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  • Brattleboro, here we come! Thu 16 Oct 2014

    San Francisco, so lucky to have not one but at least FIVE Burmese restaurants. That shows there are a lot of smart people in that city because the food is fab. If, like me, there are no Burmese restaurants near you, please hie yourself to Yoma Boston’s site and order some tea salad. Yumtastic. Why […]

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  • North American Lake Monsters: 2nd printing Fri 3 Oct 2014

    Good news: the printer is about to ship us the second printing of the paperback Nathan Ballingrud’s Shirley Jackson award winning debut collection North American Lake Monsters. And: the hardcover is about to be declared out of print, so get it while you can. We will have some here for a little while longer and are […]

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  • Wednesday is the new Monday? Wed 1 Oct 2014

    Holy bananas, Batman. Days go by, books explode out into the world (hello Gwenda!), leaves FALL FROM TREES, eek! Did you hear Molly Gloss has a book out at the end of this month? I read it this week on my sickbed and it is so FABULOUS. It’s called Falling From Horses and you can […]

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    Earth Logic

    Laurie J. Marks

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

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    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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    Questionable Practices

    Eileen Gunn

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

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    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

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    Fire Logic

    Laurie J. Marks

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

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    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

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    Horse of a Different Color

    Howard Waldrop

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

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    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

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    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

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    Cry Murder! in a Small Voice

    Greer Gilman

    Published in saddle-stitched and ebook editions.

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    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

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    North American Lake Monsters

    Nathan Ballingrud

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

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    Death of a Unicorn

    Peter Dickinson

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

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    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*)

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    Trafalgar

    Angélica Gorodischer Translated by Amalia Gladhart.

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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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.

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    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

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    Under the Poppy

    Kathe Koja

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


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