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We’re very happy to report that two Lethe Press titles made the American Library Association’s Over the Rainbow list: Heiresses of Russ 2011: The Year’s Best Lesbian Speculative Fiction, edited by JoSelle Vanderhooft and Alex Jeffers’s collection You Will Meet a Stranger Far from Home: Wonder Stories. To celebrate, both titles are 50% off!

And, lovely news at Big Mouth House, too: Delia Sherman’s The Freedom Maze is on the ALA Best Fiction for Young Adults. So, sure, we put it on sale, too! But for a short time, you have been warned! This is what the ALA said about it: “Forced to spend her summer at her grandmother’s Southern house in the 1960′s, Sophie unwittingly finds herself transported to the Civil War era as a slave of her ancestors.” The paperback rights just sold to the excellent people at Candlewick Press and we’re really excited to see this book do so well.

Did you notice the new PM titles? I like the look of Signal 02. Another of their books is coming on Tuesday: In Letters of Blood and Fire: Work, Machines, and the Crisis of Capitalism.

Also: coming tomorrow, a bucketload of new magazines! Lightspeed! LocusI don’t know what else! Many! The new issue of BCSAlso, Trafalgar by Angélica Gorodischer (trans. by Amalia Gladhart). Is it good? Check out this review on Tor.com where the reviewer has their mind blown. Also, you may want to put the coffee pot on.

And since this is the last day of the month, tomorrow we should post the monthly bestsellers, too—although you can check those out anytime the menu on the left hand side. Irregulars, anyone?

 

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