Ten years of Tor.com short fiction in Irene Gallo’s anthology Worlds Seen in Passing, J.R.R. Tolkien’s unfinished The Fall of Gondolin, Stephen King & Ben Vincent’s anthology Flight or Fright, and new titles by Stephen Aryan, Larry Correia, Jaine Fenn, Sean Grigsby, Peter F. Hamilton, Nick Mamatas, Michael J. Martinez, Jack McDevitt, Seanan McGuire, Patrick Ness & Rovina Cai, Tim Pratt, Justina Robson, Greg van Eekhout, Steve ...Read MoreRead more
The Locus Selected Books by Author list has been updated on our Forthcoming Books page, with information from the September 2018 issue covering upcoming titles from genre houses slated through June 2019. Find out about your favorite authors upcoming books!
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Rachel Armstrong, Origamy (NewCon Press 4/18) Science taken to extremes – with a hint of Italo Calvino – infuses this fascinating and thoroughly unconventional tale of Mobius, an adolescent being forced by an accident to re-learn the art of weaving spacetime, during which she uncovers something that threatens the fabric of the universe. “Origamy is larded thickly with real science – albeit speculatively extended along semi-gonzo vectors – it’s delivered ...Read MoreRead more
Cixin Liu’s Ball Lightening, collections by Michael Bishop and F. Brett Cox, Karl Schroeder’s The Million, and other titles by Cathy Clamp, S.K. Dunstall, Catherine Egan, Alan Dean Foster, Jon Hollins, Marina J. Lostetter, Ling Ma, Abbey Mei Otis, Jason Ridler, Lawrence M. Schoen, and Francesco Verso ...Read MoreRead more
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month 1) Head On, John Scalzi (Tor) 2 1 2) Noir, Christopher Moore (Morrow) 2 2 3) King of Ashes, Raymond E. Feist (Harper Voyager US) 1 – 4) Artificial Condition, Martha Wells (Tor.com Publishing) 1 – 5) Persepolis Rising, James S.A. Corey (Orbit) 5 8 6) Space Opera, Catherynne M. Valente (Saga) 2 4 7) The Poppy War, R.F. Kuang (Harper Voyager US) 1 ...Read More
Tim Powers’ novel Alternate Routes, Jo Walton’s An Informal History of the Hugos: A Personal Look Back at the Hugo Awards, 1953-2000, Martha Wells’ Rogue Protocol, Nebula Awards Showcase 2018 edited by Jane Yolen, and other titles by RJ Barker, John Dixon, Nicky Drayden, L. Timmel Duchamp, V.M. Escalada, Rachel Fellman, Eric Flint, Laurell K. Hamilton, Mercedes Lackey et al, Gerson Lodi-Ribeiro, Dale Lucas, Ari Marmell, Mary ...Read MoreRead more
Rich Horton’s The Year’s Best Science Fiction & Fantasy: 2018 Edition, JY Yang’s The Descent of Monsters, Catherynne M. Valente’s The Future Is Blue, and titles by Brenda Cooper, Cornelia Funke, David D. Levine, Michael Mammay, Claire O’Dell, Vivan Shaw, and Adrian Tchaikovsky. ...Read MoreRead more
Michael Blumlein, All I Ever Dreamed (Valancourt 5/18) Blumlein’s latest collection offers 18 varied stories from 1993-2016, with notes on each by the author, who stretches the boundaries of SF, fantasy, and horror, frequently using his knowledge of medicine to address the possibilities and consequences of new biological technology.
Lara Elena Donnelly, Armistice (Tor 5/18) Glamorous film stars, revolutionaries, and spies mix in a lush tropical country on the ...Read MoreRead more
Maria Dahvana Headley’s The Mere Wife, Seanan McGuire’s The Girl in the Green Silk Gown, Adrian Tchaikovsky’s The Expert System’s Brother, and titles by Ann Aguirre, Gail Carriger, B. Caitling, Delilah S. Dawson & Kevin Hearne, Sebastien de Castell, Jason Denzel, Craig DiLouie, Alan Dean Foster, Kathleen O’Neal Gear, Chadwick Ginther, Kameron Hurley, A. Lee Martinez, Nick Setchfield, Emily Skrutskie, Melinda Snodgrass, and Carrie Vaughn ...Read MoreRead more
Naomi Novik’s Spinning Silver, Jonathan Strahan’s Infinity’s End, Neil Clarke’s The Final Frontier, and titles by Taylor Anderson, Mike Carey, Adam Christopher, Ruthanna Emrys, Theodora Goss, Rachel Heng, Nicole Kornher-Stace, Kim Liggett, Thea Lim, Zachary Mason, Jay Schiffman, John Schoffstall, Kiersten White, and Rio Youers. ...Read MoreRead more
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month 1) Head On, John Scalzi (Tor) 1 – 2) Noir, Christopher Moore (Morrow) 1 – 3) Oathbringer, Brandon Sanderson (Tor) 6 4 4) Space Opera, Catherynne M. Valente (Saga) 1 – 5) The Power, Naomi Alderman (Little, Brown) 6 6 6) Scourged, Kevin Hearne (Del Rey) 1 – 7) Burn Bright, Patricia Briggs (Ace) 2 1 8) Persepolis Rising, James S.A. Corey (Orbit) ...Read More
Stephen King’s The Outsider remains in the top 5 on the four print lists compiled here.
Meanwhile, Scholastic/Arthur A. Levine has issued 20th-anniversary editions of the seven Harry Potter books, with new covers by Brian Selznick; two of them rank on the Publishers Weekly children’s list this week. ...Read MoreRead more
Gardner Dozois’ The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Thirty-fifth Annual Collection, Jeff VanderMeer’s revised Wonderbook: The Illustrated Guide to Creating Imaginative Fiction, Francesco Dimitri’s The Book of Hidden Things, Mary Robinette Kowal’s The Calculating Stars, and titles by T.J. Berry, Rachel Caine, Larry Correia & John Ringo, Kurt Fawver, Kim Foster, Sam Hawke, Benedict Jacka, Sarah Kuhn, Christopher Ruocchio, Anthony Ryan, S.M. Stirling, Michael J. Sullivan, Michael ...Read MoreRead more