PS Publishing has a busy production schedule unfolding this month and in the upcoming weeks. Here are a couple of recent titles, a few titles due in this week, and even some titles due to appear very early in the new year.

Two recently-arrived titles:

  • Transparent Lovers by Scott Nicholson (unsigned edition, £12; signed edition, 100 copies only, £25)
  • A Princess of the Linear Jungle by Paul Di Filippo (unsigned edition, £11.99; signed edition, 100 copies only, £24.99)

Books due in this week or early next:

  • Christmas With The Dead by Joe R. Lansdale (the Christmas chapbook: unsigned, £7.99; signed edition, 300 copies only, £14.99)
  • Ventriloquism by Catherynne M. Valente (unsigned edition, £19.99)
  • The Colorado Kid by Stephen King – a 300-copy reprint which features all three of the original PS covers.
  • The Lives Of The Savages by Robert Edric (unsigned edition, £11.99; signed edition, 100 copies only, £24.99)
  • Insinuations by Jack Dann (unsigned edition, £14.99; signed edition, £29.99)
  • Tomorrow Revisited (unsigned, £29.99; traycased edition, with an individual piece of artwork from legendary Eagle artist Don Harley, signed by all contributors, 100 copies only, £295).

And books due in January:

  • Ventriloquism by Catherynne M. Valente (signed traycased edition, 100 copies only, £49.99)
  • Home Fires by Gene Wolfe (300 copies signed by author, £30; traycased edition signed by author and Al Reynolds, 100 copies only, £60 – these 20% reduced prices are only available until the end of December 2010!)
  • The New And Perfect Man: Postscripts #24/25 (unsigned edition, £30; signed traycased edition, 200 copies only, £60)
  • A Woman Of Mars by Helen Patrice (Stanza Press poetry collection signed by the author and artist Bob Eggleton, 300 copies, £15)

And watch out for these forthcoming titles:

  • Greentown Redux by Ray Bradbury (Stanza Press poetry collection)
  • The Excesses Of Youth by Steven Erikson
  • Trapped In The Saturday Matinee by Joe R. Lansdale
  • Slave Girls of Gunpowder by Joe Hill
  • Ghoul Warning by Brian Lumley (Stanza Press poetry collection)

It’s all happening at: PS Publishing

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