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The Imago Sequence on the preliminary Stoker Awards ballot

Congratulations to Laird Barron, whose short story collection, The Imago Sequence, has made the preliminary Bram Stoker Awards ballot. The Stokers, which are presented annually by the members of the Horror Writers Association, honor superior achievement in horror literature. HWA members will vote to decide which preliminary nominees make the final ballot. The HWA hasn’t […]

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Balefires artwork by David Palumbo

Balefires artwork by David Palumbo

We’ve changed up the artwork for the upcoming mass market paperback release of David Drake’s Balefires, and David Palumbo has recently turned in the final cover art.

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Science Fiction Friday on WIRED Science

Correlations, the blog of the PBS series WIRED Science, will have an interview with Pump Six author Paolo Bacigalupi this Friday (Jan. 25) as their "Science Fiction Friday" feature. Here’s how the interviewer (and show producer), Damon Gambuto, teases the the conversation: "Tune in Friday for a lively discussion about Paolo’s career, the project of […]

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Fantasy on Grey: “an imaginative debut”

A few new reviews have rolled in: Grey, which was recently named a Philip K. Dick Award finalist, was just reviewed by Fantasy Magazine, which calls it “an imaginative debut novel,” and says that the “fast-paced action, flamboyant characters and teen-angst make [it] an enjoyable read.” The Breathing Corpse blog reviews Strangers on the Heights […]

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Richard Kadrey at Whitechapel

Warren Ellis is featuring a heavily-medicated Richard Kadrey (author of Butcher Bird and “Still Life with Apocalypse” from Wastelands) over at Whitechapel. Richard discusses Butcher Bird, comics, and fetish photography. Key quote: “I’m an American. I like magic, but I like guns, too. Why shouldn’t angels wear steel-toe boots? Why shouldn’t fairies carry knuckledusters? I […]

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The Dragon Page reviews Princes of the Golden Cage (twice!)

The Dragon Page has not one but two new reviews of Nathalie Mallet’s debut novel, The Princes of the Golden Cage. The first, by Brian Brown, sums up the book as “a younger Sherlock Holmes set in the Arabian Nights universe,” and calls it a “nice amalgam” of mystery and epic fantasy. The second, a […]

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Eclipse One at Stainless Steel Droppings

Carl V. over at Stainless Steel Droppings has some nice things to say about Eclipse One: “This book sat on my to-read shelf for all of two days before I began reading it. My intention was to savor the stories, reading one or two at a time in between other novels I was reading. It […]

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Bloggers Praise Snake Agent

Graeme’s Fantasy Book Review has a nice review of Snake Agent by Liz Williams, which he calls “a fascinating look at a near future world where Heaven and Hell are more tangible than they have ever been,” and gives an 8.5 out of 10 rating. Meanwhile, some other bloggers had nice things to say about […]

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Grey on SCI FI Wire…

SCI FI Wire has posted a short interview with Jon Armstrong, the Philip K. Dick Award-nominated author of Grey, wherein Jon discusses teenage rebellion, high-fashion dystopia, and the novel’s twenty-five year gestation period. Well worth a look!

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New Books!

We’ve had a couple of brand-spanking new books show up in the warehouse lately, and we’re really excited about it. The first is Liz Williams’ near-future occult thriller Snake Agent, the first book in the Detective Inspector Chen series, now available in mass market paperback. If you’ve already encountered the John Constantine-meets-Chow Yun-Fat adventures of […]

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