Forbidden Thoughts

You are not supposed to read this book. 
You are not supposed to think about reading this book. 
In fact, just plain thinking at all is unacceptable. 
You have been warned....

Forbidden Thoughts

Introducing Forbidden Thoughts, the landmark anthology of wondrous, thrilling, and terrifying stories by authors who've been expelled from polite science fiction society.

Poised to be the Dangerous Visions of our time, Forbidden Thoughts features stunning contributions by:

  • Milo Yiannopoulos, the most fabulous supervillain on the internet
  • Superversive poet laureate Ben Zwycky
  • International Lord of Hate Larry Correia
  • Reigning Dragon of the Apocalypse Nick Cole
  • John C. Wright, Grand Inquisitor of the Evil Legion of Evil
  • Brad R. Torgersen, Sad Puppy in Chief (retired)
  • Colonel Tom "All Your Base Are Belong to Trump" Kratman
  • The Supreme Dark Lord of the Evil Legion of Evil, Vox Day
  • Beautiful but Evil Space Princess Sarah A. Hoyt
  • Heart of the Superversive Movement L. Jagi Lamplighter-Wright
  • With many more up-and-coming perpetrators of badthink!
I'm also honored that my works appears in this groundbreaking volume alongside such august and luminous gadflies. Not only does my story butcher one of the SJW cult's sacred cows like all the others, it's the first installment of the Soul Cycle back story that my fans have been asking for. "Elegy for the Locust" takes place on Mithgar during the Guild's ascent, and it fleshes out the origins of a major faction in my new novel The Secret Kings.

If dreary message fic has driven you to your wits' end; if you're starving for fun stories and want to see someone tweak the noses of the SFF thought police, Forbidden Thoughts has you covered on both counts. Brought to you by Superversive Press editor Jason Rennie with striking art by Cat Leonard.

UPDATE: Excitement is already building over this one. Forbidden Thoughts is currently #3006 in the Kindle Store, #7 in its category, and has already been reviewed at a 5 star rating.


  1. Thanks, Brian! I don't exactly have much in the way of competition when it comes to superversive verse, which is a shame, but I am honoured that you consider me worthy of such a lofty mention.

    1. You're welcome. Since poetry takes way more skill than prose, you should be glad I'm not trying to compete with you :)

    2. I find poetry comes relatively easily to me; when my prose creativity well is utterly dry (as sadly happens far too often) I usually have no trouble cranking out some verse.

  2. Well.

    Now that I've picked up the latest Maxwell book from Peter Grant, this is next.

  3. Man, Milo makes anything catch fire these days.

    1. Like Vox said, Milo's a once-in-a-generation star.