Last month's Releases Publishers Links
Here's a list of what's coming out in the US this month in Science Fiction and Fantasy. If we missed something or you have a title coming out in the future, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
this month is a new hardcover from Allen Steele, Chronospace
along with the paperback release of Oceanspace. Also in paperback is a collection of stories from
SF exploring the bond between fathers and their children, Isaac Asimov’s Father’s Day,
just in time time for, well, Father's Day.
released Child of
Venus by Pamela Sargent in hardcover and trade to complete this author’s
is bringing out the first in a new Military SF series starting with March Upcountry by
David Webber and John Ringo. Also new is The Philosophical Strangler by Eric Flint described as a humorous
Rey Hardcover releases this month include two fantasy novels, Hell
on Earth by Michael Reaves and Acendance:Book
One in the Second Deamonwars Saga by R.A. Salvatore. Of interest to
fans of Military SF should be the trade edition of The
Best Military Science Fiction of the Twentieth Century edited by Harry
Turtledove and Martin Greenberg. It's touted as the definitive collection of
stories of warfare, heroism, and overwhelming odds by an impressive list
of writers including Arthur C. Clarke, Anne McCaffrey, Philip K. Dick,
George R.R. Martin, Joe Halderman, Orson Scott Card and Poul Anderson.
It's a great collection of authors and stories, and thick enough to use as
ablative armor in a pinch.
by Connie Willis is a new hardcover from this publisher this month which
is also releasing in paperback Spider Robinson’s Callanhan’s
Key – the latest installment of the Callahan saga.
of the Vision
by Irene Radford the 3rd b book in the Merlin’s Descendants series is a blend of fantasy and history out
from Daw this month. Stories by two women we know from our mutual
association past and present with the Science Fiction Association of
Bergen County, Pauline Alama and Lucy Cohen Schmeidler are included in the
newly released Sword &
Sorceress XVIII edited by Marion Zimmer Bradley an anthology of 20 new
tales featuring strong, heroic women warriors and wizards.
e-book format imprint which
promises to include special features in many of their editions is
releasing a diverse selection of new titles in May beginning with the
kickoff title in their Terminator
e-book series T2:Infiltrator by S.M. Stirling. Other titles
by Tony Daniel, Sabriel the
first book in Garth Nix’s YA fantasy series and its sequel Lirael, and Madalon the
first book in Jennifer Fallon’s fantasy The
Demon Child Trilogy.
Lee’s Wolf Star is
being released in hardcover while Roc paperback releases include The
Forbidden Land Witches by Kate Forsyth Book 4 in the Celtic inspired
fantasy series and Out of Avalon:
An Anthology of Old Magic & New Myth – 15 stories of magic,
adventure and romance,
new Star Trek inspired novels are out this month from Pocket, Star
Trek Deep Space Nine Avatar Book One and Book
Two by S.D. Perry and Star
Trek: Strange New Worlds IV original fan fiction in the Star
Trek universe edited by Dean Welsey Smith.
out Ernest’s review this month of The
Outpost new from Hugo and Nebula winning author Mike Resnick. Recommended ??
archive interview? Other new hardcover releases from Tor
this month include Cosmonaut Keep by Ken MacLeod, Dance
of Knives by Donna McMahon, Son
of the Shadows a fantasy by Juliet Marillier and The Ring of Five Dragons by Eric Van Lustbader which is purported to
be a mix of Science Fiction and Fantasy and the lead novel of a new
series. Fans of Farscape should enjoy Farscape:
House of Cards by Keith R.A. DeCandido out in paperback this month as
is the fabulous Gene Wolf’s In
Green’s Jungle Book of the Short Sun, Vol 2.
who enjoyed Marion Zimmer
Bradley’s best-selling Mists of
Avalon (1982) will want to check out the prequel
Priestess of Avalon co-authored by Bradley’s friend, fantasy writer
Diana L. Paxson (Bradley died in 1999). Look also for Ballentine/Del Rey’s reissue of
of Avalon scheduled next month.
those interested in classics, Vintage is launching a series of Samuel R.
Delancy re-issues in paperback with Dhalgren,
originally published in 1974. Other
Delancy books will follow in upcoming months.
first novel by Australian author Cecilia Dart-Thornton is making its debut
this month. The Ill-Made Mute, The
Bitterbynde Book 1.
of the Coast www.wizards.com
Gaming and/or Fantasy fans The
Temple of Elemental Evil a Greyhawk Classic by Thomas M. Reidbased on
D&D adventures will be available this month as will The Inheritance a Dragonlance Classic by Nancy Varian Berberick .
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