Our quarterly ebook anthology, The Pocket Pixelarium, collects the The Fabulist’s best speculative and fantastical fiction, plus related reviews, interviews and essays. Illustrated in full color by Adam Myers. Editor: Josh Wilson.
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Vol. 3, No. 1 of The Pocket Pixelarium includes 16 new works of speculative fiction, plus: Izumi Suzuki’s latest anthology reviewed by Nick Mamatas; two new books on anarchism and anticapitalism reviewed by Chris Carlsson; and Dru Oja Jay’s takedown of ChatGPT as a corporatist shill.Read More
The Spring 2022 edition of The Pixelarium packs in a dizzying array of fantastical storytelling; insightful interviews on censorship, cemeteries, and building-sized murals; and actually radical book reviews.Read More
Chlorophilia! Body shocks! Close encounters! Escape routes! The Fall/Winter 2022 edition of The Pocket Pixelarium delivers delivers 12 new works of science fiction, fantasy, horror, magic realism and speculative fiction to provoke and intrigue your imagination.Read More
The December 2021 edition of The Pocket Pixelarium is slim in comparison to the subsequent quarterly editions, and is priced accordingly, with three tales and an editorial, all of which explore the passage of seasons of shadow and frost, and the return of the sun.Read More
The November 2021 debut of The Pocket Pixelarium is a standout, featuring a feminist-themed trio of tales and poetry, plus reviews, and a profile of stop-motion auteur Phil Tippett.Read More