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  • September 18, 2014 Thu 18 Sep 2014

    Very interested in seeing what happens today in Scotland’s  independence referendum! The polls close at 10pm in Scotland (in 5 hours time), giving the 97% of registered voters plenty of time to get to the polls, and then to have some fun before the results are announced. The count isn’t expected until something like 7 […]

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  • Sherwood Nation cometh! Tue 9 Sep 2014

    (Maybe it arriveth?) I read a great author interview yesterday — although it’s a bit weird to write that when the author speaks nicely about Small Beer, so skip that part and read the great stuff about The Joy of Cooking, Scrivener, measuring a book’s worth by its weight, and more with Ben Parzybok and […]

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  • Wildcrafted Cider Fri 5 Sep 2014

    (Or, How to Drink Well After the End) Herein will I tell how I made really delicious alcoholic cider using only time, sweat, $2 worth of yeast, $18 worth of rented local cider mill, and a small mountain of fruit I wild-harvested entirely within biking distance of my house in Southeastern Michigan in the fall […]

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  • Trade Paper - $16

    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

  • Trade Paper - $16

    Questionable Practices

    Eileen Gunn

    “Combines humor and compassion in 17 short, intricate gems.”
    Publishers Weekly (starred review)

  • Trade Paper - $12

    Emma Tupper’s Diary

    Peter Dickinson

    “Loch Ness’s claims pale beside the super-exciting discovery made by Emma . . Expert mystification, the tender conscience and burning courage of the young, tantalising details, make this a compelling tall story.”
    Sunday Times

  • Trade Paper - $16

    Fire Logic

    Laurie J. Marks

    Elemental Logic: Book 1
    Spectrum Award winner
    Romantic Times Reviewers Choice award nominee

  • Trade Paper - $16

    Tyrannia and Other Renditions

    Alan DeNiro

    “DeNiro has already garnered a reputation as a genre-bending experimental author with an indescribably quirky but captivating prose style.”—Carl Hays, Booklist

  • Trade Cloth - $24

    Horse of a Different Color

    Howard Waldrop

    “The most startling, original, and entertaining short story writer in science fiction today.”
    —George R. R. Martin

  • 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

    Spider in a Tree

    Susan Stinson

    “The beautifully evoked sense of lives lived under the eye, not only of prying neighbors, but of God, with all the terror and possibility that entailed.”—Publishers Weekly

  • Trade Paper - $10

    Cry Murder! in a Small Voice

    Greer Gilman

    Published in saddle-stitched and ebook editions.

  • Trade Paper - $16

    The Poison Oracle

    Peter Dickinson

    “I think Peter Dickinson is hands down the best stylist as a writer and the most interesting storyteller in my genre.”
    —Sara Paretsky, author of Breakdown

  • Trade Paper - $16
    Trade Cloth - $24

    North American Lake Monsters

    Nathan Ballingrud

    “Raymond Carver territory, beautifully written and right on target for today.”
    —Maureen F. McHugh (After the Apocalypse)

  • Trade Paper - $16

    Death of a Unicorn

    Peter Dickinson

    “Mr. Dickinson has a nice dry wit and a talent for deft characterization.”
    New York Times

  • Trade Paper - $16
    Trade Cloth - $24

    A Stranger in Olondria

    Sofia Samatar

    “Samatar’s sensual descriptions create a rich, strange landscape, allowing a lavish adventure to unfold that is haunting and unforgettable.”
    Library Journal (*starred review*)

  • Trade Paper - $16.00

    Trafalgar

    Angélica Gorodischer Translated by Amalia Gladhart.

    ” I found it delightful. Thought-provoking. Impressive. Brilliant.”
    —Liz Bourke, Tor.com

  • Trade Cloth - $24.00
    Limited Edition - $48

    The Unreal and the Real: Where on Earth

    Ursula K. Le Guin

    “There is no better spirit in all of American letters than that of Ursula Le Guin.”
    Slate

  • Trade Cloth - $24
    Limited Edition - $48

    The Unreal and the Real: Outer Space, Inner Lands

    Ursula K. Le Guin

    “Her stories will pass into legend, to touch many generations to come.”
    The Guardian

  • Trade Paper - $16

    Errantry: Strange Stories

    Elizabeth Hand

    “Each phrase and each sentence carefully shaped and laid in place to create the singular diadem that is a Hand story.”
    Romantic Times Book Review

  • Trade Paper - $14.95
    Trade Cloth - $17.95

    Earth and Air

    Peter Dickinson

    “These six new stories are provocative in both variety and ideas. . . . and with Dickinson’s usual command of imaginative imagery and beautifully tooled language, this is a fitting capstone to the series.”—Horn Book

  • Trade Cloth - $16.95

    The Shimmers in The Night

    Lydia Millet

    The Shimmers in the Night is the second thrilling novel in the Dissenters series following The Fires Beneath the Sea.

  • Trade Paper - $16

    At the Mouth of the River of Bees

    Kij Johnson

    “Johnson’s long-awaited first collection is full of thought-provoking and often emotionally wrenching stories that traverse the spectrum of speculative fiction.”—Publishers Weekly, Best Books of 2012

  • Trade Paper - $16
    Trade Cloth - $24

    Under the Poppy

    Kathe Koja

    Now available in paperback. Gaylactic Spectrum Award winner. Longlisted for the IMPAC Award.

  • Trade Paper - $12
    Trade Cloth - $16.95

    The Fires Beneath the Sea

    Lydia Millet

    Includes a sneak preview of the second book in the Dissenters series, The Shimmers in the Night.


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