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Book View Café Launches Aqueduct Press Titles

Aqueduct Press authors Nancy Jane Moore, Sylvia Kelso, and Sue Lange are launching their AP titles as Book View Café (BVC) ebooks this week.  Lange’s ebook, WE, ROBOTS a novella of the Singularity (http://www.bookviewcafe.com/index.php/Sue-Lange/Novellas/Novelettes/We-Robots-Episode-1), launched on Tuesday March 30th at BVC. io9.com include WE, ROBOTS in their list of “13 Books that will Change the […]

SFWA restores previous website

In a poll of the membership, the vast majority expressed a concern that SFWA was growing too quickly. A study group felt that the new website was partially to blame for this expansion and voiced nostalgia for the previous website. To that end, in a unanimous decision, the Board of Directors of SFWA decided to […]

Quick Updates for 2010-03-31

Happy release day to @jay_lake and his new novel, PINION. # Happy release day to @jayewells and THE MAGE IN BLACK. # Without everyone voting, the possibility of ties increases (even 3-way ties). Every vote matters. Nebula Ballot: http://3.ly/hqwQ # Happy release day to @kenyonsherrilyn and Bad Moon Rising. Wisit http://is.gd/b7cKe for an excerpt. # […]

Edward M. Lerner: InterstellarNet: Origins

We are not alone. Now what? Among Edward M. Lerner’s most popular novels are the Fleet of Worlds series of collaborations set in what colleague Larry Niven calls Known Space. Known Space brims with strange aliens and exotic locales, making it a great setting for storytelling. But below the radar, Lerner has been constructing his […]

New from Norilana – SOUNDS AND FURIES by Tanith Lee

Norilana Books is proud to present Sounds And Furies by the 2009 Grand Master of Horror, Tanith Lee . . . SOUNDS AND FURIES by Tanith Lee Sounds and Furies collects seven singular, gorgeous tales of lingering atmospheric horror from the masterful pen of Tanith Lee. These seven faces of darkness cast a wide shadow […]

Caselberg and Brenchley Join Book View Cafe

On Wednesday, March 24th, Book View Café welcomed Jay Caselberg as its newest member. Caselberg is an Australian author currently based in Germany. When not writing, he can be found in various countries around the world for his dayjob.  His four volume future noir series appeared from Roc Books, but he also has many short […]