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Events and News from Borderlands Books

September, 2006

Chapter One - Event Information, News, and Special Features

TOMORROW! Borderlands and Variety Children's Charity present a science fiction triple feature - "Flash Gordon," "Natural City," and "Garuda" - at Variety's Preview Room in the Hobart Building, 582 Market Street, Thursday, September 7th at 7:00 pm

Ray Garton, LIVE GIRLS (Leisure), Saturday, September 9th at 3:00 pm

Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers' Group Meeting, Thursday, September 14th at 6:00 pm

Marcus Ewert, Susan Marie Groppi, and Tim Pratt, TWENTY EPICS (All Star Stories) - Sunday, September 17th at 3:00 pm

Tachyon Publications 11th Anniversary Party, including the presentation of the third annual Norton Awards, with Peter S. Beagle, Terry Bisson, Grania Davis, Ellen Klages, Richard Lupoff, Pat Murphy, Frank Robinson, and others - Saturday, September 23rd from 2:00 - 6:00 pm

Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers' Group Meeting, Thursday, September 28th at 6:00 pm

Alexandra Sokoloff, THE HARROWING (St. Martins), Wednesday, October 4th at 7:00 pm

Kage Baker, DARK MONDAYS (Night Shade Books) and THE MACHINE'S CHILD (Tor), Saturday, October 7th at 3:00 pm

Glen Hirshberg, AMERICAN MORONS (Earthling Publications), Saturday, October 7th at 5:00 pm

Batya Weinbaum PhD. and Ardys De Lu, "Femspec Magazine," Wednesday, October 18th at 7:00 pm

LitQuake LitCrawl, Saturday, October 14th

Pete Atkins, Glen Hirshberg and Norm Patridge, "The Rolling Darkness Review," Saturday, October 21st at 6:24pm (dusk)

(for more information check the end of this section)

Overheard at the Con

This is a feature that appears periodically, as we attend conventions and overhear things.  The tradition of keeping track of anonymous overheard bits and bobs started for us at the 2002 ConJose in San Jose, where trying (or trying not to) fill in the blanks on overheard conversations made us laugh so much that we made it a tradition.  This issue we share some highlights from this year's World Science Fiction Convention in Anaheim:

"Just remember how much I love you and disregard how bitchy I'm going to be for the next few days."

"We are two men very pleased with our meat."

"When there are five Australians at the table, it is inevitable that one will try to set the dessert afire."

"You're not going to catch me molesting the bronze giraffe!"

"I'm sorry, have we met?"
"Um, yeah. I helped you move."

"I've become the Harlan Ellison of porn."

"Something that eats steel has no place in my body."

"I finally realized what the chunks in my beer were -- stucco!"

(Discussing fear of Disneyland) "I refuse to be cowed by a mouse!"

"After the wasabi vodka last night, I've taken up breath mints for the weekend."

"I'm really pleased with my Borderlands t-shirt, 'cause now I can take a snake on the plane!"


*The Hugo Award Winners were announced at the World Science Fiction Convention in Anaheim, CA on Saturday, August 26th.  SPIN by Robert Charles Wilson won the award for Best Novel.  For a complete list of the winners, see <>

* In an effort to combat spam and preserve our flagging sanity, we have modified Borderlands' email addresses.  The following addresses, accompanied by (at), are the only valid addresses for Borderlands now.  If you have emailed us in the past at an address other than those listed here (for example,, please modify your address book, 'cause the weasels email won't get to us anymore.


If you have any questions, please feel free to call Jude at 415 824-8203 for clarification.

* If you're looking for some frightening reading, check out <>.  This site posts excerpts from the American Library Association's BANNED BOOKS RESOURCE GUIDE, so you can see just a small sampling of the zillions of books that have been challenged or banned all across the US.  Some excerpts include pithy comments from the site's editor.

*The 2006 Mythopoeic Award Winners have been announced.  The award for Best Novel went to Neil Gaiman's ANANSI BOYS.  According to their website, "[t]he Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for Adult Literature is given to the fantasy novel, multi-volume, or single-author story collection for adults published during 2005 that best exemplifies 'the spirit of the Inklings'."  For a complete list of winners and more information about the Mythopoeic Society, click here: <>

*Borderlands has signed books.  More than usual, I mean.  If you would like a copy of OLD MAN'S WAR (trade paperback only) or THE GHOST BRIGADES (hardcover only) signed by John Scalzi, or a copy of DOWN AND OUT IN THE MAGIC KINGDOM (trade paperback only), EASTERN STANDARD TRIBE, or SOMEONE COMES TO TOWN, SOMEONE LEAVES TOWN signed by Cory Doctorow, hurry on in (or give us a call) while supplies last!  We also have some titles signed by Kathleen Ann Goonan, Robin Hobb, Sean McMullen, artist John Picacio, Brandon Sanderson, Sharon Shinn, Sean Williams and many many others I am forgetting in the post-Worldcon haze.

*Jude would like to point out to everyone that Ellen Kushner's fabulous new novel THE PRIVILEGE OF THE SWORD shortens to the acronym TPOTS, which would have to be pronounced "teapots".  Thanks to Ellen for bringing this to our attention!

From The Office

I've been reading quite a bit lately.  Not quite sure how that worked out since I've also been very busy with World Con and all and yet . . . it happened.  Not that I'm complaining.  Since I opened Borderlands I've probably had less time to read than any other time in my life.  That's what happens when you make a hobby into a business.

One of the standout novels I read was NIGHTWATCH by Sergei Lukyanenko.  This is the novel that was the basis for the film.  The translation from Russian is excellent, so good in fact that it almost reads like it was originally written in English.  When I started it (partly on the advice of my daughter) I was pretty doubtful but within the first chapter or two I was hooked.  As usual, I'm not going to waste time with a synopsis but I will say that it is probably the best novel of its type that I've _ever_ read.  I should probably explain what its "type" is -- a story of secret warfare between the supernatural forces of light and darkness set in modern times.  Think of Green's Nightside novels, Leiber's Conjure Wife, Butcher's Dresden Files, Lackey's Diana Trigarde or about half of Tim Powers' work.

I just finished THE HARROWING by Alexandra Sokoloff.  It's a pretty straightforward ghost story with all the usual props (like ouiji boards, stormy nights, a deserted school and so forth).  That said, the writing is quite good and the pace is engaging.  If you like ghost stories, this will satisfy.  You'll also have a chance to meet the author in about month since she'll be doing a reading at the store on October 4th.

It must have been the sunny summer weather that drove me to reading more supernatural material than usual.  I didn't notice the trend until now but another book that I greatly enjoyed was SNAKE AGENT by Liz Williams.  Detective Inspector Chen works for the Chinese police in the near future.  But it's not our future.  In Chen's world the supernatural and high tech coexist and the gods (and hell, for that matter) are very real, everyday forces in the world.  And Chen's specialty is investigating cases involving the supernatural.

The thing that I thought was outstanding about SNAKE AGENT is Williams' artful job of sidestepping some of the awkward questions that come up when a writer adds magic to a modern society.  For example, how does history change when the forces of hell are players in world politics?  One common solution is to make the existence of magic a secret, as Lukyanenko does in NIGHTWATCH.  But if the general population knows that the supernatural exists, history and the structure of society changes.  If these changes aren't addressed by the author it makes it very hard for the reader to "believe" the story.

Williams' solution is to set the story both slightly in the future and in a very foreign culture.  I (and I suspect most readers) don't know enough about Chinese society and culture to spot the inconsistencies (if there are any).  Combined with Williams' solid prose and descriptions, this gives the world a depth and reality not often equaled.  It's good stuff and I'm quite looking forward to reading the sequel, DEMON IN THE CITY, which has just come in as a hardcover.

And now it's time for an embarrassing confession -- until last month I had never read WAR FOR THE OAKS by Emma Bull.  Mikael, when he heard, said something very unflattering about my intelligence and my parents' marital status.  I would avoid mentioning it to anyone but I really liked it and so I want to tell people about it.  It's a great story about a mortal who is pulled into a war between two factions of fairies.  Not the cute, Tinkerbell type of fairies but the scary, Thomas the Rhymer variety.  If you enjoyed books like TITHE by Holly Black or some of Neil Gaiman's work, you should really give WAR FOR THE OAKS a try.  One warning though, it was first published in 1987 and though not dated in most ways there is a sometimes painful New Wave quality that pops up once in a while, especially in the characters' wardrobes.  Very painful at times.  Did _anyone_ ever actually dress that way?  I have some faint memories of it but they're very blurry.  It's probably a subconscious self-defense mechanism.

I've still got lots of catch-up to do in the aftermath of the World Science Fiction Convention so I'll wish you all a nice September and talk to you soon.

Cafe Update

Things continue to move slowly.  I've been short on time to get much work done and so I'm _still_ putting together the permit package.  In the past I've started businesses but I've never tried to start one while running another.  It's harder than I expected.  Running a business takes small amounts of constant effort whereas starting one requires big bursts of effort.  The combination is hard to manage.  Hopefully there'll be some more news next month.


PS  If you're in SF, you have got to come out tomorrow night for our last regularly-scheduled movie night at the Variety Screening Room.  We're showing FLASH GORDON (the one from the 80s with the soundtrack by Queen) and it's going to be just too cool for words.

Top Sellers At Borderlands

1) Dzur by Steven Brust
2) Hunters of Dune by Kevin J. Anderson and Brian Herbert
3) Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch
4) Three Days to Never by Tim Powers
5) Blood Knight by Greg Keyes
6) James Tiptree, Jr.: The Double Life of Alice B. Sheldon by Julie Phillips
7) Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town by Cory Doctorow
8) Bonehunters by Steven Erikson (UK Import)
9) The Line Between by Peter S. Beagle  (Limited Ed., Tachyon Publications)
10) 20th Century Ghosts by Joe Hill (PS Publishing)

1) Princess of Roumania by Paul Park
2) Idolon by Mark Budz
3) Lady of Mazes by Karl Schroeder
4) Altered Carbon by Richard Morgan
5) Spin by Robert Charles Wilson
6) Johnathan Strange and Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke
7) The City, Not Long After by Pat Murphy
8) Olympos by Dan Simmons
9) Memories of Ice by Steven Erikson
10) Pretties by Scott Westerfeld

Trade Paperbacks
1) The Line Between by Peter S. Beagle (Tachyon Publications)
    Snake Agent by Liz Williams (Nightshade Books)
2) The Privilege of the Sword by Ellen Kushner
3) Nightwatch by Sergei Lukyanenko
4) Prador Moon by Neal Asher
5) Confessions of a Virgin Sacrifice by Adrianne Ambrose

Notes From a DVD Geek

It’s a new month and we’ve got plenty of great new DVD’s coming in.  The first one I wanted to bring to your attention is the totally over-the-top Bio-zombie thriller called Sars Wars.  It’s a Thai production, and is funny as hell and way too enjoyable for its own good.

On the Anime side of the house, we’ve just got in Cowboy BeBop #1.  This is the beginning of one of the landmarks of modern serial Anime and should not be missed.

From Korea, we have Forbidden Warrior, which is a costume/period/fantasy piece that delivers the goods.  Epic battles between good and evil, crazy wire stunts and a solid story.

From Japan, we have Godzilla, Final Wars, which is a must-see for any monster movie fan, as it is the latest Japanese installment (from 2004) of the series that started it all.  Also not to be missed is the new US disk: Godzilla - Gojira Deluxe Collector's Edition, which features the original Japanese version of the first Godzilla movie, side by side with the bastardized, re-cut US version of the 1956 classic.  This one is a really nice package and it features a ton of extras.

For an enjoyable little romp that is sure to set all your Pagan/Wiccan friends' teeth on edge, The Craft just came in.  The funny thing about this movie is that it preceded the whole Willow the Witch stuff on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but is very much in that vein.  This is much more fun, and much funnier then it has any right to be.

Speaking of being better then it has any right to be, the Dark Castle Remake of The House on Haunted Hill has just been released as a double feature with the original House on Haunted Hill.  If you are missing either of these films, be sure to pick up this disk, 'cause it's (excuse the pun) priceless to see Vincent Price in the first film, and then watch Geoffrey Rush do a brilliant homage/sendup to the master.  Great stuff.

Back to Japan, for a crazy horror exploitation flick by one of Japan’s weirdest and most prolific directors, Takashi Miike.  If you’re not familiar with his work, think of him as John Carpenter meets David Lynch, from Japan.  Ichi the Killer is a great place to start sampling the weirdness that is Miike.

And finally, from Europe there’s Dario Argento’s foray into the Masters of Horror series: his contribution to this series is called “Jenifer” and is a nice addition to Argento’s catalog, which has been kind of spotty of late.

And finally, something for the kids.  MGM is looking to cash in on the Pirates of the Caribbean craze, and has released new super extra special editions of The Princess Bride… one with a “Princess Buttercup” themed-package, and one with a “Dread Pirate Roberts" package.  We’ve got both editions in stock.  Have fun storming the Castle!

-Jeremy Lassen

Book Club Info

The Gay Men's Book Club will meet on Sunday, September 10th, at 5 pm to discuss THE WATCHMEN by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons.  Please contact the group leader, Christopher Rodriguez, at, for more information.

The Classic Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Club will meet on Sunday, September 17th, at 6 pm to discuss A CANTICLE FOR LEIBOWITZ by Walter Miller, Jr.  The book for October is THE NARRATIVE OF ARTHUR GORDON PYM by Edgar Allen Poe.  Please contact Jude at for more information.

Upcoming Event Details

Thursday, September 7th at 7:00 pm: Borderlands and Variety Children's Charity present a science fiction triple feature, featuring a "midnight Monster Movie" from Thailand, at Variety's Preview Room in the Hobart Building, 582 Market Street - "Flash Gordon" (1980) Directed by Mike Hodges;  111 Minutes (you know... the one with the Queen Soundtrack!), "Natural City" (2003, Korea) Directed by Byung-chun Min; 114 Minutes ("A Korean Blade Runner") 9:15pm SHARP start time, and "Garuda"  (2004, Thailand)  Directed by Monthon Arayangkoon; 112 minutes (a Thai "giant monster movie" with modern effects and big budget) 11:15 SHARP start time.  The screenings will take place at Variety's Preview Room, located in The Hobart Building, 582 Market Street @ Montgomery, San Francisco.  Doors open at 6:30 pm and the first movie starts at 7:00 pm.  There will be short intermissions between the films.  Seating is limited and seats are available on a first-come, first seated basis, so arrive early!  Refreshments will be available for purchase, and your purchase benefits Variety Children's Charity of Northern California, a non-profit organization that supports children in local communities who are dealing with poverty, neglect, violence, and physical disabilities.  This will be our last "first Thursday" movie for this year, but we will continue to do frequent screenings and festivals on an irregular but monthly schedule -- watch this space for updates!  For more information about upcoming movies, write  For more information on Variety Children's Charity, see their web site at  <> or write

Saturday, September 9th at 3:00 pm: Ray Garton, LIVE GIRLS (Leisure) - From the new cover copy: "The garish neon lights of New York City’s Times Square can be very seductive.  And so can the promises of dark pleasures on the seedier side streets.  To Davey Owen, the lure of a glowing sign advertising 'Live Girls' is too hard to resist.  He was looking for a little entertainment.  He finds instead a nightmare in the form of a beautiful but strangely pale woman.  A woman who offers him passion, ecstasy—and eternal life—but takes in exchange his lifeblood and his very soul."  LIVE GIRLS is a vampire classic, but it also a skillful, beautiful and terrible look at sexuality and obsession in the shabby world of 1980's Times Square.  Meet Ray Garton and celebrate the paperback re-release of the book that made him famous!

Thursday, September 14th: Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers' Group Meeting - Contact Jade Livingston at for more information about this writers' group, which  meets at Borderlands the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at 6:00 pm.

Sunday, September 17th at 3:00 pm: Marcus Ewert, Susan Marie Groppi, and Tim Pratt, TWENTY EPICS (All Star Stories) - From the All-Star Stories website: "Epics have lost their charm. There was a time when you finished an epic.  When an epic left you feeling not discontent and exhausted, but joyous, melancholy, rejuvenated, satisfied — left you feeling that you were a better person for the experience.  TWENTY EPICS will bring that feeling back.  In ten thousand words or less."  Join us to meet editor Susan Marie Groppi and contributors Marcus Ewert and Tim Pratt, and explore this thrilling new book!

Saturday, September 23rd from 2:00 - 6:00 pm: Tachyon Publications Anniversary Party -
Borderlands helps Tachyon Publications, a Potrero Hill-based independent press, celebrate eleven years of science fiction and fantasy for grown-ups.  Readings by Peter S. Beagle, Terry Bisson, Grania Davis, Ellen Klages, Richard Lupoff, Pat Murphy, Frank Robinson, and more!  And don't miss the presentation of the third annual Norton Awards, given to two Bay Area residents for "Extraordinary invention and creativity unhampered by the constraints of paltry reason.”  We'll hope to see you here!

Thursday, September 28th: Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers' Group Meeting - Contact Jade Livingston at for more information about this writers' group, which  meets at Borderlands the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at 6:00 pm.

Wednesday, October 4th at 7:00 pm: Alexandra Sokoloff, THE HARROWING (St. Martins) - From the book's press release: "Hollywood screenwriter Alexandra Sokoloff's debut novel THE HARROWING is The Breakfast Club meets Scream, with a little ancient Jewish mysticism mixed in.  Placing five unattached, emotionally-wounded students together on a college campus, Sokoloff delivers a fast-paced psychological thriller. . . Robin Stone decides to stay on Baird College's campus for Thanksgiving break, seemingly alone, just as she had hoped. Then four schoolmates reveal their presence: Patrick, a larger-than-life football player; Lisa, an exotic, boundary-testing tease; Cain, a brooding, dark musician; and Martin, a serious, scholarly eccentric. Each has forsaken a long weekend at home due to assorted family dysfunctions.
When Lisa stumbles upon a tarnished, ancient Ouija board, the five students gather for a seance. While at first innocent, the  game quickly manifests into something more serious and sinister. They channel a spirit -- Zachary Prince, a Baird student who perished in a fire on the school's campus in 1920 -- and soon strange and inexplicable events start happening. 
Thanksgiving break concludes, the rest of campus returns, and the quintet settle into an uneasy routine. But soon they realize that they can't possibly forget what they shared on that long weekend, and they can't resist getting together for one more session with Zachary -- or whatever it is that their innocent game has unleashed."

Saturday, October 7th at 3:00 pm: Kage Baker, DARK MONDAYS (Nightshade Books) and THE MACHINE'S CHILD (Tor) - Kage Baker has not one but two fabulous books coming out!  DARK MONDAYS is a bittersweet collection of stories in which (Publisher's Weekly says) "the supernatural matter-of-factly touches the shabby lives of people in small, isolated towns, providing resolution and revelation."  THE MACHINE'S CHILD is the next Company book, picking up where CHILDREN OF THE COMPANY left off.  It is impossible to describe without spoilers, so we'll just say that the unlikely cavalry heads off to rescue Mendoza from her exile, and then. . .darn it, you'll just have to read the book!  Come chat with Kage and find out what is next in store for this talented author and her poor, benighted characters.

Saturday, October 7th at 5:00 pm: Glen Hirshberg, AMERICAN MORONS (Earthling Publications) - "From the author of the acclaimed novel THE SNOWMAN'S CHILDREN and the award-winning collection THE TWO SAMS comes American Morons, a new collection of dazzling and haunting tales...
Two traveling college students confront their disintegrating relationship and the new American reality in a breakdown lane along the Italian Superstrade. A woman chases the ghost of her neglectful father to a vanished amusement park at the end of the Long Beach pier. Two recently retired teachers learn just how much Los Angeles has taken from them.
In these atmospheric, wide-ranging, surprisingly playful, and deeply mournful stories, grandkids and widows, ice cream-truck drivers and judges, travelers and invalids all discover — and sometimes even survive — the everyday losses from which the most vengeful ghosts so often spring." 

Saturday, October 14th, Litquake Litcrawl:  Litquake, San Francisco's Literary Festival, will be held from October 6 to 14. There will be 350 authors appearing at more than forty different venues spread across the city.  Litquake is bigger than ever - 10,000 people are expected to attend this year.  "On Litquake's final night San Francisco's local flavor is especially strong with the Lit Crawl, a festive pub-hopping style evening held in the cityís Mission neighborhood.  Authors appear at more than 30 different venues, with audiences strolling from place to place to hear their favorites. The event was so popular last year that many venues were standing room only.  In some places crowds stood on the sidewalk to watch and listen through windows."  Borderlands will be doing our part for the Litcrawl, and authors who will be appearing at the store will be announced early next month.

Wednesday, October 18th at 7:00 pm: Batya Weinbaum PhD. and Ardys De Lu, "Femspec Magazine" -  "Femspec is an interdisciplinary feminist journal dedicated to critical and creative works in the realms of SF, fantasy, magical realism, surrealism, myth, folklore, and other supernatural genres."  Articles in the current issue include "The Consequences of Disney Anthropomorphism," "Sex and the Single Starship Captain: Compulsory Heterosexuality and Star Trek: Voyager," and others, plus fiction, poetry and book reviews.  Join us to meet editor Batya Weinbaum and science fiction and fantasy writer Ardys De Lu and learn about this groundbreaking periodical; its origins, current activities and its future.  For more detailed information, visit Femspec's website at <>.

Saturday, October 21st at 6:24 pm (dusk): Pete Atkins, Glen Hirshberg and Norm Patridge, "The Rolling Darkness Review" -  From their press release: "The Rolling Darkness Revue, a traveling fraternity of horror fiction's premier talents, is back on the road this October to deliver thrills and chills in celebration of the genre's favorite holiday. Now in its third year, the Rolling Darkness Revue is a multi-media experience which incorporates theatrical lighting and live music to provide much more than the usual bookstore reading."   This year we'll be joined by Pete Atkins, Glen Hirshberg and Norm Partridge, and there will be live music from Pets Gone Wild.  Don't miss this tradition that is rapidly becoming an institution! 

Borderlands event policy - all events are free of charge.  You are welcome to bring copies of an author's books purchased elsewhere to be autographed (but we do appreciate it if you purchase something while at the event).  For most events you are welcome to bring as many books as you wish for autographs.  If you are unable to attend the event we will be happy to have a copy of the author's books signed or inscribed for you.  We can then either hold it until you can come in to pick it up or we can ship it to you.  Just give us a call or drop us an email.  If you live out of town, you can also ship us books from your collection to be signed.  Call or email for details.

Chapter Two - Book Listings

Small Press Features

The Tale That Wags the God by James Blish (Advent Publishers, Hardcover, $18.00)

In Search of Wonder by Damon Knight (Advent Publishers, Hardcover, $20.00)

PITFCS: Proceedings of the Institute for Twenty-First Century Studies edited by Theodore R. Cogswell (Advent Publishers, Oversized Hardcover, $40.00)

The Science Fiction Novel - Imagination and Social Criticism by Basil Davenport and Robert A. Heinlein (Advent Publishers, Trade Paperback, $8.00) - Other contributors include C.M. Kornbluth, Alfred Bester, and Robert Bloch

Of Worlds Beyond - The Science of Science Fiction Writing edited by Lloyd Arthur Escbach (Advent Publishers, Trade Paperback, $8.00)

Heinlein in Dimension - A Critical Analysis by Alexei Panshin (Advent Publishers, Trade Paperback, $10.00)

The Ash-Tree Press Annual Macabre 2005: Haven’t I Read This Before? edited by Jack Adrian (Ash-Tree Press, Hardcover, $46.00) - With stories by W.W. Jacobs, Agatha Christie, Daphne du Maurier, Barry Perowne, Arthur Conan Doyle, Andrew Lang, Katharine Tynan, and Lafcadio Hearn.

Offspring by Jack Ketchum (Overlook Connection, Hardcover, $44.95) - One of 1000 signed and numbered limited edition copies. Sequel to OFF SEASON

The Passion Play and Other Ghost Stories by Antony Oldknow (Ash-Tree Press, Hardcover, $46.00)

The Distance Travelled by Brett Alexander Savory (Necro Publications, Hardcover, $45.00) - One of 100 signed and numbered limited edition copies

Sheila Crerar, Phychic Investigator edited by Ella Scrymsour and Jack Adrian (Ash-Tree Press, Hardcover, $44.00) - One of 500 limited edition copies. Although this is stated as a first edition, the stories were originally published in The Blue Magazine in the 1920s.

Joe R. Lansdale’s Lords of the Razor edited by Bill Sheehan and William Schafer (Subterranean, Hardcover, $100.00) - One of 500 signed and numbered limited edition copies.

Geek Poems by Charlee Jacob (Necro Publications, Trade Paperback, $19.95) - One of 300 signed and numbered limited edition copies

Gunshy by Sharon Lee (SRM Publisher, Trade Paperback, $16.95)

Modern Science Fiction: Its Meaning and Its Future edited by Reginald Bretnor (Advent, Hardcover, $18.00)

Heinlein’s Children - The Juveniles by Joseph T. Major (Advent, Hardcover, $25.00) - Introduction by Alexei Panshin.

Galaxy Magazine: The Dark and Light Years by David L. Rosheim (Advent, Hardcover, $18.00) - Foreward by Frederik Pohl.

The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy vol. 1: Who’s Who, A-L edited by Donald H. Tuck (Advent Publishers, Oversized Hardcover, $35.00) - A bibliographic survey of the fields of science fiction, fantasy and weird fiction through 1968.

The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy vol. 2: Who’s Who, M-Z edited by Donald H. Tuck (Advent Publishers, Oversized Hardcover, $35.00) - A bibliographic survey of the fields of science fiction, fantasy and weird fiction through 1968.

The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy vol. 3: Miscellaneous edited by Donald H. Tuck (Advent Publishers, Oversized Hardcover, $35.00) - A bibliographic survey of the fields of science fiction, fantasy and weird fiction through 1968.

More Issues At Hand by William Atheling, Jr. and edited by James Blish (Advent, Trade Paperback, $8.00) - Introduction by James Blish.

The Issue at Hand by William Atheling, Jr. and edited by James Blish (Advent Publishers, Trade Paperback, $8.00)

Universes of E.E. Smith by Ron Ellik and Bill Evans (Advent Publishers, Trade Paperback, $9.00) - A concordance to the “Lensman” and “Skylark” novels.

SF in Dimension by Alexei Panshin and Cory Panshin (Advent, Trade Paperback, $12.00)

The Return of The Revenge of The Son of Adult Children of Famous Monster by Ryk McIntyre (Sacred Fools, Chapbook, $5.00)

Buffalogenesis - Tales of the Amazing Conroy, vol. 2 by Lawrenc M. Schoen (SRM Publisher, Chapbook, $9.00)

The Line Between by Peter S. Beagle (Tachyon, Hardcover, $45.00, limited to 250 signed and numbered copies, and Trade Paperback, $14.95) - We still have some signed copies of the trade paperback available, too.  An amazing new collection from Peter Beagle, containing the Hugo-winning and World Fantasy Award nominated sequel to THE LAST UNICORN, "Two Hearts".  I cannot choose a favorite story from this remarkable collection.  I love "Gordon, the Self-Made Cat," which is perfectly charming, "El Regalo," which uncannily captures the thoughts and personality of a teen girl in a creepy story about a younger brother with magic powers, "Salt Wine," which recalls old fables and fairy tales, and of course "A Dance for Emilia," which will probably bring tears to your eyes.  There isn't a bad story in the lot, and several are just plain transcendental.  Strongly recommended by Jude.

Postscripts vol. 7 - Summer 2006 edited by Peter Crowther (PS Publishing, Hardcover, $50.00, limited to 150 signed and numbered copies, and Trade Paperback $10.00) - Contains stories by Jack Dann, Lucius Shepard, Jay Lake and others.

Footprints on Sand by L. Sprague de Camp and Catherine Crook de Camp (Advent Publishers, Hardcover, $18.00)

Moby Jack and Other Tall Tales by Garry Kilworth (PS Publishing, Deluxe Hardcover, $90.00, limited to 200 signed and numbered copies, and Hardcover, limited to 500 signed and numbered copies, $45.00) - Introduction by Robert Holdstock.

Two-Handed Engine by Henry Kuttner and C.L. Moore (Centipede Press, Oversized Hardcover, $225.00) - One of 200 numbered limited edition copies.

Snake Agent: A Detective Inspector Chen Novel by Liz Williams (Night Shade Books, Trade Paperback, $14.95) 

New and Notable

Nonfiction, etc:

James Tiptree, Jr.: The Double Life of Alice B. Sheldon by Julie Phillips (St. Martin’s, Hardcover, $27.95)

Bradbury Speaks: Too Soon from the Cave, Too Far from the Stars by Ray Bradbury (Harper Perennial, Trade Paperback, $14.95)

Are You a Geek? by Tim Collins (Delta, Trade Paperback, $10.00)

The Lady of Serpents - The Vampyricon vol. 2 by Douglas Cleggq (Ace, Hardcover, $23.95)

Renfield by Barbara Hambly (Berkley, Hardcover, $23.95)

Shadows Bend by David Barbour and Richard Raleigh (Ace, Mass Market, $7.99)

I’m the Vampire, That’s Why by Michele Bardsley (Signet, Mass Market, $6.99)

In Dreams by Shane Christopher (Jove, Mass Market, $6.99)

The Priest of Blood - Vampyricon vol. 1 by Douglas Clegg (Ace, Mass Market, $7.99)

Transgressions: The Ransome Woman, The Things They Left Behind by John Farris and Stephen King edited by Ed McBain (Tor, Mass Market, $7.99)

Pale Immortal by Anne Frasier (Onyx, Mass Market, $7.99)

The Blood Books vol. 3 by Tanya Huff (DAW , Mass Market, $7.99) - BLOOD DEBT and BLOOD BANK in one omnibus volume.

The Dark Tower - The Dark Tower vol. 7 by Stephen King (Scribner, Mass Market, $9.99) - This is a Pocket Books Premium Edition (oversized mass market with a 4 1/8” X 7 1/2” trim size).

The Keeper by Sarah Langan (Avon, Mass Market, $6.99)

Night Wars by Graham Masterson (Leisure, Mass Market, $6.99)

Alone on the Darkside edited by John Pelan (Roc, Mass Market, $7.99)

Dead End Dating by Kimberly Raye (Ivy Books, Mass Market, $6.99)

Infernal by F. Paul Wilson (Tor, Mass Market, $7.99) - A Repairman Jack Novel.

Dhampire: Stillborn by Nancy A. Collins and Paul Lee (DC Comics, Oversized Softcover, $3.00)

The Vampire Files vol. 2 by P.N. Elrod (Ace, Trade Paperback, $16.00) - Contains three Jack Frleming, Vampire P.I. novels: ART IN THE BLOOD, FIRE IN THE BLOOD and BLOOD ON THE WATER

Straight On ‘Til Morning by Christopher Golden (Roc, Trade Paperback, $14.00)

A Walk on the Nightside by Simon R. Green (Ace, Trade Paperback, $15.00) - Contains the first three volumes of the Nightside - SOMETHING FROM THE NIGHTSIDE, AGENTS OF LIGHT AND DARKNESS, and NIGHTINGALE’S LAMENT

Science Fiction and Fantasy:

The Road To Dune by Frank Herbert and edited by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson (Tor, Mass Market, $7.99)

Rifkind’s Challenge by Lynn Abbey (Tor, Hardcover, $24.95)

The Trouble with Aliens by Christopher Anvil (Baen, Hardcover, $24.00)

Alpha by Catherine Asaro (Baen, Hardcover, $25.00)

Armageddon’s Children by Terry Brooks (Del Rey, Hardcover, $26.95)

Dzur - Vlad Taltos vol. 10 by Steven Brust (Tor, Hardcover, $24.95)- Following directly after the last book in the series, this is another worthy entry in the Vlad Taltos stories.  And look out for the surprise at the end. - Reccomended by Alan.

Scar Night - The Deepgate Codex vol. 1 by Alan Campbell (Tor, Hardcover, $34.85) - British edtion of a very talked-about novel.  Angels and demons and other madness.  Great choice for fans of China Mieville.

The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror 19th Annual Collection edited by Ellen Datlow, Gavin J. Grant and Kelly Link (St. Martin's, Hardcover, $35.00) - Stories by Jeffrey Ford, China Mieville, Geoff Ryman and others.

Crusader - Wayfarer Redemption vol 6 by Sara Douglass (Tor, Hardcover, $27.95)

Some Golden Harbor - Lt. Leary vol. 5 by David Drake (Baen, Hardcover, $25.00) - The latest installment in the adventures of Daniel Leary and Adele Mundy place them once again aboard the Princess Cecile.  But this time the Sissy is classed as a private yacht and as a result is mostly unarmed -- which is a problem when Daniel's mission involves attacking a planetary fortress and the cruiser guarding it.  With SOME GOLDEN HARBOR, Drake continues to deliver rousing adventure and space opera in the classic style but with the added depth of historical context and an understanding of the politics of violence unmatched in the SF field.  Recommended by Alan and Jude.

Other Times Than Peace by David Drake (Baen, Hardcover, $25.00)

The Three Musketeers by Alexander Dumas (Viking, Hardcover, $35.00) - Translated with an introduction by Richard Pevear.

House of Chains - Malazan Book of the Fallen vol. 4 by Steven Erikson (Tor, Hardcover, $27.95)

The Fourth Bear by Jasper Fforde (Viking, Hardcover, $24.95)

Hounding the Moon - Tess Noncoire vol. 1 by P.R. Frost (DAW , Hardcover, $24.95) - A sweet urban fantasy that reads like a cross between Hamilton's Anita Blake books and Emma Bull.  Tess is a recently widowed fantasy writer and a member of the super-secret Sisterhood of the Celestial Blade.  She spends this novel attending science fiction conventions while trying to solve a very peculiar mystery with the help of a companion imp that only she can see.  The novel frequently strains even fantasy credulity, but the book's heroine is so darn plucky and likable and the fannish silliness is so engaging that it is easy to forgive.  Plus, this book contains lyrics to the best filk song ever!  Recommended by Jude.

The Floating Island by Elizabeth Haydon (Starscape, Hardcover, $17.95)

Time for the Stars by Robert A. Heinlein (Tor, Hardcover, $23.95)

Hunters of Dune by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson (Tor, Hardcover, $27.95) - One of 10,000 signed and numbered limited edition copies.  Yes, really -- 10,000 copies.  And if you're interested, we have pretty low numbers (i.e. in the 900 range).

Forest Mage - Soldier Son Trilogy vol. 2 by Robin Hobb (Eos, Hardcover, $25.95)

Second Wave - Acorn’s Children by Anne McCaffrey (Eos, Hardcover, $24.95)

The Kingdom Keepers by Ridley Pearson (Disney Editions, Hardcover, $17.99)

Three Days to Never by Tim Powers (Morrow, Hardcover, $25.95)

Von Neumann’s War by John Ringo and Travis S. Taylor (Baen, Hardcover, $25.00)

The Stardance Trilogy by Spider Robinson (Baen, Hardcover, $26.00)

Hurt Go Happy by Ginny Rorby (Starscape, Hardcover, $17.95)

Inda by Sherwood Smith (DAW , Hardcover, $25.95)

A Meeting at Corvallis by S.M. Stirling (Roc, Hardcover, $25.95) - Sequel to Dies the Fire and The Protector's War.

Grays by Whitley Strieber (Tor, Hardcover, $24.95)

Noisy Outlaws, Unfriendly Blobs, and Some Other Things That Aren’t as Scary, Maybe, Depending on How You Feel About Lost Lands, Stray Cellphones, Creatures from the Sky, Parents Who Disappear in Peru, a Man Named Lars Farf, and One Other Story We Couldn’t Quite Finish, So Maybe You Could Help Us Out edited by Ted Thompson and Ed Horowitz (McSweeney’s, Hardcover, $22.00) - With an introduction and almost half a story by Lemony Snicket

Shriek: An Afterword by Jeff VandeMeer (Tor, Hardcover, $24.95)

Farthing by Jo Walton (Tor, Hardcover, $25.95)

Knights of The Black and White by Jack Whyte (Putnam, Hardcover, $25.95)

Recursion by Tony Ballantyne (Bantam Spectra, Mass Market, $6.99)

Firestorm - Weather Warden vol. 5 by Rachel Caine (Roc, Mass Market, $6.99)

The Forlorn Hope by David Drake (Tor, Mass Market, $6.99)

Wolfblade - Wolfblade vol 1 by Jennifer Fallon (Tor, Mass Market, $7.99)

Bride of the Slime Monster - Cineverse Cycle vol. 2 by Craig Shaw Gardner (Ace, Mass Market, $6.99)

Hammerjack by Marc D. Giler (Bantam Spectra, Mass Market, $6.99)

Shaman’s Crossing - Soldier Son Trilogy vol. 1 by Robin Hobb (Eos, Mass Market, $7.99)

The Singer’s Crown by Elaine Isaak (Eos, Mass Market, $7.99)

Knight Tenebrae by Julianne Lee (Ace, Mass Market, $7.99)

The Devil’s Armor - Inhumans vol. 2 by John Marco (DAW , Mass Market, $7.99)

The Hero Strikes Back by Moira J. Moore (Ace, Mass Market, $7.99)

The Shaktra by Christopher Pike (Tor, Mass Market, $6.99)

Thud! by Terry Pratchett (HarperTorch, Mass Market, $7.99)

The Finest Choice by Jean Rabe (Tor, Mass Market, $6.99)

The Books of Spirits by James Reese (Avon, Mass Market, $7.99)

Very Bad Deaths by Spider Robinson (Baen, Mass Market, $7.99)

The Disappeared - A Retrieval Artist Novel by Kristine Kathryn Rusch (Roc, Mass Market, $6.50)

Pointblank - Starfist: Force Recon vol. 2 by David Sherman and Dan Cragg (Del Rey, Mass Market, $6.99)

The Protector’s War by S.M. Stirling (Roc, Mass Market, $7.99)

We Few - March Upcountry vol. 4 by David Weber (Baen, Mass Market, $7.99)

Shadowmarch - Shadowmarch, vol. 1 by Tad Williams (DAW , Mass Market, $8.99)

The Wizard - Wizard Knight vol 2 by Gene Wolfe (Tor, Mass Market, $7.99)

The Homecoming by Ray Bradbury (HarperCollins, Other Hardcover, $14.95) - Illustrated by Dave McKean

System of the World - Baroque Cycle vol. 3 by Neal Stephenson (William Morrow, Oversized Hardcover, $200.00) - Limited to 1000 copies. Not the true first, but a truly limited, signed, slip-cased edition. Book and slipcase bound in Japanese silk. Printed on heavy paperstock, oversized 7x10 trim size, with two color printing throughout. Designed by Hill House.

The Five Fists of Science by Matt Fraction and Steven Sanders (Image Comics, Oversized Softcover, $7.00)

The Legend of GrimJack vol. 5 by John Ostrander (IDW Publishing, Oversized Softcover, $24.99)

The Blade Itself - The First Law vol. 1 by Joe Abercrombie (Gollancz, Trade Paperback, $20.08)

Mammoth Book of Extreme Science Fiction edited by Mike Ashley (Carroll & Graf, Trade Paperback, $13.95) - Stories by Cory
Doctorow & Charles Stross, Alastair Reynolds, Theodore Sturgeon and others.

Little Myth Marker by Robert Asprin (Ace, Trade Paperback, $6.99)

Necklace of Kisses by Francesca Lia Block (Harper, Trade Paperback, $12.95)

The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror 19th Annual Collection edited by Ellen Datlow, Gavin Grant and Kelly Link (St. Martin's, Trade Paperback, $19.95) - Stories by Jeffrey Ford, China Mieville, Geoff Ryman and others.

It’s Superman! by Tom De Haven (Ballantine, Trade Paperback, $13.95)

House of Chains - Malazan Book of the Fallen vol. 4 by Steven Erikson (Tor, Trade Paperback, $14.95)

A Breath of Snow and Ashes - Outlander vol. 6 by Diana Gabaldon (Delta, Trade Paperback, $15.00)

Stardust by Neil Gaiman (Harper Perrenial, Trade Paperback, $13.95)

Stamping Butterflies by Jon Courtney Grimwood (Bantam Spectra, Trade Paperback, $12.00) - What do a mysterious, would-be presidential assassin (who just maybe used to be a famous punk muscian) and a far-future all-powerful Chinese emperor have in common?  If you crashed ALTERED CARBON very hard into WHEN GRAVITY FAILS and then removed the detective elements, you might have something like this novel.  Recommended by Jude.

The Privilege of the Sword by Ellen Kushner (Bantam Spectra, Trade Paperback, $14.00)

Brother to Dragons, Companion to Owls by Jane Lindskold (Orb, Trade Paperback, $14.95)

The Martian War - A Thrilling Eyewitness Account of the Recent Alien Invasion As Reported By Mr. H.G. Wells by Gabriel Mesta (Pocket, Trade Paperback, $14.00) - Kevin J. Anderson writing as Gabriel Mesta.

The 13 1/2 Lives of Captain Bluebear by Walter Moers (Overlook, Trade Paperback, $16.95) - Translation by John Brownjohn.

Tumbling After by Paul Witcover (Eos, Trade Paperback, $13.95)

New and Notable DVDs

2LDK directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi (TLA Releasing, DVD, $10.99) - Japanse Horror / suspense.

Ab-Normal Beauty directed by Oxide Pang (Tartan Asia Extreme, DVD, $22.95) - Hong Kong Horror

Area 88 directed by Hisayuki Toriumi (ADV Films, DVD, $29.98)

Blood The Last Vampire directed by Hiroyuki Kitakubo (Manga Video, DVD, $19.98)

The Booth directed by Yoshihiro Nakamura (Tartan Asia Extreme, DVD, $22.95) - Japanese Horror

Captain Blood / Captain Pirate directed by Gordon Douglas and Ralph Murphy (MGM, DVD, $19.94)

Cello directed by Lee Woo-Chul (Tartan Asia Extreme, DVD, $22.95) - Korean Horror.

Cemetery Man directed by Michele Soavi (Anchor Bay, DVD, $19.98) - Italian horror.

Crystalstone / The Boy and the Pirate directed by Antonio Pelaez and Bert I. Gordon (MGM, DVD, $19.94)

Danger After Dark Collection: 2LDK, Suicide Club, Moon Child directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi (TLA Releasing, DVD, $29.99) - Triple feature of Japanese Horror and SF.

Dead Waves directed by Yoichiro Hayama (Genius Entertainment, DVD, $24.98)

Deer Woman (Masters of Horror) directed by John Landis (Anchor Bay, DVD, $16.99)

Forbidden Warrior directed by Jimmy Nickerson (MTI Video, DVD, $9.98) - Korean Fantasy / epic.

Galaxy Angel Z directed by Morio Asaka and Yoshimitsu Ohashi (Bandai, DVD, $39.98)

Gemini directed by Shinya Tsukamoto (Image Entertainment, DVD, $19.99) - Japanese Horror / Fantasy movie by the director of Tetsuto, Iron Man

Ju-Rei directed by Koji Shiraishi (Pathfinder Entertainment, DVD, $14.98)

Moon Child directed by Takahisa Zeze (TLA Releasing, DVD, $10.99) - Japanese Science fiction movie.

Mystery of the Necronomicon directed by Hideki Takayama (Anime 18, DVD, $29.98)

Prophecy directed by John Frankenheimer (Paramount, DVD, $9.99)

Queen Emeraldas directed by Yuji Asada (ADV, DVD, $29.98) - Based on manga drawn by Leiji Matsumoto in 1978, this OAV series continues the Space Pirate Captain Harlock cycle.  Emeraldas, who once loved Harlock, plies the sea of space in the Queen Emeraldas, a starship that resembles a blimp attached to a 17th-century sailing vessel.

Satan’s Slave / Corpse Master directed by Sisworo Gautama Putra (BCI Eclipse, DVD, $14.98) - Thai / Chinese horror films

Saw directed by James Wan (Lions Gate, DVD, $19.98)

Singapore Sling directed by Mike Nikolaidis (Synapse Films, DVD, $29.95)

Somerday’s Dreamers 1: Magical Dreamer directed by Masami Shimoda (Pioneer, DVD, $29.98)

Texhnolyze: Inhumane and Beautiful directed by Hiroshi Hamasaki (Geneon, DVD, $29.98)

The Quiet Earth directed by Geoff Murphy (Anchor Bay, DVD, $24.98)

The Uninvited directed by Su-Yeon Lee (Panik House Entertainment, DVD, $19.95) - Korean Horror.

V for Vendetta directed by James McTeigue (Warner, DVD, $28.98)

V for Vendetta - Two Disk set directed by James McTeigue (Warner, DVD, $34.99)

Weird Worlds Collection; The Phantom Planet, First Spaceship on Venus, Destination Moon, and Project Moonbase directed by William Marshall (Image Entertainment, DVD, $24.99)

Featured Upcoming Titles

(These titles have not arrived yet.  You may pre-order any of these books by calling or emailing us.  Prices may be subject to change.  Of course, we have many more titles arriving each week . . . call or email us if you're curious about a particular upcoming title not listed here.)

ZIMA BLUE by Alastair Reynolds (Nightshade Books, Limited Hardcover $49.00 and Trade Hardcover $26.95) - Despite the fact that Alastair Reynolds has published fiction in professional venues since 1990, with over thirty stories now in print, and has published six novels, two of which were nominated for the Arthur C. Clarke Award, and one of which (Chasm City) won the British Science Fiction Association Award, this is his very first short fiction collection.
It spans almost the whole of his career, ranging from “Enola” (which appeared in 1991, only his third sale) right up to recent work such as “Understanding Space and Time,” a novella written in 2005, and “Signal to Noise,” a new piece written specially for this book. It is the perfect showcase for the evolution of his writing and themes over the last sixteen years, and features extensive story notes.
Since 2000, Reynolds has been publishing large novels at a rate of one a year, all but two of them are set against a consistent background known as the Revelation Space universe. The stories in ZIMA BLUE, however, while occasionally related to each other, do not partake of that claustrophobic, machine-haunted history. They represent a more optimistic take on humanity’s future, a view that says there may be wars, there may be catastrophes and cosmic errors, but something human will still survive.

THE SECRET CITY by Carol Emshwiller (Tachyon Publications, Trade Paperback, $14.95) - This inventive adventure centers on a mysterious enclave protecting a lost culture, a hidden city in the wilderness where stranded aliens struggle to preserve their fragile society. Hoping for a better life many have fled the Secret City, trying to survive in the harsh human world; others remain concealed, living out a fading memory in hope of deliverance. When the mythical rescuers suddenly arrive, insisting on an immediate interplanetary return, these very-human aliens discover that neither world is truly their own. This highly original novel leads readers on a heroic journey, told with a subtle interplay of camaraderie and alienation, delving into the very essence of identity.

PORTABLE CHILDHOODS by Ellen Klages (Tachyon Publications, Trade Paperback, $14.95) - Skirting the border between childhood and adulthood this innovative collection offers a tantalizing glimpse of what lies hidden just beyond the ordinary. Mysticism, heroism, cruelty, and compassion thread through these multifaceted tales, which range from the origins of the Manhattan Project to a culinary object-lesson, from 1950s-era corruption to a slight glitch in Creation.  From the publication of her first story, nominated for both the Hugo and Nebula awards, Ellen Klages has continued to entertain and challenge her readers.  Collected here for the first time, and including an excerpt from her breakout first novel THE GREEN GLASS SEA, these stories have been called timeless, delightful, chilling, and beautiful.  This is short fiction at its best, emerging from a unique and powerful voice.

PAST MAGIC by Ian MacLeod (PS Publishing Deluxe Slipcased Hardcover (Limited to 200 copies) $90.00 and Hardcover (Limited to 500 copies) $45.00) - One of the finest SF and fantasy short fiction writers in Britain today, Ian R. MacLeod has won or been shortlisted for Hugo, Nebula, World Fantasy, Sturgeon, British SF, Tiptree, John W. Campbell and Sidewise Awards for his deeply felt, marvelously atmospheric, and highly ingenious stories.  Like an inspired fusion of Ray Bradbury and Brian Aldiss, he captures brilliantly the intersection of future possibility and the extremes of human emotion. Now, PS Publishing presents PAST MAGIC, MacLeod's third collection, and his strongest yet.
The tales gathered here range from slyly rendered time travel to Lovecraftian horror, from alternate histories of theocratic ascendancy and alienated celebrities to a vision of an astronaut lost between universes, from vivid speculative social realism to a meditation on the place of realist art in a world dominated by effortless virtual reality.

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