Books from other publishers


aftermath_coverAftermath carries on immediately from where Fair Rebel leaves off. Meet Simoon and Gayle in an early preview of Steph’s next novel, The Savant and the Snake. This slim but beautifully presented booklet also contains additional, previously unseen, material including a timeline of the Fourlands.

Aftermath is available from Air and Nothingness Press.

76 pages – perfect bound edition with french flaps

25 copies are signed and numbered – $14 US
75 copies are unnumbered – $12 US

Wrought Gothic

wroughtgothicWrought Gothic is a collection of mood pieces and background writings which illuminate some less familiar corners of the Fourlands. These are not short stories but rather literary vignettes from the Castle mythos which did not make it into the novels.

Wrought Gothic
The Insect Hordes
Linnet’s Tour Guide: 1. The Vertigo Spur
Linnet’s Tour Guide: 2. The Grass Isle
Linnet’s Tour Guide: 3. Lakeland Awia
Simoon the Treasurer’s History of Hacilith
Hacilith 1816: Jant saves Debrah
Hacilith 1817: The Scrapyard
Hacilith 1818: Felicitia’s Saturday Night

Wrought Gothic is a sumptuously presented booklet, available directly from Air and Nothingness Press.


TempoIn the year 625, five years after Saker took his place in the Circle as Lightning, he returns home on leave from the war. Instead of rest, he finds renewed rivalry with his brother Gyr; a rivalry which will be played out in a deadly chariot race which can only have one victor. But Saker has another reason to return to Micawater: his lover, Martyn. If she marries him, she will also be made immortal. Can their scandalous love prove stronger than the taboos which hold them apart?

Tempo is my second story for the Quasis ‘Splinters’ series. It is exclusively available in Dutch, translated by Jasper Polane, with cover art by the inimitiable Todd Sanders.

The Wheel of Fortune

cover_radvanfortuinHet Rad von Fortuin (The Wheel of Fortune) is a long-ish short story, written for the Splinters series of Dutch publisher Quasis, edited by Jasper Polane. It is exclusively available in Dutch.

You can find reviews in English and in Dutch here and here.

It was stylishly translated by Eisso Post and the magnificent cover art is by Todd Sanders.

Eventually Jant’s early adventures in Hacilith will appear as a full-length novel. But not just yet!