Archive | May, 2008

New Reviews

Publishers Weekly reviews Implied Spaces: “In this grandly scaled space opera from bestseller Williams (Hardwired), swashbuckling computer scientist Aristide explores pretechnological “pocket” universes in search of interesting “implied spaces,” the unintended regions that come into existence between deliberately designed structures. Then he uncovers evidence of a dark collective that’s kidnapping people and sending them to […]

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So what’s The Big Idea?

Over at John Scalzi’s The Whatever, Walter Jon Williams explains The Big Idea behind Implied Spaces. Also, Andrew Wheeler reviews Lucius Shepard’s Softspoken at Antick Musings.

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Sale: 50% off all in-stock and forthcoming Night Shade titles

It’s sale time again at Night Shade Books. We’ve got a few big titles coming in, and we need to clear space in a big way! So until midnight on Sunday, May 25th, we’re offering 50% off all in-stock and forthcoming Night Shade books. Use the coupon code 50NSB2008, and there is a four book […]

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SF Signal on Implied Spaces

JP at SF Signal has a nice review of Walter Jon Williams’s Implied Spaces, which he gives four out of five stars. Here’s a snippet: "All in all, Implied Spaces is a darn fine SF book, filled with a ton of interesting SF-nal ideas. I can only hope that there is more stories to come […]

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The Agony of Interviews

The Agony Column has a podcast interview with Night Shade editor-in-chief Jeremy Lassen. [MP3]

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Curled Up With Good Reviews

Curled Up With Good Reviews

Curled Up With a Good Book gives a rave, five-star review to Implied Spaces by Walter Jon Williams. Here’s a snippet: "If you like your science fiction epic in scope, with hard science mixed with philosophical, existential pondering about the ultimate meaning of the universe and life, and if you like to read novels that […]

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A Sale and a Review

Shocklines.com is offering 50% off all in-stock Night Shade Books titles. At checkout, enter the coupon code: SHADEFIFTY. Over at SFF World, there’s a nice review of Liz Williams’s The Demon and the City. Here’s a snippet: "Part of the fun of these novels is the journey, because with most mysteries and mysteries masquerading in […]

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An interview and a review

There’s a new interview with me up at Dark Wolf’s Fantasy Reviews, in which I discuss Wastelands, The Living Dead, and other projects. And over at Graculus’s blog, there’s a nice review of Liz Williams’s Snake Agent.

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Interview with Nathalie Mallet

Over at The First Book, Scott William Carter profiles Nathalie Mallet, author of The Princes of the Golden Cage.

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F&SF on Baxter; SF Signal on Hughes

In the June issue of F&SF, Charles de Lint has a nice review of The H-Bomb Girl by Stephen Baxter, about which he says “Easily one of the better books I’ve read in a long time.” And over at SF Signal, John Denardo reviews Majestrum by Matthew Hughes, and says “The most appealing part of […]

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