We released the Dwarves issue of Spellbound on Saturday. It has been simultaneously the hardest and the easiest issue to put together so far. Hardest, because it landed during a time when I have been dealing with lots of personal issues and illnesses (plus the unrelenting cold and snow) over the last couple of months. […]
The Scarlet Pimpernel meets Dracula in Derek Paterson’s novellas featuring flintlocks, tricorn hats and the supernatural.
Ginny Ni’Cooley is a mage facing down demons, ghosts, and the distrust of the locals.
Etta Mae isn’t your average fantasy heroine, but if her theory is right she might be your average psychic.
The only thing worse than Max’s death is his new living arrangement.
A random encounter with a capricious entity sends three strangers crashing into one another; changing each in unexpected and unimaginable ways. By turns fantastical and horrific, Hearts Starve is a modern day fairy tale in the tradition of the oldest of Grimm’s stories.
It would appear that Eggplant gained in popularity over the last two days. Traffic to the site has quintupled. I actually got locked out of the site this morning and thought it was due to hackers. But, no, I have since learned a lot of you have come here from Tumblr. So, welcome! I know […]
I have always described what I do as a publisher as a literary cheerleader. When I come across a story that I love, I get to tell people, “I just read the greatest story, you should read it, too!” It’s that enthusiasm that helped me through reopening Eggplant two years ago. It has been the […]
Eggplant has acquired two new novellas for 2014. Last Night in Ghosttown by Kathryn McKade explores love, loss and hope set in a far-flung, future Bharat empire. In the Maharajah’s Consortium every aspect of citizens’ lives is monitored by the GRID. Throughout the galaxy, on every planet: money, property, even lives are tracked by General Resource […]
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