The BFS named us Best Indie Press 2018, and we’re announcing our 2019 titles!
FantasyCon 2018! It’s not long now until the good people of Chester begin to furrow their brows and say, who are all these people, and why do they keep telling me to check out Joel Lane?
Unsung will be there, propping up the bar like the publisher cliche depended on it. We’ll also be representing on panels and readings. Find out where we’ll be here.
To celebrate You Will Grow Into Them being shortlisted for the Saboteur Awards you can get 33% off all the way through the voting period.
I realise most of you didn’t know the man, but you do know his work, so I hope you’ll join me in thanking Martin for it, as we say goodbye to our friend today.
We're thrilled to announce that Cassandra Khaw's story from 2084, 'Degrees of Ellision', has been shortlisted for STARBURST Magazine's Brave New Words Award!
Unsung Stories will be re-opening submissions for one month between 29th January and 26th February 2018. You can find our submission guidelines on the site. We will publish instructions on how to submit on the 29th.
George talks to Anne Charnock about the 2084 anthology, George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four and what we get from dystopian fiction.
You know that thing where a publisher goes about something in complete silence, not telling a soul, and then suddenly springs a new book that looks just so damn tasty that you have to click on the cover and find out what it’s all about?
We are very pleased to announce that Unsung Stories will be publishing The Arrival of Missives, the latest work by Aliya Whiteley (author of the critically acclaimed The Beauty).
Unsung Stories would like to congratulate Kirstin Innes on her Not the Booker Prize win, for her novel Fishnet, which beat Dark Star in a hotly contested competition.