Beneath Ceaseless Skies is a free online magazine of literary adventure fantasy. We've published short stories and audio fiction podcasts by authors such as Marie Brennan, Richard Parks, Holly Phillips, and Aliette de Bodard. BCS is a finalist for the 2013 Hugo Awards and for three 2013 World Fantasy Awards. Locus online calls us "a premier venue for fantastic fiction, not just online but for all media."
Eighteen more short stories of literary adventure fantasy from the Hugo Award-finalist online magazine Beneath Ceaseless Skies. Authors include Richard Parks, Yoon Ha Lee, Margaret Ronald, and Chris Willrich. Includes four stories named to Locus magazine's 2012 Recommended Reading List and “The Castle That Jack Built” by Emily Gilman, a finalist for the 2013 World Fantasy Awards.
Eighteen more short stories of literary adventure fantasy from Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine. Authors include Richard Parks, Margaret Ronald, Genevieve Valentine, and World Fantasy Award-winner Steve Rasnic Tem. Includes four stories that received Honorable Mention in Gardner Dozois's The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Twenty-Ninth Annual Collection.
Eighteen steampunk short stories from Beneath Ceaseless Skies Online Magazine, that take readers to awe-inspiring worlds ranging from a steampunk alternate Aztec society to a Renaissance Italy powered by mechanically imprisoned demons; from Baroque Paris and Bavaria and Vienna to a steampunk 1920s silent movie studio and a fantastical mechanical city that bounces up and down like a pogo stick.
Sixteen more short stories of literary adventure fantasy from Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine. Authors include Marie Brennan, Aliette de Bodard, Saladin Ahmed, and Rachel Swirsky. Includes "The Isthmus Variation" by Kris Millering, named to Locus's 2010 Recommended Reading List, and "The Pirate Captain's Daughter" by Yoon Ha Lee, a Finalist for the 2010 WSFA Small Press Award.
Fourteen short stories of literary adventure fantasy from Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine. Features authors Marie Brennan, Richard Parks, and Campbell Award finalist Aliette de Bodard. Includes "Thieves of Silence" by Holly Phillips, named to Locus's 2009 Recommended Reading List, and "Father's Kill" by Christopher Green, winner of the 2009 Aurealis Award for Best Fantasy Short Story.