Praise for Dreamrush
"Calcaterra's stories, long and short, are well-crafted, innately readable, and thoroughly kick-ass." -Ahimsa Kerp, author of Cthulhu Kaiju
5 tales of fantasy, future past, and gaslamp frontierism, including...
"The Knight's Dog" – The gritty fantasy that's been read over 80k times and is oft compared to The Game of Thrones.
"Page Fault" – A thrilling mashup of cyberpunk, fantasy, noir, and post-apocalyptic fiction.
"Deus ex Aurum" and "Gold Comes Out" – Groundbreaking tales of gaslamp frontierism, set during the California gold rush.
"Wulfram" – The prequel to Dreamwielder, chronicling the story of the mysterious sorcerer Wulfram.
The Roads to Baldairn Motte
"I was drawn into the world of Baldairn Motte at once by the rich prose and the promise of high adventure, but it was the characters and the fast moving story that held me literary hostage. I hope there's a sequel!"
-James P. Blaylock, World Fantasy Award and Philip K. Dick Award Winner
"Whores become heroes, farmers become freedom fighters and healers strike down the unjust against the backdrop of a land in turmoil. Fans of George R R Martin's Song of Ice and Fire or Paul Hoffman's The Left Hand of God will relish the excitement of The Roads to Baldairn Motte."
-Misty Massey, author of Mad Kestrel
Date of publication: May 22, 2011
A little girl trapped in the shadows of a haunted mansion. A superhero driven by impotent desire turned evil.
2nd Place winner in the 2010 Preditors & Editors Readers Poll for Best Horror Novel. Featuring two novellas, including, "The Key Ring," winner of the 2009 Preditors and Editors Readers Poll Best Horror Short Story.
Date of publication: October 27, 2010