Forthcoming Titles

The following titles are committed for 2022/3, noting there might be adjustments in release months as we get closer to their production schedules, and there are several titles that will be added once dates are resolved.

Several titles from the IFWG Publishing International imprint will also be published in the UK/Australia/NZ geographies (through IFWG Publishing Australia imprint). All Australian imprint books are also sold in the USA via our International imprint.

November 2022

  • Turning of the Seasons – A Dark Almanac (2-author anthology, dark, weird, almanac format, poetry and short/micro fiction, J.S. Breukelaar and Seb Doubinsky)
  • Masters of Scent (book 1 of trilogy, epic fantasy, Michael B Fletcher)
  • The Christmas Maze (middle grade fantasy, Danny Fahey)

February 2023

  • The Hidden Keystone  (book 1 of The Salt Lines series, fantasy, Nathan Burrage)
  • Sunset Tales (chapbook, short fiction, African dark fantasy, Biola Olatunde tribute)

April 2023

  • [Unnamed as yet] (collection of horror fiction, Anthony Ferguson)
  • Ferren and the Angel (new edition of Richard Harland’s classic fantasy novel, book 1 of the trilogy)
  • Demoniacs (illustrated novel by Craig Cormick, book 1 of The Revolationary War)

May 2023

  • Approaching the Source (book 7 of the Warriors of Vhast epic fantasy series, Cary J Lenehan)
  • Killer Creatures Down Under (horror anthology, ed Deborah Sheldon)

June 2023

July 2023

  • Dream Weaver (young adult historical fantasy, Steven Paulsen)

October 2023

  • Olivia Stone and the Curse of the Changeling (Book 4 of the Guardians of St. Giles middle grade horror series, Jeffery E Doherty)
  • Kat (young adult science fiction, Michael B Fletcher and Paula Boer)
  • Nightmare Logic (weird and horror short story collection, Leigh Blackmore)

November 2023

  • Tumblers of Rolan (book 2 of the Masters of Scent series, epic fantasy, Michael B Fletcher)
  • Jonty’s Unicorn (book 1 of the Irrawene Chronicles series, middle grade fantasy, Rebecca Fraser)
  • Azathoth and Other Horrors (poetry collection, horror, weird, Leigh Blackmore)

5 Comments Add yours

  1. rockbilby says:

    I am very much looking forward to Rebecca Fraser’s, ‘Curtis Creed and the Lore of the Ocean’!

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