New titles this week are by Anne Charnock, Anna Kavan, Katherine Kerr, Sarah Kozloff, Stanislaw Lem, Scott Oden, Gareth L. Powell, Natasha Pulley, R.E. Stearns, and Marian Womack. ...Read MoreRead more
New titles this week are by Clare Beams, Eric Brown, Andy Davidson, Sergey & Marina Dyachenko, Joanna Hathaway, Andrew Krivak, A.K. Larkwood, C.L. Polk, Constance Sayers, and Jodie Lynn Zdrok. ...Read MoreRead more
New titles this week are by David Boop, Libba Bray, James L. Cambias, Melissa de la Cruz, Sarah Gailey, Cate Glass, Adalyn Grace, Kevin Hearne, Gish Jen, Eyal Kless, Mercedes Lackey & Cody Martin, Ben Okri, Juliette Wade, and Drew Williams. ...Read MoreRead more
Julie C. Dao, Song of the Crimson Flower (Philomel 11/19) Dao returns to her acclaimed, Asian-inspired world of the Rise of the Empress series for this new young-adult tale of a noble girl who rejects a poor apprentice, then regrets it – and finds his flute with his soul trapped inside it, and decides to break the curse. A beautifully woven story of magic, adventure, and the power of true ...Read MoreRead more
New titles this week are by S.K. Dunstall, William Gibson, Terry Goodkind, Charlie N. Holmberg, Simon Ings, Sarah Kozloff, Tochi Onyebuchi, Chana Porter, Alexander Weinstein, and F.C. Yee. ...Read MoreRead more
New titles this week are by Mike Chen, Rod Duncan, Sara Hanover, Charlaine Harris, S.A. Hunt, Simon Jimenez, Joanna Kavenna, Parker Peevyhouse, Ransom Riggs, and Rebecca Roanhorse. ...Read MoreRead more
New titles this week are by Sean Adams, Lois McMaster Bujold, Andrew Caldecott, C.J. Cherryh, Patrick Chiles, Genevieve Cogman, Tessa Gratton, Gareth Hanrahan, Marc-Uwe Kling, Seanan McGuire, Daniel José Older, John Ringo, Kacey Ezell & Christopher L. Smith, Sarena Ulibarri, and Django Wexler. ...Read MoreRead more
New titles this week are by Ilona Andrews, Deborah Teramis Christian, Joe R. Lansdale, and Lynne M. Thomas & Michael Damian Thomas. ...Read MoreRead more
Nina Allan, The Dollmaker (Other 10/19) Allan’s Gothic and experimental novel concerns a man who falls in love with an institutionalized woman he knows only through her letters and contains multiple nested short stories by a (fictional) writer and dollmaker named Ewa Chapman, which tend more overtly toward fantasy, horror, and even dystopian SF – “disturbing non-fairy tales that occupy a territory somewhere between Angela Carter and the more mordant ...Read MoreRead more
The Locus Selected Books by Author list has been updated on our Forthcoming Books page, with information from the December 2019 issue covering upcoming titles from genre houses slated through September 2020. Find out about your favorite authors’ upcoming books!
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