The second printing of William Hope Hodgson’s Collected Fiction Volume One: The Boats of the Glen Carrig and Other Nautical Adventures is now in stock at Night Shade Books, which has recently redesigned its website. If you missed the first printing, now’s your chance.
Also now in stock is the mass market paperback of Liz Williams’ The Demon and the City. Yes, the second Detective Inspector Chen novel is finally available in mass market paperback. The book may be pocket-sized, but Liz Williams’ storytelling is as big as ever. And don’t forget, Snake Agent is available in mass market as well.
Another recent arrival is Glen Cook’s The Dragon Never Sleeps, a masterpiece of galaxy-spanning space opera. If you know Glen Cook primarily through his fantasies, such as the Dread Empire novels, then prepare to be astonished! Invincible warships! Mysterious aliens! Scheming diplomats! All this … and the ultimate battle for survival!
Wastelands editor, John Joseph Adams, has assembled a collection containing the best post-apocalyptic literature of the last two decades from many of today’s most renowned authors of speculative fiction, including George R.R. Martin, Gene Wolfe, Orson Scott Card, Carol Emshwiller, Jonathan Lethem, Octavia E. Butler, and Stephen King.
Finally, David Drake’s The Complete Hammer’s Slammers Volume 3 is in stock and shipping. This one was unfortunately delayed due to planned cover artist John Berkey’s ongoing health problems. Fortunately, David Martin was able to step in, and the cover he delivered is downright stunning. This volume contains the last two Slammers Novels: The Sharp End and Paying the Piper as well as new artwork, and a new Slammers story, “The Darkness.”
It’s all happening at: Night Shade Books