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Galactic Journey: 55 years ago in Science Fact and Fiction!

A Real Pride Celebration

Happy Pride Month! Join us for a sale on all of Journey Press’ wonderful queer titles. In my last post, I announced that Journey Press openly and proudly identifies as a queer press. LGBTQIA+ isn’t all we do, but it is a big part of who we are and what we publish. I was a…

Journey Press’ Coming Out Party

It’s Pride!  Even better, it’s Pride in a (mostly) post-pandemic year! Oh rapture! 🙂 There was no question that I’d be writing about Pride Month, the time for especial celebration of all things queer (LGBTQIA++++) this week. After all, pretty much everyone who works here is some flavor of queer, and we’ve been waiting more…

The Eighth Key is here!

We are very excited to announce our first release of the year, The Eighth Key, by Hugo Finalist Laura Weyr! Featuring a steamy slow-burn male/male romance with one of the best-realized fantasy worlds I’ve seen, The Eighth Key is a must-get. Queer fantasy romance is still a newish genre, so it’s always a delight to…

Talking Copyright with r/Fantasy

Last Friday, we had a lovely and quite successful Small Press AMA (Ask Me Anything) on the fantasy subreddit. We had a slew of excellent and varied questions from lots of readers, and it really gave us a chance to explore our motivations for writing, discuss what inspires us, divulge behind-the-scenes tidbits on the creation…

A flirtatious bard and a shy young mage set out to save the world… this is the gay fantasy romance you’ve been waiting for!

This is a very exciting week for us. The Eighth Key, our new high fantasy gay romance, will be available for pre-order by bookstores pending general release at the end of the month! The magic is gone…or is it? Lucian is a jaded flirt and professional bard who knows all the old songs about sorcery. When…

Women’s History Month is Here!

Lost in Time It’s Women’s History Month! And to kick it off, our article today is on the unsung women science fiction and fantasy authors of yesteryear. Pop quiz: How many pre-1980 woman science fiction authors can you name? If you’re like most people I’ve asked this question of, Ursula K. Le Guin comes springing…