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Blending fresh new science fiction with a futuristic dash of magic, The Grimm Future is a unique anthology of reimagined Grimm fairy tales from some of today's most exciting authors—along with the original stories that inspired them. The Grimm Future examines our humanity and what that term might come to mean through the eyes of future generations as society advances into an age when technology consumes nearly every aspect of our lives or has ultimately changed life as we know it. How might these timeless stories evolve? Given the relentless onrush of technology, there is even greater need for fairy tales and Grimm magic in our future. Read on!
February 2016 · Hardcover · 272 pages · 5.5" x 8.5" · ISBN 978-1-61037-315-9
edited by Judith K. Dial & Thomas A. Easton
We're part of the cover-up!
Did you know that there is a secret government agency dedicated to creating conspiracy theories? It's true! It's on Facebook!
But it's not in this book. Our conspiracy theories are all fiction. At least, that's what we want you to think! Certainly, we did invite fiction writers to weigh in on conspiracy theories. The result includes (of course) the Masons and dragons (David Clements), the Bavarian Illuminati (Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald) and the New World Order Shariann Lewitt). There's also the Shaver Mystery (science writer Jeff Hecht), cell phones and weather control (Rev DiCerto), Atlantis and Lemuria (Paul DiFilippo), Roswell (H. Paul Shuch of SETI fame), mermaids (Cat Rambo and Mike Resnick), ancient immortals who guide our breeding (Steven Popkes), quality management (Allen Steele), and—of all things!—Santa Claus (James Cambias). Not to mention the squirrels (Sarah Smith).
February 2016 · Trade paper · 176 pages · 5.5" x 8.5" · ISBN 978-1-61037-310-4
If I Ran the Z/o/o/ Con is aninsider’s guide to everything that can possibly go wrong at a convention. A role-playing game where the players make decisions about the Bidding, Planning, and At-Con phases of a World Science Fiction Convention. First introduced and played at Smofcon 3 in 1986. Revised and updated in 2015, with nine new scenarios and interior cartoons by Steve Stiles.
July 2015 · Spiral binding · 146 pages · 8-1/2" x 11" · ISBN 978-1-61037-312-8
The Ides of Octember: A Pictorial Bibliography of Roger Zelazny is an essential
reference for both collectors and scholars. It includes a comprehensive
listing of all English-language publications of Zelazny's fiction and
non-fiction. Detailed descriptions of each book are provided so that first
editions can be distinguished from later printings. Thumbnail images are
included of the covers from every edition of Zelazny's books and from the
first publications of his stories and poems in magazines, fanzines, and
anthologies. The main index includes every known official, alternate,
manuscript, and phantom title associated with Zelazny's works. Additional
lists include interviews, Amber memorabilia, audio recordings, limited
editions, fanzines, and awards. A secondary bibliography is also included
which lists more than 300 essays, theses, and books that have been written
about Zelazny and his writings. The second edition updates the bibliography to include publications up through November, 2014.
January 2015 · trade paper · 400 pages · 5.75" x 8.75" · ISBN 978-1-61037-309-8
A Bicycle Built for Brew: The Collected Short Works of Poul Anderson (volume 6) continues the series of presenting the best of his fantasy and science fiction stories published over a writing career of 50 years. The cover was designed by Alice N.S. Lewis. Edited by Rick Katze and Michael Kerpan.
July 2014 · hardcover · 474 pages · 6" x 9" · ISBN 978-1-61037-306-7
Hardcover state price: $30.00
Slipcased state price: $50.00
Letters to the Pumpkin King is the first collection of Seanan McGuire’s non-fiction works. It contains everything from essays about “My Little Pony” and being a geek girl, to her advice on writing and things she’s learned since becoming a published author, to poetry reprinted from her two out-of-print, limited-edition collections, Leaves from the Babylon Wood and Paths Through the Babylon Wood.
The full-color dust jacket is by David Palumbo, the Boskone 51 Official Artist.
February 2014 · hardbound · 416 pages · 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" · Hardcover: 978-1-61037-304-3 ·
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