We’re excited to offer a preview of the July/August issue of the Kyanite Press! This is our last issue in Volume 1 featuring stories across all sub-genres of science fiction and fantasy, just like the first issue (Sept/Oct 2018)! Stay tuned for more details, including who will be contributing and who won the feature spot!
Hello again readers! The Kyanite Press Volume 2 subscription is available for purchase on our website. It’s 25% off the cover price, and this summer we’re offering a special deal: all new subscribers will be entered to win a $5 Starbucks gift card and a Kyanite Publishing eBook of their choice weekly! Read more about the changes to Volume 2 here, which include fewer issues (4 seasonal issues instead of 6) and more content per issue (250+ pages)! Please share this news with your family and friends who love science fiction, fantasy, and horror. We’re striving to find and publish the best short stories out there, and we think this…
The big day is here! Announcing our plans for Volume 2 of the Kyanite Press!
Welcome to another amazing issue packed full of a variety of social science fiction tales for your eager minds to process.
We are currently not accepting submissions for the Kyanite Press. Expect an exciting announcement in May 2019 about our plans for Volume Two!
Good evening! You can watch the special reading of the Halloween issue of the Kyanite Press anytime by following this link to the playlist on our Youtube channel! Happy Halloween! -Sam, B.K., and Sophia
In the latest addition to the Kyanite Press Online, Editor in Chief B.K. Bass delves into the worlds of Social Science Fiction. Check out this and more genre studies (with short fiction!) in the ongoing column: Discovering New Worlds with B.K. Bass. Social Science Fiction examines sociological, anthropological, and psychological issues as its main focus. The term was coined by Isaac Asimov to define his own work in the 1940’s. At the time, science fiction had consisted mostly of the ‘spaceships and ray guns‘ styles; such as what is often found in planetary romance tales. During the 1940’s, there was a movement spearheaded by the likes of Asimov and Robert A Heinlein to use science fiction as a way…
NEXT ISSUE – NOV 1ST! This issue of the Kyanite Press contains some amazing stories that all examine the human condition in one way or another. From the introspective psychology of “The Teacup” by David McAlister to the grand social drama of “Stone Faces” by Marcus Hansson, these stories all examine different facets of our humanity. Be it exploring our deepest fear – the fear of the unknown – or showing how a society of people works together to overcome obstacles. “Worth Dying For” by Chad D. Christy and “Breakpoint” by Darius Jones both explore questions of what makes us human and what we would do to preserve what is…
The paperback version of Volume 1, Issue 1 (V1I1) of the Kyanite Press is no longer available for direct order, but can still be found on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. The eBook version is still available for immediate download as a PDF file directly from Kyanite Publishing HERE. We would like to take a moment to thank all of the authors who contributed to this issue and made it a resounding success! Don’t miss our special Halloween edition available now! Our next regular issue will be available on November 1st, and our special Winter Digest is coming on December 1st!
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