Clarkesworld Bestsellers for the Week Ending June 4, 2006

Books
1The Conqueror Worms by Brian Keene (Signed Paperback)
2The Shadow at The Bottom of The World by Thomas Ligotti (Signed Numbered Hardcover)
3The Hallowed Hunt by Lois McMaster Bujold (Paperback)
4The Baby Merchant by Kit Reed (Hardcover)
5The Clan Corporate (The Merchant Princes, Book 3) by Charles Stross (Hardcover)

Magazines
1Interzone
2Fantasy & Science Fiction
3Asimov’s
4Analog
5Realms of Fantasy

We just started selling Realms of Fantasy last week and it’s already making a showing in the bestseller list. There are only a few of the newstand genre magazines I don’t have yet, and that’s largely due to their publishers or my ignorance. DNA, for example, publishes Fantastic Stories of the Imagination. The handful of issues I have are from their editor since DNA won’t sell to bookstores. That policy also force me to go alternate route on Weird Tales and Mythic Delirium too. Those two are easy now thanks to the people that edit them.

Anyhow, I’m bound to have missed a good magazine (large or small). Anyone know one that I should be selling? Here’s the page to the magazine listings:
http://www.clarkesworldbooks.com/magazines.html

-Neil

10 thoughts on “Clarkesworld Bestsellers for the Week Ending June 4, 2006

  1. horrorofitall says:

    Hey neil. Do you think you could do your Just Released RSS so that each individual book sisn’t shown but maybe do it by letters. Like this:

    Authors: A-C
    Authors: D-F

    etc

    I have you fed through HFNN but I had to cut off to ten entries since when you have a big week the list gets long and confusing

    • wyrmadmin says:

      I have a bunch of customers who told me they like getting the book-by-book notification, so I’ll leave that one as-is. I can make a new custom feed for you though. Why don’t you email me the stuff you’d like to see in it. We can pretty much put anything you see on a book’s detail page in there and sort it whichever way works best for you.

      -Neil

  2. eldritch00 says:

    How about “non-fiction” genre periodicals like Wormwood from Tartarus, Studies in Weird Fiction and others from Necronomicon Press, as well as the ones from Seele-Brent?

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