New Titles – w/e 27th July 2013
Paul McAuley – A Very British History 21 of his best short stories, from 1985 – 2011; attractive looking edition from PS Publishing
Ben Aaronovitch – Broken Homes the 4th in the series that began with Rivers of London
in large format:
Gardner Dozois (editor) – The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Thirtieth Annual Collection 31 of the best stories from last year, together with the usual annual summation and further recommended reading list
Frank Herbert – Gateway Omnibus first of a new series of collections from Gollancz containing 3 of his novels. The Dragon in the Sea, The Santaroga Barrier and The Dosadi Experiment
Sherri S. Tepper – Gateway Omnibus large Gollancz softcover containing After Long Silence, Shadow’s End and Six Moon Dance
Gordon R. Dickson – Gateway Omnibus part of Gollancz‘s new series, containing Tactics of Mistake, Time Storm and The Dragon and the George
Gallery Books – Carniepunk anthology with 14 new stories from authors such as Rachel Caine, Rob Thurman and Seanan McGuire
in ‘b’ format:
Daniel O’Malley – The Rook an amnesiac wakes up in a London park, surrounded by bodies but with a note telling her she’s a secret agent!
Gary Gibson – The Thousand Emperors Luc Gabion is slowly being killed by a high tech implant as he investigates the murder of one of the titular Emperors, who rule a stellar empire…
G. Willow Wilson – Alif the Unseen Alif is given a wonderful book titled ‘The Thousand and One Days’, which acts as a portal to another world…
Kristen Painter – Last Blood the 5th in her House of Comarre series
Hannah Jayne – Under a Spell the 5th of her UDA Chronicles (Underworld Detection Agency)
3D TotalPublishing – Digital Art Masters volume 8 the latest annual collection of art from some of the best in the field
Michael May & Jason Copland – Kill All Monsters: volume one Ruins of Paris softcover b&w comic strip. Looks fun!
H. P. Lovecraft & I. N. J. Culbard – The Shadow Out Of Time colour adaptation of the eldritch horror novel
Kim Deitch – The Amazing, Enlightening and Absolutely True Adventures of Katherine Whaley b&w hardback; part illustrated novel, part graphic novel. Looks quite strange, in a good way.
Jaques Tardi – Goddamn This War powerful colour hardback graphic novel of the First World War, focusing on the Western Front, together with a 40 page long An Illustrated Chronology of the war by Jean-Pierre Verney, which is illustrated with photos of the time. From Fantagraphics
Sylvian Ricard, Bruno Ricard & Christophe Gaultier – Beirut 1990: Snapshots of a Civil War b&w h/c graphic novel of their experiences in the Lebanon. From Humanoids
Alexandro Jodorowsky & Zaran Janjetov – Before the Incal full colour h/c from Humanoids which looks great despite the absence of Mobius!
Alexandro Jodorowsky – Screaming Planet full colour h/c from Humanoids
Juxtapoz – #151, August cover date
Unspoken Water – issue #4 of this small press fiction magazine
Doctor Who – Persuasion Big Finish adventure #175, with Sylvester McCoy
Doctor Who – The Final Phase full cast audio drama from Big Finish with Tom Baker and Mary Tamm
Boris Vallejo & Julie Bell – Fantasy Calendar 2014 wall calendar
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