Archive | June, 2010

Paolo Bacigalupi Events in New York

Paolo Bacigalupi, author of the Nebula and Locus Award-winning novel The Windup Girl, will be making several appearances in New York this week. July 1, 7:00pm The New Dystopians McNally Jackson Bookstore (52 Prince St.) Discussion, Reading w/ Scott Westerfeld (Leviathan, Uglies)  & Jon Armstrong (Grey, Yarn) July 3, 5:00am Hour of the Wolf radio […]

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Publishers Weekly gives WINGS OF FIRE a STARRED REVIEW

Love dragons? WINGS OF FIRE, edited by Jonathan Strahan and Marianne S. Jablon, has received a starred review in Publishers Weekly…

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THE WINDUP GIRL by Paolo Bacigalupi wins the Locus Award!

THE WINDUP GIRL by Paolo Bacigalupi has won the Locus Award for Best First Novel. The Locus Awards are presented to winners of Locus Magazine‘s annual readers’ poll, which was established in the early ’70s specifically to provide recommendations and suggestions to Hugo Awards voters. Over the decades the Locus Awards have often drawn more voters than […]

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The Neverending Panel interviews THE LOVING DEAD's Amelia Beamer – [Video]: Amelia talks about her debut novel, The Loving Dead, and what it's like to work as an editor at SF's most prestigious magazine, Locus.

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THE WINDUP GIRL named a finalist for the 2010 John W. Campbell Memorial Award! – Here's a complete list of the finalists: The Year of the Flood, Margaret Atwood (Talese); The Windup Girl, Paolo Bacigalupi (Night Shade); Transition, Iain M. Banks (Orbit); Makers, Cory Doctorow (Tor); Steal Across the Sky, Nancy Kress (Tor); Gardens of […]

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Innsmouth Free Press reviews THE BEST HORROR OF THE YEAR VOL. 2, edited by Ellen Datlow: – "This collection of horror stories is one of the best I’ve read."

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io9 reviews ZENDEGI by Greg Egan: – "Both beautifully written and relentlessly intelligent, Zendegi is like a marvelous, precision-engineered watch. It never sacrifices its thematic content to its science, or it's richly-drawn characters to either, but enmeshes them fully, treating them as the deeply-interconnected pieces of the human experience that they are. Zendegi is highly […]

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Amelia Beamer Talks Zombies, Trader Joes, Nightmares, Writing, and Her Novel The Loving Dead at If You’re Just Joining Us…

Amelia Beamer Talks Zombies, Trader Joes, Nightmares, Writing, and Her Novel The Loving Dead at If You’re Just Joining Us…

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The Best of Kim Stanley Robinson: Final Cover Revealed!

The Best of Kim Stanley Robinson: Final Cover Revealed!

Coming this August, The New York Times best-selling and Hugo and Nebula award-winning author Kim Stanley Robinson delivers a stunning collection of his best short fiction, including the new, never-before-published story, “The Timpanist of the Berlin Philharmonic, 1942.” Here’s a sneak peek at the cover…

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Publishers Weekly reviews THE LOVING DEAD by Amelia Beamer – “Blood, guts, and sex intermingle in this stylish debut … Contemporary touches like a surprisingly useful iPhone app and over-the-top moments of frantically alternating sex and gore make for a sick, funny romp … An entertaining and original take on the zombie apocalypse.” Publishers Weekly […]

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