Current Preorders

Print preorders The Wildcard (Thriller/Suspense) (Kathryn Hore) ebook preorders Coralesque and Other Tales to Disturb and Distract (horror/weird short fiction) (Rebecca Fraser)

New Release: Spawn: Weird Horror Tales About Pregnancy, Birth and Babies

IFWG is very excited to announce the release of its second of three new anthologies this year, Spawn: Weird Horror Tales About Pregnancy, Birth and Babies, edited by Deborah Sheldon. This is a particularly unique anthology for us, as it is the very first that is sourced from a fiction callout, with the exception of … Continue reading

New Release: Cthulhu Deep Down Under Volume 3

IFWG is proud to announce the release of the third and final volume in its Cthulhu Deep Down Under series, edited by Steve Proposch, Christopher Sequeira and Bryce Stevens. We say ‘final volume’ but we aren’t necessarily holding to it: what we can say is that the series was conceptualised for three volumes, and we … Continue reading

Cover Reveal: Five Star Republic by Janeen Webb and Andrew Enstice

It is with immense pleasure that IFWG can now reveal the front cover of Janeen Webb and Andrew Enstice’s first instalment in their City of the Sun trilogy, Five Star Republic. The artwork is by the very talented Kerry Spokes, perfectly capturing the spirit of the novel and the mid-nineteenth century Australian setting, and also … Continue reading

Report: Double Launch of Slights (Kaaron Warren) & Silent Sorrow (Russell Kirkpatrick)

A few weekends ago Kaaron Warren and Russell Kirkpatrick teamed up and officially launched their most recent novels to the reading public. Kaaron’s book, Slights, is a refreshed reissue of her very first novel and there has been a demand by new Warren readers to get access to it. Russell’s novel, Silent Sorrow, has been … Continue reading

IFWG at Gold Coast Supanova

It’s been a long time, but finally, last weekend, there was a full-blown pop culture convention in the Gold Coast, IFWG’s (now) home city. While it may not have been as big as the usual gig at the Gold Coast, we believe that the turnout was still well above expectations. It was fun. IFWG has … Continue reading