New titles this week are by Joe Abercrombie, Mike Ashley, L.X. Beckett, Miles Cameron, Shaun Hamill, Lisa Kröger & Melanie R. Anderson, Marie O’Regan & Paul Kane, Félix J. Palma, Valerie Valdes, Scott Westerfeld, Jin Yong, and Joe Zieja. ...Read MoreRead more
The Locus Selected Books by Author list has been updated on our Forthcoming Books page, with information from the September 2019 issue covering upcoming titles from genre houses slated through June 2020. Find out about your favorite authors’ upcoming books!
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New titles this week are by Rachel Caine, Becky Chamber, Richard Chizmar, Neil Enock, Eric Flint & Iver P. Cooper, Deborah Hewitt, Dave Hutchinson, Les Johnson & Robert E. Hampson, Michael Kelly, David Koepp, Jay Kristoff, Michael Laurence, ...Read MoreRead more
David Afsharirad, ed., The Year’s Best Military & Adventure SF, Volume 5 (Baen 6/19) Exactly what it says on the tin, with a dozen thrilling tales from the top writers in the field, including Suzanne Palmer, Christopher Ruocchio, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, and others, and an introduction by David Weber. Plus, readers choose one story from the anthology for The Best Military and Adventure Science Fiction Readers’ Choice Award, presented at ...Read MoreRead more
Presenting the cover of Tetrastatum by Tim Smith & Dr. Richard!
From the publisher:
What if the laws of physics as we understand them are incomplete, only half of the equations that explain reality? Mankind has been blinded by the light, searching for answers in the photonic (material) universe while the truths are concealed beyond the shutter speed of our biological cameras. One day, an image processor evolves. Schrödinger’s equation ...Read MoreRead more
Ted Chiang, Exhalation (Knopf 5/19) The second collection (after 2002’s Stories of Your Life and Others) by one of our most celebrated and award-winning writers features nine stories (a third of them Hugo Award winners), including originals “Omphalos” and “Anxiety is the Dizziness of Freedom”. These stories “have much the same kind of appeal of Borges’s most provocative tales – not without feeling and empathy, but, fundamentally, explorations of ...Read MoreRead more