Sale: 50% off all in-stock and forthcoming Night Shade titles

It’s that time of year again, sale time at Night Shade Books. We’ve got a lot of big new titles coming in, and we need to clear space in a big way (and pay off a few print bills)! So for the next two weeks, from Monday, January 10 until midnight on Sunday, January 23, we’re offering 50% off all in-stock and forthcoming* Night Shade books, with a four book minimum order. Just use the coupon code 50NSB2011 at checkout, and we’ll do the rest!

And speaking of forthcoming books, just take a look at what we’ve got coming this year:

January saw the release of John Joseph Adams’ Brave New Worlds, an anthology of dystopian fiction that has already been called “stunning,” “relevant,” and “important,” and the trade paperback release of Kim Stanley Robinson’s The Best of Kim Stanley Robinson. January also saw the release of Phil and Kaja Foglio’s Agatha H and the Airship City, a Girl Genius novel. Agatha H has already sold out in first edition hardcover, but a second printing hardcover is coming at the end of February, and a trade paperback is coming in August.

In February, we have a pair of debut novels: Stina Leicht’s Irish urban fantasy, Of Blood and Honey, and Kameron Hurley’s bugpunk odyssey, God’s War, along with the first entry in a new series from J. M. McDermott, Never Knew Another. March brings Jonathan Strahan’s The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume Five, along with Katy Stauber’s over-the-top biopunk adventure, Revolution World, and the latest novel from the author of The Death of the Necromancer, Martha Wells’ The Cloud Roads.

April brings Bradley P. Beaulieu’s The Winds of Khalakovo, a sweeping epic fantasy; Hugo Award-winner Will McIntosh’s Soft Apocalypse; and a reprint of Glen Cook’s thrilling A Matter of Time. In May, we’ve got Michael Swanwick’s novel of far-future confidence tricksters Darger and Surplus, Dancing with Bears; Jonathan Strahan’s Eclipse Four; and the trade paperback of Greg Egan’s Zendegi. June brings Rudy Rucker’s Jim and the Flims; John Klima’s Happily Ever After (Fairy tales, retold!); and Ellen Datlow’s The Best Horror of the Year, Volume Three.

In July, we’ve got the first volume in a new series by Greg Egan, The Clockwork Rocket: Orthogonal Volume One, and two debuts, Teresa Frohock’s tale of knights and fallen angels determined to storm Heaven, Miserere: An Autumn Tale, and Jonathan Wood’s No Hero, a cop-versus-tentacled horrors novel that dares to ask the question, “What would Kurt Russell do?” August brings the aforementioned trade paperback of Phil and Kaja Foglio’s Agatha H and the Airship City, along with two debuts, Courtney Schafer’s The Whitefire Crossing, a mountain-climbing adventure with necromancers, and John Hornor Jacobs’ Southern Gods, in which Lovecraftian horror meets the blues.

Speaking of Lovecraftian horror, September brings John Joseph Adams’ The Book of Cthulhu (an anthology of the best of the last 30 years of Cthulhu Mythos short fiction), along with Thomas Roche’s noir-styled, military-themed zombie novel, The Panama Laugh. October marks the return of esteemed author Harrison Geillor, The Twilight of Lake Woebegotten, and the second volume in Michael A. Stackpole’s Crown Colonies series, Of Limited Loyalty. November sees the second volume in Catherynne M. Valente’s Prester John series, The Folded World. And December brings Agatha H. and the Clockwork Princess, the second volume of Phil and Kaja Foglio’s Girl Genius novels, along with the trade paperback release of Fritz Leiber: Selected Stories, and Kameron Hurley’s sequel to God’s War: Infidel.

Order up, so that we can keep bringing you the best in SF, Fantasy and Horror! Once again, just enter the coupon code 50NSB2011 at checkout, and we’ll take 50% off your order of any four or more Night Shade Books!


* Preorders will ship as published. Estimated publication dates are subject to change.