My Mom, My Dad, and My Brothers by Sam French
December 11, 2018
Homecoming by Lauren A. Forry
January 8, 2019

THE BRICK MOON FICTION ANNUAL VOLUME 4

The end is here!  Well, the end of 2018 which was another brilliant year for fans of great speculative fiction. We here at Brick Moon are thrilled to be a part of this fantastic universe of fiction and we want to share with you our little slice of it.  This year we took you to the dark nether-regions of social media. We built monsters, dragged you through a Hellscape, hung out with witches, wizards, and even Einstein. Hell, we stole a moon and a sun.  (Talk about setting the bar high for next year.)
So it is with great pleasure we present The Brick Moon Fiction Annual Volume 4!  These are some of our favorites that came out this year.  They include stories you might have read/heard, but many that were previously unreleased!  It’s available now in Kindle and very soon in paperback!

THE BEST OF RUDOLFO SERNA

THE BEST OF RUDOLFO SERNA Brick Moon Fiction and Mutantroot Art Collective are proud to bring you this collection of short stories and original artwork. Originally […]

ONE NATION DIVISIBLE: ELECTION DAY 2020

ONE NATION DIVISIBLE: ELECTION DAY 2020 We love looking into the future. Most of the Brick Moon anthologies ponder the big “what if’s” that loom over […]

IT CAME FROM THE COMMENT SECTION!

IT CAME FROM THE COMMENT SECTION! If you're familiar with Brick Moon Fiction at all, you know we have some issues with the disruptive and reckless […]

BRICK MOON FICTION PODCASTS

Children of the Red Feathered Ga
by Bryan Aiello

We conclude our series on “Denial,” and must admit it’s stories like this that really illustrate just what a talented group of writers we’re working with […]

The Thin White Line
by Jason D’Aprile

Our series on “Denial” continues with a new one from the imagination of Jason D’Aprile. This one is set in an arctic outpost and illustrates how […]

Remember Thou Art Dust by JB Toner

We love this one. As you know our theme for the month is ‘Denial’ and this story by JB Toner is a perfect example of thinking […]