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Not a Bar Joke. Well, Kind of a Bar Joke

Per Bastet Publications is proud to announce our latest publication: the Southern Indiana Writers’ Group’s latest anthology.


Apollo and Athena Walk Into a Bar: (Art Meets Science)

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Centuries ago, back when the Old Gods first fled the Mortal Realm . . .” Apollo and Athena, fallen god and goddess, respectively, of the arts and the sciences, linger in the shadows of the bar where Neptune regales his patrons with jokes. Also lurking in these writings are, among other wonders, a congenial vampire-detective who, with Ben Franklin, courts a lovely automaton that blows poison kisses; a grieving colonist on Mars grappling with meaning and religious doubt; a trio of canoe-transporting raccoons; a young woman mathematician approaching the mystery of her absent father, the notorious Romantic poet Lord Byron; and a Walden-carrying, Hoosier Everyboy trying to map the Alaskan wilds.

Available in print and Kindle editions.

She’s Ba-ack!

Marian Allen’s first published novel has long been out of print. Now, with a new cover, a new title, and a little internal tweaking, it’s back by popular demand.

The Wolves of Port Novo

Previously published as EEL’S REVERENCE

Elderly priest of Holy Sweet Micah, Aunt Libby, leaves her parish in a huff and walks into danger. Not from the tough young mercreature who robs her, not from the pragmatic waterfront restaurateur who gives her the briefest possible shelter, but from fellow priests.

“Reaver” priests, mercenary and cynical, have driven all true priests out of Port Novo and plan to expand their power as far as possible. One old woman isn’t going to stand in their way.

Or so they think.

Available in print and Kindle versions.

Night is Day for New Release

Per Bastet Publications is delighted to release the latest from T. Lee Harris: A new Byron Peale adventure!

San Francisco, 1890. Byron Cyrus Peale is a vampire, but he is far from the most dangerous person in town. A ruthless Shanghai ring is abducting citizens and visitors alike, selling them to ships’ captains who need crew and don’t care where they get them. Peale faces danger from all sides. Floyd Kaetin – A tough, savvy police captain who knows Peale’s secret and wants to use his supernatural abilities to break up the ring. Zhao Conguyn – Owner of the Golden Rain Pavilion Saloon who isn’t aware of his friend’s secret, yet unknowingly threatens to expose it. Ignatius Dulmage – A young police inspector, charged with acting as Peale’s minder. He takes his task seriously. Claire Ashford – The beautiful widow who threatens to invade his heart — with dire consequences. And the crimps who mistake him for just another warm body.

Available in print and Kindle editions.

Eight New Releases Since Last Update!

Per Bastet Publications is pleased to announce eight new titles in our catalog, some from authors already with us, and some from names and faces new to our pages.

In order of publications, we proudly present:

Confabulating With the Cows: Wit, Whimsy, and Occasional Wisdom from Perry County, Indiana: 1992-94

by Brett Sanders

Herding Cats and Other Alien Creatures: The Indian Creek Anthology Series, Volume 21

by the Southern Indiana Writers

Tanglewood Lane

by Michele Hubler

Three Finger Exercises

by Andrea Gilbey

Lonnie, Me, and. . . .: A Short Story Collection

by Marian Allen

A Cat for All Seasons

by Jen Selinsky

The Belle Starr Chronicles

by Katina French


Indiana’s Strange and Unusual Haunts

by Jacob and Jenny Floyd

For more information on these and all our other publications and writers, visit our Books & Authors page.