Archive | March, 2011

Fantasy Book Critic reviews The Winds of Khalakovo

Fantasy Book Critic’s Robert Thompson reviews Bradley P. Beaulieu’s debut, The Winds of Khalakovo this week, saying…

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Wings of Fire nominated for an Aurealis Award

Love dragons? Wings of Fire, the dragon anthology edited by Jonathan Strahan and Marianne S. Jablon, has been nominated for this year’s Aurealis Award for Best Anthology.

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God's War cover art wins coveted award

David Palumbo’s painting for the cover of Kameron Hurley’s God’s War has won the prestigious Spectrum Gold Medal for Best Cover Art…

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Paul Goat Allen reviews Will McIntosh's Soft Apocalypse, Threatens to Eat the Book if it's Not Nominated for Major Awards

Paul Goat Allen reviews Will McIntosh’s Soft Apocalypse, Threatens to Eat the Book if it’s Not Nominated for Major Awards

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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day With Night Shade Books and Stina Leicht's Of Blood and Honey

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day With Night Shade Books and Stina Leicht's Of Blood and Honey

We’d love to buy you a pint of Guinness this St. Patrick’s Day. But instead, here’s the perfect book to nurse your hangover: An urban fantasy novel set in 1970s Northern Ireland.

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The Los Angeles Times reviews Jon Armstrong's YARN

Ed Park of the Los Angeles Times recently reviewed Jon Armstrong’s Yarn, saying…

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A Review and an Interview

This week, a review of J. M. McDermott’s Never Knew Another and an interview with House of Windows author John Langan…

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A Free Taste of The Winds of Khalakovo

Bradley P. Beaulieu’s debut novel, The Winds of Khalakovo, will be officially landing at retailers (and e-tailers) everywhere on April 1, 2011… Until then, you can get a taste of The Winds of Khalakovo right here, with our fifteen-chapter sample of the novel in ePub and PDF formats.

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A starred review for Agatha H and the Airship City in Publishers Weekly

Phil and Kaja Foglio’s Agatha H and the Airship City has received a coveted starred review in Publishers Weekly…

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More Reviews for The Winds of Khalakovo

Great reviews for Bradley P. Beaulieu’s debut novel, The Winds of Khalakovo, continue to roll in

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