Subterranean Press is a Michigan-based publishing house best known for high-end hardcovers and limited editions, mostly covering horror, fantasy, suspense, and SF.
Their stuff really stands out. Probably because the list is editorially-led in the old school fashion; publisher William Schafer is guided by his own taste and enthusiasms, and he’s built up relationships with many – I’d even say most – of the top names in genre fiction.
Subterranean also publishes regular short fiction in the form of the quarterly Subterranean Magazine. The Spring 2014 issue contains One Dove, a new story of mine featuring The Bedlam Detective‘s Sebastian Becker.
And the fiction content in the online version is free. You don’t have to register, sign in, or even endure advertising.
Yep, I find it hard to get my head around, too.
But there it is; all you have to do is point your browser to the Subterranean website and click on the Subterranean Online tab. You’ll get direct access to the content of the current number, and to all of the back issues you’ll find there.