Archive | September, 2008

The Living Dead–Starred Review in PW

Publishers Weekly reviews The Living Dead: (Starred Review) "Recently prolific anthologist Adams (Seeds of Change) delivers a superb reprint anthology that runs the gamut of zombie stories. There’s plenty of gore, highlighted by Stephen King’s ‘Home Delivery’ and David Schow’s classic ‘Blossom.’ Less traditional but equally satisfying are Lisa Morton’s ‘Sparks Fly Upward,’ which analyzes […]

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Ray Gun Revival reviews Implied Spaces

Ray Gun Revival reviews Walter Jon Williams’s Implied Spaces: “Implied Spaces is an excellent work by a master of the craft.” [PDF]

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Bibliophile Stalker: The Living Dead is a “must-have”

Bibliophile Stalker has a rave review of The Living Dead: “Right from the very beginning, The Living Dead blew me away and this is easily John Joseph Adams’s best anthology yet. … Quite a must-have book, not just for zombie fans, but for readers who love well-written fiction.”

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SCI FI Weekly on Shadow of the Scorpion

SCI FI Weekly has a review of Neal Asher’s Shadow of the Scorpion, which garnered an A- rating: “A rather grim yet compelling depiction of the oddball hells of future wartime … Not to mention a goodly amount of hip and exciting technological and sociological extrapolation, and many convulsive, propulsive action scenes.”

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Sacramento Book Review debuts with reviews of Night Shade titles

The debut issue of the Sacramento Book Review (which you can pick up for free in the Sacramento area, or download as a PDF) has reviews of a couple Night Shade titles: Implied Spaces by Walter Jon Williams: “Walter Jon Williams is a gifted and prolific writer. Implied Spaces continues his track record of interesting […]

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Zombies!

The Agony Column has a new audio interview with Night Shade editor-in-chief Jeremy Lassen, in which he talks about The Living Dead and zombies as the "liberal nightmare."

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Static Multimedia Interviews Liz Williams

Static Multimedia, which recently posted two rave reviews of the first two installments of Liz Williams’s Detective Inspector Chen series (Snake Agent and The Demon and the City), has just posted an interview with Liz.

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The Living Dead wallpaper now available

The Living Dead wallpaper now available

Download wallpaper for your computer featuring David Palumbo’s cover art for The Living Dead by right-clicking (and “save as”) on the images below, or by visiting our Downloads section: 1024 by 768 (standard 4:3) 1440 by 900 (widescreen)

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Fast Ships, Black Sails is rated “Arrrrr!”

In celebration of International Talk Like a Pirate Day, the GeekDad blog at Wired.com is featuring Fast Ships, Black Sails, Night Shade’s forthcoming pirate anthology, edited by Ann & Jeff VanderMeer. Not only does GeekDad Brad Moon have nice things to say about the collection, calling it “a really compelling read, taking pirates and their […]

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The Latest Batch of Love for Night Shade Books

Book Spot Central (formerly Fantasy Book Spot) has a nice review of The Living Dead: “Standout stories in the collection are difficult to choose because this book contains the best selection of zombie fiction I’ve ever encountered. … A satisfyingly thick volume with excellent variety.” Bibliophile Stalker has an interview with Laird Barron, author of […]

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