Archive | February, 2012

Win copies of God's War and Infidel

Want to win a copy of Nebula-nominated novel God’s War by Kameron Hurley and the awesome sequel Infidel? Then head over to Pat’s Fantasy Hotlist. Find all the details here.

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Hitchers: My Book, The Movie

“Will McIntosh is a Hugo award winner and Nebula finalist whose short stories have appeared in Asimov’s (where he won the 2010 Reader’s Award for short story), Strange Horizons, and Science Fiction and Fantasy: Best of the Year, and others. His debut novel, Soft Apocalypse, was published in 2011, and his second novel, Hitchers, has just been released. A New Yorker […]

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Cleveland.com Reviews Two Night Shade Titles

Jane Carver of Waar and The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year Volume 6 have both received fantastic reviews at Cleveland.com. They call Jane Carver of Waar by Nathan Long a, “devilishly entertaining homage to Edgar Rice Burroughs” and said of Jonathan Strahan’s anthology, “To find 2011’s best short stories […] this terrific […]

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SF Signal Reviews Hitchers

“PROS: An exceptional novel with interesting characters thrust into a supernatural event while retaining the intimate connections between all of the characters. CONS: Some elements of the book are slightly under supported, and some details anchor the story in 2011. BOTTOM LINE: A fantastic novel, up there with some of the best books that I’ve […]

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Listen to an Interview with Michael Dempsey at WDYK Maryland radio!

Check out the fantastic interview with Necropolis author Michael Dempsey. He spoke to Amanda Mangan at WDYK radio about Necropolis and getting people reading. Listen the the interview here.

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Coming Soon: The Croning!

“I love me some Laird Barron.  Yes, I know.  How very original.  It’s like saying, “Lovecraft did some good work,” or “Kubrick really knew his way around a camera.”  Barron has garnered awards, accolades, and acclaim by the bushel basket, and all of it has been well deserved.  Hype doesn’t get you very far when […]

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Thirsty Thursday at Bizarro Central

“Bizarro Central is very pleased to announce a new weekly feature: THIRSTY THURSDAY! Every Thursday, beer enthusiast and editor extraordinaire Ross Lockhart will review a craft beer and suggest possible book pairings. ——- A Review of Bigfoot Barleywine Style Ale by Ross Lockhart Feet. Amazing things, aren’t they? They’re a ticklish subject, and it’s true […]

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A Review: Faith

Wired.com’s Geek Dad blog has given Faith by John Love a fantastic review! “I finished up Faith by John Love a few weeks ago — I set aside the book and put off my review so I could ponder just exactly what I had finished reading. And, yes, it’s taken me a few weeks to get […]

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The Little Red Reviewer Interviews John Love

“Thanks for joining us, can you tell us a little more about yourself? What do you do when you’re not writing? I spent most of my working life in the music industry. I was Managing Director of PPL, the world’s largest record industry copyright organisation. When I retired I started doing things in the community […]

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A Review: When We Were Executioners

“The second in J.M. McDermott‘s Dogsland Trilogy (begun by Never Knew Another), When We Were Executioners continues the rather dreamlike telling of the story of Jona and Rachel, two demonspawned lovers trying to hide their existence from a merciless and cruel world. In this vaguely medieval world, the demonspawn nature is corrosive and poisonous to everything around it, […]

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