Archive | February, 2010

io9’s Book Club on THE WINDUP GIRL and Q&A with Paolo Bacigalupi

SF blog io9 is currently featuring Paolo Bacigalupi’s novel The Windup Girl as their book club pick for February. If you haven’t already, be sure to pop over and offer up your thoughts about the book and discuss it with the other readers. Also, if you have any questions for Paolo about The Windup Girl […]

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Fritz Leiber: Selected Stories is off to the printer

Fritz Leiber: Selected Stories is off to the printer

Fritz Leiber: Selected Stories is off to the printer…

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THE WINDUP GIRL is a finalist for the Nebula Award!

It’s been receiving critical-acclaim left and right ever since it came out, and now The Windup Girl by Paolo Bacigalupi has been named as a finalist for the Nebula Award–one of the most prestigious honors in all of science fiction/fantasy. Paolo’s story, “The Gambler,” which appeared in Lou Anders’ anthology Fast Forward 2, was also […]

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Night Shade News & Notes

Fandomania reviews THE IMPROBABLE ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES: – "A fine collection… Newcomers to Sherlock Holmes likely will find something to enjoy in The Improbable Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, but I think longtime fans of the writing of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle will get a lot more out of the book. They get to see […]

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Night Shade ebooks: DRM-Free, only $6.00

While other ebook retailers are battling over ebook pricing and DRM, we here at Night Shade Books thought it might be a good time to point out that you can purchase DRM-free, multi-format ebooks of most Night Shade Books titles from our ebook store on Baen Webscriptions–for just $6.00 each!

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Night Shade News & Notes

School Library Journal reviews THE BEST HORROR OF THE YEAR, VOL. 1 edited by Ellen Datlow: – "This collection is not to be missed." The SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER reviews HOUSE OF WINDOWS by John Langan: – "House of Windows is a remarkably engaging synthesis of the themes of Charles Dickens, ubiquitous tales of terror such as […]

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