Archive | February, 2009

They’re coming…

We know, lots of books that were scheduled to be released last year are late. We’re read your e-mails, and yeah, we’re kind of bummed about it too. The good news is that they’re still coming. Really! We’ve spent the last few weeks figuring out the fastest way to get all these books (right along […]

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Review Roundup

Static Multimedia reviews Eclipse Two, giving it 3/4 stars: “This collection celebrates the short story. … While a novel lets you dive into another person’s imagination and watch a story slowly unfold before you, a short story collection is a kind of sampler platter, allowing you to bounce from idea to idea so quickly you […]

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Year-End-Roundup Love for Implied Spaces

Over at The Green Man Review, they’re naming their Best of 2008 Picks, supplied by writers and critics. Here’s what Tobias S. Buckell said: “My favorite SF novel for 2008 was Walter Jon Williams’ novel Implied Spaces, which one blurb called the first ‘sword and singularity novel.’ It’s a high octane adventure packed with high […]

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Locus Recommended Reading

Locus has announced their 2008 Recommended Reading list. The following Night Shade Books made the cut. Incandescence, Greg Egan (Gollancz, Night Shade) Implied Spaces, Walter Jon Williams (Night Shade Books) How to Make Friends with Demons, Graham Joyce (Night Shade Books) Pump Six, Paolo Bacigalupi (Night Shade Books) Eclipse Two, Jonathan Strahan, ed. (Night Shade […]

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