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Cover reveal: William Hope Hodgson’s The House on the Borderland and Other Mysterious Places!

We’ve got another cover reveal for you, everyone! Today—just over 140 years after the birth of the author—we’re showing off the jacket for Volume Two in the Collected Fiction of William Hope Hodgson: The House on the Borderland and Other Mysterious Places, which collects Hodgson’s mystery and suspense fiction, including those starring the occult detective Thomas Carnacki, and […]

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New Book(s) Announcement: More of the Best Horror from Ellen Datlow!

If you check our website posts regularly (and we hope you all do, ’cause we think they’re fun), you’ll know that we’re huge fans of multiple Hugo-award winning editor Ellen Datlow (@EllenDatlow) and her Best Horror anthologies. So, we couldn’t be more proud to announce that we’ll be working together on at least three more […]

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New Release: More Human Than Human, edited by Neil Clarke!

We’re very excited to celebrate the release week for More Human Than Human, which officially hit shelves this past Tuesday, 11/7. MHTH is our newest themed anthology—this one’s about androids and other humanoid robots—from short fiction editor extraordinaire Neil Clarke (@clarkesworld). You may have seen the book’s front cover floating around, but unless you booked it to the store and already […]

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Guest Post: Stranger Things, the Boys of Summer, and the Long Road Back to the 80s, by Richard Cox

Today—on the date of the premiere of Stranger Things, Season 2—in a special guest post to discuss his book, the show, and the recent wave of 80s nostalgia that bound the two together, we welcome Richard Cox (@coxric), author of last year’s brilliant the Boys of Summer.   Stranger Things, the Boys of Summer, and the Long Road Back to […]

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Cover Reveal: Firewalk, by Chris Roberson, cocreator of iZombie!

Cover Reveal: <i>Firewalk</i>, by Chris Roberson, cocreator of <i>iZombie</i>!

  After its original release in 2016 as a hardcover, the paperback reprint of Firewalk, with a badass new cover design, comes out October 31st, 2017—just in time for Halloween! Equal parts police procedural mystery and cosmic horror novel, Firewalk is full of danger and secrecy, urban decay, California vibes, and ancient mysticism. And who else but the brilliant Chris Roberson (@chris_roberson), New […]

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Cover Reveal (AND EXCERPT!): The Song of All, by Tina LeCount Myers!

We normally try to write something clever and interesting here, but, frankly, if the cover for The Song of All doesn’t get your attention, nothing we can say in this first line will. Seriously, though: A herd of reindeer in the snow? A blood-soaked warrior on a cliff? A towering mountain in the distance? What more can […]

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It’s nearly time for Dave Duncan’s Ironfoot!

It’s nearly time for Dave Duncan’s <i>Ironfoot</i>!

  Exciting news, everyone! Ironfoot, the first book in the new historical fantasy series The Enchanter General, comes out in both hardcover and paperback October 10, 2017, and we want to tell you all about it! (And to show off the epic cover, and to give you a brief excerpt to whet your appetites.) Before we do […]

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Cover Reveal: Doctor Benjamin Franklin’s Dream America

  Buckle up, folks! We’ve got a weird one for you: Doctor Benjamin Franklin’s Dream America: A Novel of the Digital American Revolution, a saddle-punk (that’s right! Not steampunk, not cyberpunk, not silkpunk . . .) alt-history retelling of the American Revolution in which the Founding Fathers and social media mix—as you can tell from the […]

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William Hope Hodgson’s back . . . in paperback!

  Between 2005 and 2007, Night Shade published a five-volume hardcover set collecting all of early twentieth century fantasist William Hope Hodgson’s novels and short fiction. It was a popular release, and some of the volumes eventually sold out of their printings, fetching high resell prices from readers and collectors. We get lots of email inquiries […]

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CLASSIFIED: Documents from MJ-12: Shadows, by Michael J. Martinez

MJ-12: Shadows, the second book in Michael J. Martinez’s superhero spy series, has just published, we thought it was time to open our classified and encrypted files and give you a glimpse of some of the “top secret” documents included in the book. (Full disclosure: Mike wrote about these on his own site a while ago. We just like them so […]

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