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Subterranean Press Launches on Baen's Webscription Service
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Date: 30 October 2007

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"Just in time for Halloween, Subterranean Press launches their inaugural Webscription list with an exciting and broad range of works," said James Minz, Senior Editor with Baen Books, and coordinator of Baen's expanding Webscription program. "From tales of terror and suspense to classic SF from a genre master to whatever you want to call Joe Lansdale's vibrant and crazy tales of adventure, there's something here for everyone. We even have a couple of very special advance edition eARCs whose print editions won't be available until early 2008."

William Schafer, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Subterranean Press, added, "We're more than a little pleased to join the 21st century, and give readers even more options, and more reasons, to discover Subterranean Press."

The list of titles includes:

    New Amsterdam by Elizabeth Bear
    D*U*C*K by Poppy Z. Brite
    Alabaster by Caitlin R. Kiernan
    Flaming London by Joe R. Lansdale
    Dreadful Skin by Cherie Priest
    In the Beginning by Robert Silverberg

    The Voyage of the Proteus by Thomas M. Disch (eARC)
    The Other Teddy Roosevelts by Mike Resnick (eARC)

For further information about individual titles, please visit: www.webscription.net

Subterranean Press is widely considered to be among the finest independent publishers of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. Baen Books has been at the forefront of the electronic book business from its earliest inception, offering a wide variety of titles in multiple e-book formats, with innovative marketing programs such as eARCs, multi-title bundling and webscriptions.

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