Charlie Mueller is good with technology. He's not that kind of old person. Sure, he's spent four decades as an NYC bookseller, married to routine in an industry that time forgot. But he can still evolve. He can learn to sell an E-Reader. Maybe.
Thirty-nine years old, laid off from a bookstore, and working in the backroom of a grocery, Sean Rogers thought the time was right to start his career as a software developer.
Haunted burial grounds where the dead come back; a demonic force born of mankind thriving in the outskirts of space; a sadistic abuela with a dark secret; the undead of winter coming back for their former captor; two men discover a mystery in the wilderness; a wondering showman just wants a little respect; four hunters go in search of a Big Game only to discover they are the ones being hunted...
A stunning collection of short fiction from Aaron M. Wilson. He never feels the constraints of staying inside the bounds of a single genre, sometimes combining bike fiction, Cthulhu-lore, and fantasy into one short story. Stories like The Paperless Doctrine pay homage to Ray Bradbury, while the title track, Tree Bomber, plays like a bike-zine about eco justice.
Fans of horror will be delighted by the dark delicacies in this collection of horror’s up-and-coming stars. These stories are about haunted houses, obsession, insanity, cults, the unexplainable repetition of goddess worship, and the psychological and physical terror that only humans can inflict.
Modern Perl, the book, explains Perl programming from novice to expert. Free ePub and PDF downloads.
David Calloway finds that when he sleeps, he can walk into other people's dreams, seeing all their hopes and fears.
This is the complete collection of Onyx Neon Shorts stories from 2014, encompassing everything from: super villains; to the end of the world and the last bookstores that dwell there; to a gumshoe in the city; to the tale of a boy and his search for something lost in history. These are stories about people and places—the things that shape us.
Books. They have weight. They have soul. They transport data from author to reader, slowly. They can even burn. But they can't generate revenue in the suggestive ad market.
A science fiction anthology written by Minnesota authors and graphic artists, these are stories from the heartland. These authors and artists have come together to create a vision of what the future of the Twin Cities could look like.
In the future... Will the Twins still be our favorite team? Will our lust for power and wealth go too far? How will we find our way in a bag storm? Cifiscape Vol. I, The Twin Cities describes a diverse and gritty future for our beloved Metro.
The world cries out for justice, peace, healing, and inspiration — and heroes arise. Unfortunately, they stick around after that.
Parrot is a language-neutral virtual machine for dynamic languages, and Parrot Intermediate Representation (PIR) is Parrot's native low-level language. PIR is fundamentally an assembly language, but it has some higher-level features such as operator syntax, syntactic sugar for subroutine and method calls, automatic register allocation, and more friendly conditional syntax.