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September 18th, 2004

Prime Publication Schedules [Sep. 18th, 2004|01:29 pm]
I'm not particularly fond of publicising publication schedules, as I know better, but here we go, anyway. We have some really good surprises mixed in 2004 and then in 2005, but we won't speak of 2005 quite yet. I'm just going to list a couple:

October / November / December

The Labryinth, Catherynne M. Valente (hb), novel, fantasy, original

Circus of a Grand Design, Robert Freeman Wexler (hb), novel, fantasy, original

Gunning for the Buddha, Michael Jasper (hb), ss collection, fantasy/sf, original

Black Blossom, Boban Knezevic (hb), novel, fantasy, original

Tainaron: Mail from Another City, Leena Krohn (hb), novel, fantasy, original

Harp, Pipe, and Symphony, Paul Di Filippo (hb), fantasy, original

The Rat and the Serpent, Bryn Llewellyn (hb), novel, fantasy, original

The Book of Dreams, Catherynne M. Valente (hb), novel, fantasy, original

The San Veneficio Canon, Michael Cisco (p) – collection of The Divinity Student (reprint) and The Golem (sequel), fantasy

Next year's is even moreso exciting, with novels by Angela Jooste, Bryn Llewelyn, Anna Tambour, and many many more, as I accept 'em left and right. Right now I'm currently looking at a short novel, A Verse from Babylon, by Jeannelle M. Ferreira that just absolutely blows my socks off. She's definitely going places. More on this later.

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Offset Program Schedule [Sep. 18th, 2004|03:29 pm]
Since the introduction of the offset hardcover programme in March, we've been merrily chugging away.

March / June
The Gates of Empire, Robert E. Howard
The Treasures of Tartary, Robert E. Howard

The Labyrinth, Catherynne M. Valente
The Maker of Gargoyles, Clark Ashton Smith
Harp, Pipe, and Symphony, Paul Di Filippo
Circus of the Grand Design, Robert Freeman Wexler

November / December
Yume No Hon: The Book of Dreams, Catherynne M. Valente
Kiss the Goat, Brian Stableford
The Engineer Reconditioned, Neal Asher
Shadow Kingdoms, Robert E. Howard
The Spartacus File, Lawrence Watt-Evans and Carl Parlagreco

Shadow Kingdoms really marks the first title in a ten-volumet set of Howard's weird fiction and it marks increased print runs. Most of the early titles have been granted 600 to 750-copy print runs, but Shadow Kingdoms is getting 1,200. We're adding more titles as we go along and it's expected that we'll do twenty to twenty-four offset titles next year, given time and energy.

we remain, as always, yrs most obedient servant,
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