July 2015 bestsellers

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Straggletaggle cover - click to view full sizeJ. M. McDermott’s new steampunk opus Straggletaggle hit number one this month while the first of the annual year’s best volumes came close at #2. I’m very happy to see the latest issue of LCRW in the top 5. It’s the first guest-edited issue — you can read an interview with one of the contributors, Giselle Leeb, on editor Michael J. DeLuca’s Mossy Skull. Perennial fave Ginn Hale takes the #4 spot and there’s a tie for #5: the July issue of Locus includes the Locus Awards and poll results, which always make for interesting reading and Archivist Wasp has all the buzz in the world!

  1. J. M. McDermott, Straggletaggle
  2. Rich Horton, ed., Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy, 2015 edition
  3. Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet, No. 33
  4. Ginn Hale, Champion of the Scarlet Wolf
  5. Locus July 2015 (#654)
    Nicole Kornher-Stace, Archivist Wasp

In the subscription list, it’s fascinating to see the ups and downsand it is always great to see a lively upstart such as Lackington’s pop up. Yay!

  1. New York Review of Science Fiction
  2. Galaxy’s Edge Magazine
  3. Uncanny Magazine
  4. Clarkesworld Magazine
  5. Lackington’s Subscription

 

Lackington’s Issue 7 (Summer 2015) Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy, 2015 edition cover - click to view full size Archivist Wasp cover - click to view full size Champion of the Scarlet Wolf Book One   Locus July 2015 (#654) cover   Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 33 cover

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