Subterranean Press has announced two new titles. The first is Marionettes, Inc. by Ray Bradbury. In five stories (one of them original to this collection, plus a rare, previously unpublished screen treatment), Bradbury explores the concept of Robotics and examines its impact on the day-to-day lives of ordinary people. The trade hardcover sells for $35. Find out more here: Marionettes, Inc.
The second title is a two-novella volume by Lucius Shepard that contains the previously uncollected tales Vacancy and Ariel. Both are Lucius at the top of his game, and not slated to appear in any collection in the near future, so you’ll be getting 220 pages of Shepard’s luminous prose, all wrapped up neatly in a double-fronted dust jacket by J. K. Potter. This one will be released in January. To find out more: Lucius Shepard