Posts Tagged: Promotional

SpecFic 2012: Cover Reveal and Details

Last year, I began a partnership with Jared Shurin, co-owner/editor of Pandemonium Fiction, to release an anthology titled Speculative Fiction 2012, The Years Best Online Reviews, Essays and Commentary, with proceeds to be donated to charity. Our goal, if any such thing can be claimed, is to create a record of all the incredibly rich content being… Read more »

Subterranean Press Magazine: SUMMER 2012

Subterranean Magazine has just published their summer issue including novellas from K.J. Parker, Ian R. MacLeod, Mike Resnick, and Robert Jackson Bennett. I’m a huge fan of both Parker and Bennett whose novellas are titled Let Maps to Others and To Be Read Upon Your Waking, respectively. Parker’s story is first person, about a scholar searching… Read more »

Upcoming Tor Releases – Fall/Winter

Now that we’re at the halfway mark for the year, I thought it would appropriate to point out all the novels coming out from August-December that strike my fancy. I’ll be breaking my posts down by publisher. Below are the novels coming this Fall and Winter from Tor that will be must reads for me. The… Read more »

Upcoming Ace/Roc, DAW Releases – Fall/Winter

Now that we’re at the halfway mark for the year, I thought it would appropriate to point out all the novels coming out from August-December that strike my fancy. I’ll be breaking my posts down by publisher. Below are the novels coming this Fall and Winter from Ace/Roc and DAW that will be must reads for… Read more »

Upcoming Orbit Titles – Fall/Winter 2012

Below are the novels coming this Fall and Winter that I think are must reads. The truth is, I can’t read them all so I’m looking forward to seeing what interests you. I’m not going to mention Joe Abercrombie’s Red Country and Brent Weeks’s The Blinding Knife because they fall into the no-shit category. I want… Read more »

Cover Announced for Joe Abercrombie’s Red Country

I’m a little confused. It’s a strong cover and it certainly communicates Joe Abercrombie’s style. But, it’s a real departure from the previous Orbit hardcover releases (as seen below). Instead, Orbit has opted to continue with the style from the trade paperback releases. Why? I’m sure the reasons are some combination of: the trade covers… Read more »