You saw it there first

Tue 26 Jan 2010 - Filed under: Not a Journal., , , , | 2 Comments | Posted by: Gavin

kelleyeskridge.comWhere? There!

It’s time we announced some of the books we have lined up for 2010 (and ’11) — we’re going to be hard to keep up, we’re moving so fast, shining so bright. (Now, where are my slippers?)

First up (although not in calendric order): a reprint of Solitaire by fabby writer and editor Kelley Eskridge, a novel we really enjoyed when it first came out which we jumped at the chance to reprint. Who else likes it? One of our favorite people:

Solitaire brilliantly explores…the dubious boundary between ‘virtual reality’ and the act of imagination—all in the ageless story of a bright, risky kid trying to find out who she is and where her freedom lies.”
—Ursula K. Le Guin

and, me!

Solitaire is coming your way in January 2011: a year away—which seems like tomorrow in publishing terms. Better get on that cover and see what Kelley likes!

We’ve just signed up a bunch of books, more later. (It’s time for tea, you know.)


2 Responses to “You saw it there first”

  1. SF Signal on January 27th, 2010 1:32 am

    SF Tidbits for 1/27/10…

    Interviews/ProfilesI Should Be Writing interviews James Enge (podcast).The Agony Column interviews Nancy Etchemendy (podcast).BSC Review interviews Charlie Huston (video).John Scalzi’s The Big Idea: Margaret Ronald.Bob Freeman interviews Maurice Broad…

  2. Neile on January 27th, 2010 6:05 pm

    Hooray! I love Solitaire. It’s a brilliant novel.

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