Transreal Fiction

Scotland’s sf & fantasy bookstore

New Titles – w/e 24th November 2018

in hardcover:

George R. R. MartinFire and Blood two dozen chapters laying out the history and events three hundred years before the action in A Song of Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones) Illustrated with myriad b&w illustrations by Doug Wheatley.
Peter S. BeagleThe Last Unicorn: The Lost Journey a sequel! With several b&w illustrations by Stephanie Law
Joanne M. Harris – TheBlue Salt Road a modern fairy tale, illustrated by Bonnie Helen Hawkins
S. M. StirlingThe Sky-Blue Wolves the latest, and billed as the final, novel of The Change

Doctor WhoCombat Magicks the 13th Doctor‘s latest adventure, by Steve Cole

in large format:

Lavie Tidhar – Unholy Land alternate history in which a Jewish Homeland was established in East Africa
S. M. Stirling – Black Chamber 1st in a new alternate history series set in 1916, just before America’s entry into The Great War

in ‘B’ format:

Genevieve CogmanThe Mortal Word the 5th in her Invisible Library series
Jacey BedfordRowankind 3rd in the fantasy series… The 1st was Winterwood
Ian DouiglasBright Light the 8th in his Star Carrier series

Douglas Preston & Lincoln ChildCity of Endless Night the latest in their Agent Pendergast series…

Mercedes Lackey (editor) – Choices the latest anthology of 18 new Valdemar short stories…
Elly Blue (editor) – Bikes Not Rockets anthology of new work subtitled Intersectional Feminist Bicycle Science Fiction Stories

small books:

Italo CalvinoThe Distance of the Moon 4 short stories from his collection, The Complete Cosmicomics. Penguin Modern # 22. Budget price of £1

art, etc:

Marie-Alice HarelHortari: Art and Stories elegant hardcover collecting her single page short stories, each with a full page illustration of the creature involved. There’s currently an exhibition of prints from the book on at the Scottish Storytelling Centre on the High Street…


Interzone – issue # 278 November – December cover date
Black Static – issue # 66




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