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Sneak Preview: Walter Jon Williams’s THE GREEN LEOPARD PLAGUE AND OTHER STORIES

Sneak Preview: Walter Jon Williams’s THE GREEN LEOPARD PLAGUE   AND OTHER STORIES

Few authors have matched the versatility and stylishness of Walter Jon Williams. His genre-defining novels have received wide critical acclaim and captured the rapt attention of fans worldwide. He has been nominated for every major SF award.

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Year-End-Roundup Love for Implied Spaces

Over at The Green Man Review, they’re naming their Best of 2008 Picks, supplied by writers and critics. Here’s what Tobias S. Buckell said: “My favorite SF novel for 2008 was Walter Jon Williams’ novel Implied Spaces, which one blurb called the first ‘sword and singularity novel.’ It’s a high octane adventure packed with high […]

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Locus Recommended Reading

Locus has announced their 2008 Recommended Reading list. The following Night Shade Books made the cut. Incandescence, Greg Egan (Gollancz, Night Shade) Implied Spaces, Walter Jon Williams (Night Shade Books) How to Make Friends with Demons, Graham Joyce (Night Shade Books) Pump Six, Paolo Bacigalupi (Night Shade Books) Eclipse Two, Jonathan Strahan, ed. (Night Shade […]

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Some Coverage We’re Thankful For

SF Crowsnest and The Alibi chronicle Implied Spaces author Walter Jon Williams’s conversation with a being in outer space. Curled Up with a Good Book reviews The Living Dead: “Do yourselves a favor, run (or, if you are zombies, lurch haltingly) to your favorite book store … and experience the pleasure of an all-out Zombie […]

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Night Shade Books… in Outer Space!

Recently, Night Shade author Walter Jon Williams had an opportunity to talk with the astronauts aboard the International Space Station, as detailed in this article from New Mexico Tech. But while we’re impressed (after all, who of us didn’t want to be an astronaut when growing up?) what really got our attention was this: “Col. […]

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Bibliophile Interviews

Bibliophile Stalker has interviews with Night Shade authors Walter Jon Williams (Implied Spaces) and Jay Lake (Trial of Flowers).

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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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Ray Gun Revival reviews Implied Spaces

Ray Gun Revival reviews Walter Jon Williams’s Implied Spaces: “Implied Spaces is an excellent work by a master of the craft.” [PDF]

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Sacramento Book Review debuts with reviews of Night Shade titles

The debut issue of the Sacramento Book Review (which you can pick up for free in the Sacramento area, or download as a PDF) has reviews of a couple Night Shade titles: Implied Spaces by Walter Jon Williams: “Walter Jon Williams is a gifted and prolific writer. Implied Spaces continues his track record of interesting […]

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Locus Review, New & Notables

The September issue of Locus Magazine has a nice review of The Shadow Pavilion by Liz Williams: “Williams comes up with a wonderfully devious version of the happy ending.” Also of interest: Implied Spaces by Walter Jon Williams and Incandescence by Greg Egan are both included in the “New & Notable” roundup.

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