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  • Kij Johnson on Tour Mon 21 Aug 2017

    Next month we’ll publish Kij Johnson’s new novel, The River Bank. It is quite the treat, a much-needed break from the contemporary world, with chapter and spot illustrations throughout by Kathleen Jennings. Should you be in one of these places, why not go see her read for yourself! Sept. 12, 7 p.m. Raven Book Store, […]

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  • Welcome to In Other Lands Tue 15 Aug 2017

    Five years ago Sarah Rees Brennan emailed Kelly her story, “Wings in the Morning,” for our anthology Monstrous Affections. It was long: 17,000+ words in that early draft — although Sarah told us the actual first draft had been 30,000 words. . . . The final published version was about 2,500 words shorter than the […]

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  • Locus Says: Mon 14 Aug 2017

    This month’s Locus includes reviews of a four-fingered handful of our books! As well as all the usual good stuff: interviews with John Scalzi and Justina Ireland; reviews by Faren Miller, Gardner Dozois, & more; the Locus Survey results, an SF in Finland report, Kameron Hurley’s column [“Did ‘Being a Writer’ Ever Mean. . . […]

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    Tender

    Sofia Samatar

    “These stories are windows into an impressively deep imagination guided by sensitivity, joyful intellect, and a graceful mastery of language.” — Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

  • Trade Cloth - $16.95

    The Bodies of the Ancients

    Lydia Millet

    “Children, adults, and myriad creatures fight the final battle in a war over climate changey…. relationships are tender. Memorably unusual.”
    Kirkus Reviews

  • Trade Paper - $16

    Best Worst American

    Juan Martinez

    “In his idiosyncratic approach to fiction, Martinez delivers truly new ways to read the world.” — Booklist

  • Trade Paper - $16

    The Chemical Wedding by Christian Rosencreutz

    John Crowley

    “Crowley and his collaborators have successfully mixed together disparate elements to create a strange literary concoction that fizzes with creative energy.”
    — Michael Berry, Portland Press Herald

  • Trade Cloth - $24

    Words Are My Matter

    Ursula K. Le Guin

    “In fact, it was the mainstream that ended up transformed.”
    The New Yorker

  • Trade Paper - $16

    A Natural History of Hell

    Jeffrey Ford

    “Seamlessly blends subtle psychological horror with a mix of literary history, folklore, and SF.”
    Publishers Weekly (starred review)

  • Trade Cloth - $24

    The People in the Castle

    Joan Aiken

    One day a few years from now you’ll be busy with something and these stories will come back to you.

  • Trade Paper - $16
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    The Winged Histories

    Sofia Samatar

    Who wields the pen? A new novel from the award-winning author of A Stranger in Olondria.

  • Trade Paper - $11.95

    You Have Never Been Here

    Mary Rickert

    “Beautiful, descriptive prose enriches tales of ghosts, loss, and regret in this leisurely collection.”— Publishers Weekly

  • Trade Paper - $16

    The Entropy of Bones

    Ayize Jama-Everett

    “Rooted in Chabi’s voice, the story is spare, fierce, and rich.”
    Publishers Weekly (starred review)

  • Trade Paper - $9.95

    Prodigies

    Angélica Gorodischer

    “If you are ready for the experience of Prodigies, it is definitely ready for you.”
    — Carmen Maria Machado, NPR

  • Trade Paper - $16

    Was: a novel

    Geoff Ryman

    “In an era of bright, simple adaptations, Was is different—melancholy, beautiful, and yes, full of heartaches and nightmares.”
    Slate

  • Trade Paper - $16

    The Liminal War

    Ayize Jama-Everett

    “Jama-Everett has a knack for braiding issues of spirituality and race throughout a compelling fantasy landscape.”— Leilani Clark, KQED

  • Trade Paper - $14

    Archivist Wasp

    Nicole Kornher-Stace

    “A ravishing, profane, and bittersweet post-apocalyptic bildungsroman transcends genre into myth.”
    Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

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    Cloud & Ashes: Three Winter’s Tales

    Greer Gilman

    “Sublimely lyrical Jacobeanesque dialect . . . readers who enjoy
    symbolism and allusion will cherish Gilman’s use of diverse folkloric elements to create an unforgettable realm and ideology.” —Publishers Weekly

  • Trade Paper - $11.95

    Young Woman in a Garden: Stories

    Delia Sherman

    “Lightly flecked with fantasy and anchored in vividly detailed settings.” — Publishers Weekly Best Books of the Year

  • Trade Paper - $9.95

    Prophecies, Libels, and Dreams: Stories

    Ysabeau S. Wilce

    “Califa: riotous carnival world of soldiers, drunks and magick.”— Kirkus Reviews

  • Trade Paper - $10

    Exit, Pursued By a Bear

    Greer Gilman

    Ben Jonson has written the part of a lifetime for the Prince of Wales: he will play Oberon, the King of Faerie. It’s only theater. What could go wrong?

  • Trade Paper - $11.95

    Sherwood Nation

    Benjamin Parzybok

    It was morning and the power was not yet on. Zach and Renee lay in the heat of the bed listening to the city wake outside the building’s windows.

  • Trade Cloth - $22.00

    Monstrous Affections

    Kelly Link & Gavin J. Grant, Editors

    World Fantasy Award winner

  • Trade Paper - $16

    Earth Logic

    Laurie J. Marks

    “Glows with intelligence . . . though not for the faint of heart.”
    Booklist (starred review)

  • Trade Paper - $11.95

    A Summer in the Twenties

    Peter Dickinson

    A young man has to choose who to love, who to leave in the 1926 General Strike in Britain.

  • Other Worlds, Better Lives: Selected Long Fiction, 1989-2003

    Howard Waldrop

    “Waldrop is probably the single most remarkable writer I know of who non-genre readers remain largely unfamiliar with.”—William Gibson

  • Things Will Never Be the Same: A Howard Waldrop Reader: Selected Short Fiction 1980-2005

    Howard Waldrop

    “Howard Waldrop is the Studebaker Golden Hawk of genre fiction, a classic of structure and design. His unique stories autopsy the entrails of our eccentric past and reveal, often in oracular fashion, insanities to come.” — Lucius Shepard


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