Larry Correia, author of MONSTER HUNTER INTERNATIONAL, will be doing a reading and signing on Saturday September 5th from 2-4 at the Layton, Utah Barnes & Noble. 1780 North Woodland Park Drive, Layton, UT 84041, (801)773-9973.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Norilana Books is proud to present the definitive hardcover and trade paperback reissue of a Tanith Lee classic! NIGHT’S MASTER by Tanith Lee is the first book of the stunning arabesque high fantasy series _Tales from the Flat Earth,_ which, in the manner of THE ONE THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHTS, portrays an […]
Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America has joined the Open Book Alliance, a coalition of librarians, legal scholars, authors, publishers and technology companies dedicated to countering the proposed Google Book Settlement.
Rollout! by Brian Dana Akers
Morphology is a fantasy and science fiction writer’s best friend. Seriously. Why? Because everyone uses it, and I mean everyone, whether they know it or not. Every story that makes up a name for a group of people and then pluralizes it is using morphology. Every story that takes a nice-sounding made-up word and then adds on a suffix to make the name of a country or city is using it too.
Manifold: Origin by Stephen Baxter (Available for Purchase)
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Vitals by Greg Bear (Available for Purchase)
Mother of Kings by Poul Anderson (Available for Purchase)
Our sister site, Nebulaawards.com, has an interview with Jeffrey Ford who was nominated for his short story “The Dreaming Wind.”