The great heroines of science fiction and fantasy

Atlantida. In this classic Atlantean novel by Pierre Benoit, two adventurous soldiers discover the remnants of Atlantis deep in the Sahara well as the chilling secret of its deadly, immortal queen, Antinea. Originally published in 1920.



In The Metal Monster Abraham Merritt's Norhala of the Lightnings is the super-human empress of an empire of living metal.





Three Go Back. When their transatlantic airship is destroyed, three survivors find themselves in a lost world 25,000 years in the past, a world peopled by Neanderthals and Cro-Magnons, haunted by mammoths and saber-toothed cats. Writer Claire Stranlay must somehow survive and does so in the only way she knows how...Originally published in 1932, this is the first new edition in 70 years.

The Lost Continent. C.J.Cutcliff-Hyne's classic novel is probably one of the best of all Atlantean adventures---and features not one but two extraordinary women: Empress Phorenice and the courageous Nais.




In A. Merritt's fantasy masterpiece,The Face in the Abyss, we encounter Suarra, handmaiden to the Snake-Mother of Yu-Atlanchi. Together, they join forces with an American engineer in their struggle against Nimir, the Lord of Evil. Coming soon. 





Angel Island. When five shipwrecked sailors land on an island inhabited by five beautiful winged women, it seems like paradise. That is, until the men feel compelled to bring the angels to earth...A classic of feminist science fiction by Inez Haynes Gillmore, Angel Island was originally published in 1914.