Archive | July, 2011

David Agranoff, author of The Vegan Revolution… With Zombies reviews Rudy Rucker's Jim and the Flims

David Agranoff says, ‎”Rucker’s strength is an amazingly bizarro creative imagination that matches his obvious intellect. Unlike many bizarro books Jim and flims finds humor without appealing to the gutter. The prose has a whimsy, that a lot of science fiction lacks, and frankly could use. It reads like a lucid dream, the kind where […]

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Read an interview with Teresa Frohock and win a copy of Miserere: An Autumn Tale.

Teresa Frohock, author or Miserere: An Autumn Tale, has taken part in the Qwillery’s Debut Author Challenge interviews. Head over to the blog to read about her inspiration, writing process and the answers to many more interesting questions. There’s also a chance to win a copy of Teresa’s debut novel, Miserere.

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Habitation of the Blessed : Portland Book Review

Portland Book Review calls Habitation of the Blessed, “A fantastic blend of myth, history and fantasy.” They go on to say, “Catherynne M. Valente has created a lyrical and rhythmic tale that pulls the reader in.” Read the full review on the Portland Book Review website. Habitation of the Blessed is the first book in […]

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"Night Shade returns with another themed anthology to smack you around with a veritable buffet of fantasy choices."

Needcoffee.com says, “Night Shade returns with another themed anthology to smack you around with a veritable buffet of fantasy choices, because this time around the theme du jour is fairy tales and the book in question is Happily Ever After. There’s nothing like a fantasy anthology that will stop a bullet, and this answers that […]

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Coming this September to a Bookstore Near You (if you live in Poland): Wichry Archipelagu

Coming this September to a Bookstore Near You (if you live in Poland): Wichry Archipelagu

Congratulations to Bradley P. Beaulieu, whose Night Shade novel The Winds of Khalakovo will be published in Poland this September as Wichry Archipelagu (Winds of the Archipelago)…

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It's Open Season at Night Shade Books

It’s Open Season at Night Shade Books

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Stina Leicht on the Skiffy and Fanty show.

Of Blood and Honey author, Stina Leicht, joined the Skiffy and Fanty show to talk about her debut novel. Head on over to their website to listen to the full show. Keep an eye out for news regarding Stina’s next novel…

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Grim Reviews: The Book of Cthulhu

The Grim Blogger says, “If you found yourself stranded on a desolate island with just a small library of books by the contributors to this anthology, you might be able to keep your sanity.” Need we say more? The Book of Cthulhu, edited by Ross E. Lockhart is due out in September. If you can’t […]

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Congratulations to Laird Barron!

Night Shade Books would like to congratulate Laird Barron on winning two Shirley Jackson Awards! Mysterium Tremendum (Occultation) received the award for Best Novella and Occultation was chosen as the best Single-Author Collection. Read the full list of winners at the official website.

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Read an interview with Of Blood and Honey author Stina Leicht and win a copy of the book!

Stina Leicht has taken part in The Qwillery’s 2011 Debut Author Challenge Interviews. Head over to The Qwillery blog to read about her debut author writing experience, here’s a sneak peek, “My husband likes to call me a “Method Writer.” That is, I prefer experiencing things before writing about them. Which means I do silly […]

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