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A brief production update.

A brief production update.

This week, three books are hitting the Night Shade warehouse: The trade paperback of Laird Barron’s The Imago Sequence and Other Stories, along with new printings of Wastelands (fifth printing) and The Living Dead (third printing). On April 10, Seamus Cooper’s Mall of Cthulhu will be arriving, as will Bar None, Tim Lebbon’s novel of […]

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They’re coming…

We know, lots of books that were scheduled to be released last year are late. We’re read your e-mails, and yeah, we’re kind of bummed about it too. The good news is that they’re still coming. Really! We’ve spent the last few weeks figuring out the fastest way to get all these books (right along […]

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More Best of the Year Lists

Asking the Wrong Questions names Paolo Bacigalupi’s Pump Six one of the best books of the year: “Joining the small but elite ranks of utterly essential genre short story collections, Pump Six is a retrospective of a career that has, in the span of less than a decade, established Bacigalupi as one of the most […]

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The Cat’s out of the bag…

As forums member Blue_tyson noticed earlier tonight, the Night Shade Halloween 2008 bundle just went live over at Baen Books’ WebScription.net. That’s right, e-book versions of several Night Shade titles, including Glen Cook’s A Cruel Wind, Walter Jon Williams’ Implied Spaces, S. M. Stirling’s Ice, Iron and Gold, and not one, not two, but three […]

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Monsters & Critics reviews Shadow Pavilion

Monsters & Critics reviews The Shadow Pavilion by Liz Williams: "Williams combines humor, compelling characters, myth and intricate storylines to create a fresh paranormal world where just about anything can and does happen. Although this is well into the series, it is not so involved with past events that newcomers can’t pick it up and […]

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