Archive | September, 2010

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Time Magazine critic Lev Grossman asks Paolo Bacigalupi (THE WINDUP GIRL) how the hell to pronounce his name and other interesting questions – The things that have really gotten confusing to me is how you balance the desires of your publishers to produce things on a schedule, and people are always sort of giving you […]

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Library Journal reviews THE BEST OF KIM STANLEY ROBINSON: – "Robinson's many fans will enjoy the gems in this thought-provoking and entertaining anthology." The Mad Hatter's Bookshelf reviews THE LOVING DEAD by Amelia Beamer: – "[A] fiendish page turning debut." The Mad Hatter's Bookshelf interviews THE LOVING DEAD's Amelia Beamer: – "I wanted to write […]

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Tangent Online reviews WINGS OF FIRE edited by Jonathan Strahan: – "Anyone who likes dragons – and even those who don’t – could not find a better collection of dragon stories anywhere. Period. Buy Wings of Fire. Read it. You won’t be disappointed."

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Tor.com features a short essay by Harrison Geillor about ZOMBIES OF LAKE WOEBEGOTTEN: – "When the opportunity to write a book about small-town zombies popped up (not unlike a pocket gopher sticking its head out of a hole in the ground: never quite expected, but not that strange, really, when you think about it) I […]

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Fandomania reviews THE ZOMBIES OF LAKE WOEBEGOTTEN by Harrison Geillor – "The Zombies of Lake Woebegotten is a well-constructed novel that offers a tongue-in-cheek, solid and fast read. … A humorous, yet creepy portrayal of the type of paranoia that could envelop a small, isolated community like Lake Woebegotten when the comfort and safety provided […]

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Coming in January: Brave New Worlds

Coming in January: Brave New Worlds

John Joseph Adams’ dystopian anthology Brave New Worlds is coming in January. Here’s a sneak peek at the cover (art and design by Cody Tilson): YOU ARE BEING WATCHED. In his smash-hit anthologies Wastelands and The Living Dead, acclaimed editor John Joseph Adams showed you what happens when society is utterly wiped away. Now he […]

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Ray Gun Reviews reviews MOON FLIGHTS by Elizabeth Moon – "I encourage all lovers of good stories to check out Elizabeth Moon’s Moon Flight. The stories show a good writer who has only become better over time. I look forward to reading much more from Ms. Moon’s pen." On Twitter, Barnes & Noble critic Paul […]

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Win a Zombie Prize Pack Valued at More Than $500, including a copy of THE LIVING DEAD 2!

Win a Zombie Prize Pack Valued at More Than $500, including a copy of THE LIVING DEAD 2!

Our friends over at Tor.com are celebrating all things zombie this week, all week long. One of the ways they’re celebrating is with a “Name-that-Zombie Caption Contest” in which you can win copies of The Living Dead & The Living Dead 2 edited by John Joseph Adams, The Loving Dead by Amelia Beamer, and Zombies […]

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Tor.com reviews THE ZOMBIES OF LAKE WOEBEGOTTEN by Harrison Geillor – "Enough laugh-out-loud moments and nostalgic references to make the book pretty much fun, more or less, overall."

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Realms of Fantasy reviews THE LOVING DEAD by Amelia Beamer – "Beamer’s version of zombiehood is still about eating brains—and just about any other portion of the human anatomy—but she foregrounds what has, until now, mostly been the erotic subtext of the genre. … Beamer’s zombies hunger for us—and we lust for them. It’s the […]

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