Locus senior editor Tim Pratt has a new book coming out in October: The Forbidden Stars (Angry Robot), the dazzling space opera sequel to Philip K. Dick Award finalist The Wrong Stars and The Dreaming Stars! Here’s a first look at the cover, with art by Paul Scott Canavan.
From the publisher: The ancient alien gods are waking up, and there’s only one spaceship crew ready to stop them. ...Read MoreRead more
The Locus Selected Books by Author list has been updated on our Forthcoming Books page, with information from the June 2019 issue covering upcoming titles from genre houses slated through March 2020. Find out about your favorite authors upcoming books!
For the complete list of books by publisher, subscribe to our print magazine or purchase the June issue in print or digital editions, available June 1, 2019.While you are ...Read More Read more
Elizabeth Bear, Ancestral Night (Saga 3/19) A thrilling space adventure from the Hugo Award-winning author, following salvagers Connla and Haimey Dz (and their cats) from the black hole at the center of the Milky Way to the galactic fringes as they encounter pirates, the corpse of a giant space-dwelling alien, and agents of the galaxy-spanning Synarche. The first in the new White Space series.
Zen Cho, The True Queen ...Read MoreRead more
Charlie Jane Anders, The City in the Middle of the Night (Tor 2/19) Charlie Jane Anders’s new SF novel about humans who colonize the narrow temperate zone of a tidally locked planet is a change of pace from her Nebula Award winning debut, All the Birds in the Sky, but still showcases one of Anders’s main strengths – complex characterization. “The real energy of the novel derives from the ...Read MoreRead more
Our first peek at the cover for Mark Le Dain’s Dreamtime (EDGE-Lite), a collection of 19 tales set in the near future where a person’s life is monitored, influenced, and sometimes even crafted by the technology we both love and hate. Cover image by Fred Mantel: Armillary sphere!
From the publisher: From stories of people condemned to live within their carbon footprint and clones that expand the empires of only ...Read MoreRead more