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New Stuff

Yesterday was a big magazine day. The August Fantasy & Science Fiction and Issue 4 of Flytrap arrived in the morning mail. In the afternoon we received a shipment from Sams Dot Publishing, so we now stock Aoife’s Kiss, Beyond Centauri (childrens), Champagne Shivers, and Illumen magazine.

I may be late in noticing these…

Golden Gryphon has a few new books in the queue:
* From the Files of the Time Rangers by Richard Bowes
* The Fiction Factory by Jack Dann
* The Cuckoo’s Boys by Robert Reed

as does Tachyon Publications:
* Cultural Breaks by Brian Aldiss
* Greetings and Other Stories by Terry Bisson
* Numbers Don’t Lie by Terry Bisson
* The James Tiptree Award Anthology 2
* Burn by James Patrick Kelly

And then there is Pitch Black Books… I just heard about this one in someone else’s journal. (sorry I forget who it was):
* Lords of Swords ed. by Daniel E. Blackston



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  1. It almost looks like you’d seen IPG’s Fall Frontlist for SF/F… 🙂
    [I work Customer Service for them, btw].

    You should also check out new stuff from Aio Publishing, Per Aspera Press, and Princess Tides, three other new genre publishers we’ve picked up [more will come in time I’m hoping].

    • I was just placing my orders last night. Small world. I’ve been talking with Aio about The Summer Isles limited edition. Should be listing that one soon. I also ordered Singularity from Per Aspera. Didn’t know about Princess Tides though. I’ll have to check them out.

      You have so many publishers now it’s hard to notice when a new one of potential interest appears. Thanks for the tip!


      • It’s my hope that we’ll find and pickup more quality genre small presses. Initial feedback shows some hope for this, so with luck we’ll have even more folks for you to check out. Also, we’re working on the ability to generate custom catalogs for specialty accounts, which should make it easier for you find everything we’ve got.

        I was sad that we weren’t going to get the Summer Isles limited for distribution, but Aio’s followup, Nocturne, looks good [i.e. it’s in the reading queue].

        • Custom catalogs would be very helpful and much appreciated. Of course, it would be even better if the browse and search features of the website were more robust so I wouldn’t need the catalog. Speaking of which, tell whoever works on that thing when they list books (like list books by publisher) that they should include the author’s name! 🙂


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