starts and do-overs far from Earth. These stories and more explore the theme of Re-Launch.
Send your imagination into orbit with 18 science fiction tales from an international roster of authors.
Featuring fiction from Douglas Smith, James Dorr, Kris Austen Radcliffe, Eando Bender, Wendy Nikel, Stewart C. Baker, Meriah Crawford, Gregory L. Norris, Jennifer Rachel Baumer, Jonathan Shipley, Vonnie Winslow Crist, Lawrence Dagstine, CB Droege, Jude-Marie Green, Steven R. Southard, Calie Voorhis, Anthony Cardno, and Andrew Gudgel.
Re-Launch reminds readers that new beginnings rarely go as planned and danger waits for the unwary on all worlds.
150 years ago, we dived with him to the bottom of the ocean. Now Captain Nemo and his submarine sensation are back to entertain you again.
Take a wild adventure through sixteen amazing short stories, all inspired by Jules Verne’s enduring classic exploring the murky depths.
What was behind the sightings of the mysterious vessel in Baltimore? What really happened in the aftermath of the Nautilus’ maelstrom misfortune? Will a courageous salvage mission dredge up disturbing secrets?
With every story chosen for its tribute to the extraordinary adventures of the famed French master, you’ll be whisked to 1870, across the globe, and even forward in time and space, as these historic seafaring exploits take unexpected twists and turns. With all sixteen creative tales ranging from alternative endings, freshly hooked monsters, and valiant forays into speculative storytelling, you’ll soon be lost in new worlds that Verne himself would applaud.
Will this daring plunge into perilous waters once again surface modern masterpieces of imagination?
20,000 Leagues Remembered is an astonishing homage to an incredibly robust original masterwork. If you like thought-provoking premises, inventive exploits, and adoring respect for the source material, then you’ll love this whirlpool of wonders.
Buy 20,000 Leagues Remembered to dive deep today!
Vengeful undead. Demons. Hungry rats. These creatures and more haunt city streets, unlit hallways, deep space, and the corners of your imagination in Re-Terrify.
Send shivers down your spine with 18 horrifying tales from an international roster of authors.
Featuring fiction from Douglas Smith, Nancy Springer, James Dorr, Winston Marks, Lisa Lepovetsky, Eric Choi, Darrell Schweitzer, Meriah Crawford, Jonathan Shipley, Gregory L. Norris, Vonnie Winslow Crist, Greg Chamberlain, Kelly A. Harmon, David Hoenig, Steven R. Southard, Nicole Kurtz, Geoff Gander, and Gustavo Bondoni.
Re-Terrify reminds readers that monsters hide in the shadows and even the bravest person should beware of the dark.
Featuring fiction by Richard Chizmar, Alex Shvartsman, Rie Sheridan Rose, Jeff Stehman, Jonathan Shipley, Robert E. Waters, Evan Dicken, Anatoly Belilovsky, Brad Hafford, A.P. Sessler, Larry C. Kay, Jeremy M. Gottwig, Steven R. Southard, Kelda Crich, M.J. Ritchie, Edward McDermott, Ray Kolb, Andrew Gudgel, Jeremy Zimmerman, N.O.A. Rawle, Meg Belviso, Daniel Beazley, Briana McGuckin, Kane Gordon, Peter Schranz, G. Scott Huggins, Vonnie Winslow Crist, and Kelly A. Harmon, and featuring a poem by Laura Shovan.
Take flight with 17 science fiction, dark fantasy, and horror-filled tales from an international roster of authors.
Featuring fiction from:
Gregory L. Norris
Steven R. Southard
Evan J. Osborne
Jason J. McCuiston
Rebecca Gomez Farrell
Trisha J. Wooldridge
Jeffrey G. Roberts
Michael M. Jones
Dark Luminous Wings will set your imagination soaring--but watch out for sharp beaks, piercing talons, and gravity.
Strange lights. Alien visitations. UFOs. Implanted technology. Unexplained disappearances. And cows. Roswell, New Mexico, a crossroads of extraterrestrial encounters, is the starting point for 18 dark tales which take place Not Far from Roswell.
Though aliens haunt the pages of Not Far from Roswell, at their heart, these stories are about people and the choices they make when confronted with beings from beyond our world.
Featuring fiction by Brian Trent, Gregory L. Norris, Robert Borski, Jason J. McCuiston, Laura Kostur, Gordon Grice, Paul R. McNamee, James Edward O'Brien, Annelise Knoot, W.T. Paterson, Robert E. Waters, Joe Vasicek, Mike Adamson, Steven R. Southard, Brock Poulsen, Christopher Wheatley, TJ Perkins, Jarod Anderson, and Evan Dicken.
Not Far from Roswellis the perfect read for a starry night But be warned—according to these stories—we are not alone.
In Quoth the Raven, we invite you to answer the call of the raven and revisit Poe's work, re-imagined for the twenty-first century. Here, the lover of mystery and Gothic horror will find familiar themes in contemporary settings, variations on Poe's tales, and faithful recreations of the author's signature style.
The Rat and the Frog by Emma Whitehall
Doc Borden's Hard-Luck Hoss by Julie Frost
The Steam Elephant by Steven R. Southard
Gentlemanly Horrors of Mine Alone by Donald J. Bingle
Kutsenko's Cage by William Burton McCormick
Waterproof by Marcelina Vizcarra
Customer Service of the Priesthood of Thikra, Destroyer of Worlds and Creator of Light by Yasmine Fahmy
The Traveler's Story of a Terribly Strange Bed by Wilkie Collins
Author interview with Emma Whitehall by Andrew McCurdy
Edited by Kevin Frost and Andrew McCurdy