The White City Elizabeth Bear
For centuries, the White City has graced the banks of the Moskva River. But in the early years of a twentieth century not quite analogous to our own, a creature even more ancient than Moscow… More
Seven for a Secret Elizabeth Bear
The sequel to New Amsterdam!
The wampyr has walked the dark streets of the world’s great cities for a thousand years. In that time, he has worn out many names–and even more compatriots.
Now, so that one of … More
Bone and Jewel Creatures Elizabeth Bear
Dark magic is afoot in the City of Jackals…
Eighty years Bijou the Artificer has been a Wizard of Messaline, building her servants from precious scraps, living with the memory of a great love that betrayed her. … More
Interfictions: An Anthology of Interstitial Writing Delia Sherman et al.
Tiptree Honor List
Inside Job Connie Willis
Connie Willis is the master of the science fiction novella, from seminal efforts such as “Blued Moon,” “Fire Watch,” “The Last of the Winnebagos,” and beyond. “Inside… More
Water Logic Laurie J. Marks
A triumph of politics, fantasy, world-building, and intelligent design: of character, world, and magic.
All Seated on the Ground Connie Willis
The aliens have landed! The aliens have landed! But instead of shooting death rays, taking over the planet and carrying off Earthwomen, they’ve just been standing there for months on end, glaring like a disapproving… More
Endless Things John Crowley
An Ægypt Novel
“Confirms that he is one of our finest living writers, period.” —Michael Dirda
Trips: The Collected Stories of Robert Silverberg, Volume Four Robert Silverberg
The stories here, all of them written between March of 1972 and November of 1973, mark a critical turning point in my career. Those who know the three earlier volumes have traced my evolution from a capable journeyman,… More
The Last Song of Orpheus Robert Silverberg
In the course of his extraordinary – and prolific – career, Robert Silverberg has made an enormous contribution to imaginative literature. In The Last Song of Orpheus, his longest story in more than a decade,… More
To Be Continued: The Collected Stories of Robert Silverberg, Volume One Robert Silverberg
First in a projected eight volumes collecting all of the short stories and novellas SF Grandmaster Silverberg wants to take their place on the permanent shelf. Each volume will be roughly 150,000-200,000 words, with… More
“The world that these stories sprang from was the troubled, bewildering, dangerous, and very exciting world of those weird years when the barriers were down and the future was rushing into the present with the… More
To the Dark Star: The Collected Stories of Robert Silverberg, Volume Two Robert Silverberg
This story, “To See the Invisible Man,” written in June of 1962, marks the beginning of my real career as a science-fiction writer, I think. The 1953-58 stories collected in To Be Continued, the first of … More
Marly Youmans, Anil Menon, Edward McEneely, Steven Bratman, Michael Hartford, M. Brock Moorer, Laura Evans, Amelia Beamer, Meghan McCarron, & Jon Hansen.
D.A. Connie Willis
Theodora Baumgarten has just been selected as an IASA space cadet, and therein lies the problem. She didn’t apply for the ultra-coveted posting, and doesn’t relish spending years aboard the ship to which… More
The Dog Said Bow-Wow Michael Swanwick
Great literature has never been this much fun before. The reigning master of short fiction reinvents science fiction and fantasy in a dazzling new collection unlike anything you’ve ever read. Time-traveling… More