Sea Lion Press is delighted to unveil four new titles.
A Bright, Cold Day from Mark Ciccone tells a tale of a different life for George Orwell in a very different timeline. The resulting impact on his work is notable and also frighteningly recognisable. The author of Kansas Troubles returns with this imaginative pageturner.
Comics of Infinite Earths! arrives with a bang (or should that be 'POW'?) from Charles E.P. Murphy. A series of essays examining comic book history with experienced interviewees, the book asks all the big questions comics fans have wondered about over the years, and some you might not have considered.
One Shoe Tale brings Jeremy Green to the Sea Lion Press stable. It's a very well-reviewed tale of a different 18th century Europe, told as a detective story on the mean streets of Budapest.
Tim Venning's alternative history of Rome continues with Confronting the Barbarians, a set of further essays exploring classical counterfactuals.
All four books are available now in Our Books.