Archive | November, 2008

Pirate Reviews We’re Thankful For

Several new reviews of Ann & Jeff VanderMeer’s Fast Ships, Black Sails have rolled in: Bibliophile Stalker: “Delivers eighteen stories marked with action, treachery, and a sense of wonder. … If you want pirates and adventure, go grab this anthology.” Romantic Times: “Fast-paced and enthralling.” Adventures in Reading: “A great anthology, one of the year’s […]

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Some Coverage We’re Thankful For

SF Crowsnest and The Alibi chronicle Implied Spaces author Walter Jon Williams’s conversation with a being in outer space. Curled Up with a Good Book reviews The Living Dead: “Do yourselves a favor, run (or, if you are zombies, lurch haltingly) to your favorite book store … and experience the pleasure of an all-out Zombie […]

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Night Shade Books… in Outer Space!

Recently, Night Shade author Walter Jon Williams had an opportunity to talk with the astronauts aboard the International Space Station, as detailed in this article from New Mexico Tech. But while we’re impressed (after all, who of us didn’t want to be an astronaut when growing up?) what really got our attention was this: “Col. […]

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Review Roundup

The Fix reviews Eclipse Two: “I would be surprised if several of these stories weren’t up for major awards next year and included in the Year’s Best lists of recommended reading. Quite rightly, they deserve to be.” Paradox Magazine reviews After the Downfall: “As is always the case, Turtledove can craft a yarn. I was […]

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Arrr! Thar Be Reviews!

The Agony Column reviews Fast Ships, Black Sails: “The VanderMeer’s know how to pick ’em. The genres are as varied as the authors; you’ve got horror, science fiction, slipstream, fantasy, mystery, and yes – Pirate stories. All with one core appeal, one commonality, that all humans share – we want to be masters of own […]

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New Book Trailer + More Free Fiction!

Living Jacket Studios has just completed the book trailer for The Living Dead and has now released it into the wild. It’s embedded over on the anthology’s site, but you can also view it on YouTube. To celebrate the book trailer’s release, we’ve posted the latest (and last) batch of free fiction we’ll be featuring on […]

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Bibliophile Interviews

Bibliophile Stalker has interviews with Night Shade authors Walter Jon Williams (Implied Spaces) and Jay Lake (Trial of Flowers).

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New Living Dead Reviews

A couple new reviews of The Living Dead: SFF World: “To call this volume anything other than must have would be selling it short, the stories range a great number of years and capture many unique voices on one of the seminal images and iconic characters of Horror fiction and is something I know I’ll […]

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The Living Dead & Pump Six named to PW’s “Best of the Year” list

Publishers Weekly has announced their 2008 Best Books of the Year, which includes two titles from Night Shade Books: The Living Dead and Pump Six. Here’s what they said: “The Living Dead, Edited by John Joseph Adams: This superb reprint anthology runs the gamut of zombie stories, with entries by a plethora of renowned and […]

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NIGHT SHADE BOOKS LAUNCHES ON BAEN’S WEBSCRIPTION SERVICE

October 31, 2008—Wake Forest, North Carolina: The inaugural list of Night Shade Books titles is now available on Baen’s e-publishing site, www.webscription.net. “Just in time for Halloween, Night Shade Books launches their inaugural Webscription list with an exciting and broad range of works,” said James Minz, Director of Baen’s expanding Webscription program. “From gritty dark […]

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