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Science-Fiction and Fantasy New Releases 12/8/15


Science-Fiction and Fantasy New Releases 12/8/15

HARDCOVER
Ashley Bell: A Novel
by Dean Koontz
The Dagger and the Rose
by Bill Hoard and Leah Morrison
A Dream of Ice: Book 2 of The EarthEnd Saga
by Gillian Anderson and Jeff Rovin
Ten Billion Tomorrows: How Science Fiction Technology Became Reality and Shapes the Future
by Brian Clegg
PAPERBACK
Aimee’s World (Heroics) (Volume 1)
by Timothy Zahn
Ambassador 4: Coming Home (Volume 4)
by Suzy [...]

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George Smiley in the City of Stairs: Robert Jackson Bennett on His Influences


From John le Carré to Terry Pratchett: Robert Jackson Bennett writes about his inspirations for City of Stairs.

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SF & Fantasy

Looking Through the Palantir: August 5th


Darth Internous continues his weekly round-up of SFF news with Looking Through the Palantir. So cozy on up to your favorite seeing-stone and check out this week’s divinations.

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Boskone 49


boston_waterfront If you are in the Boston-area, or happen to be planning a trip to New England this coming weekend, consider attending Boskone. The New England Science Fiction Association’s regional convention will be held February 17-19 at the Boston Westin Waterfront. If you go, be sure to check out some of the panels featuring Del Rey Spectra authors Elizabeth Bear, Peter V. Brett, and Catherynne M. Valente. click here for the panelists schedule at Boskone.

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World Fantasy Convention–Saturday, Oct. 30


Couldn’t attend this year’s World Fantasy Convention? Here are some pithy comments from various panels.

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SF & Fantasy

China Mieville Wins the Hugo Award!


On September 5th at the World Science Fiction Convention (this year in Melbourne, Australia), Del Rey’s own China Miéville won the Hugo Award for best novel for his critically acclaimed THE CITY AND THE CITY.

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Challenged and Banned: A Wrinkle in Time


Challenged and Banned: A Wrinkle in Time

Looking at this book’s resume, it’d be hard to identify it as a banned or challenged book. A Wrinkle in Time has been awarded the Newbery Medal, Sequoyah Book Award, and Lewis Carroll Shelf Award, and was runner-up for the Hans Christian Andersen Award. Certainly something that decorated wouldn’t be challenged right? Well, no (obviously, or we wouldn’t be here).

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