Q&A: Jim Butcher

Jim Butcher

Butcher talks to LJ about his new novel Skin Game

Posthumous ebook from Butler, plus e-originals from Moon, Regnery, Schmidt, & Stone | Xpress Reviews

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An sf joy from the late Butler, a frothy concoction from Moon, a sweet story of trusting yourself from Regnery, realistic dialog from Schmidt, and some steam and emotion from Stone

Expect the Unexpected: New Stories from Octavia E. Butler

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Octavia E. Butler, one of the first African American science fiction authors to attract mainstream literary acclaim and the first writer in this genre to receive the MacArthur Fellowship (or the “Genius Grant”), died in 2006 at the age of 58.Today Open Road Integrated Media, Butler’s digital publisher, announced that it will publish two previously unpublished stories by the Hugo and Nebula-Award winning writer as an ebook.

Butcher’s New Dresden Novel, Time Travel from Gregory, Harris Launches Texas Trilogy, Paull’s Debut of the Month | SF/Fantasy Reviews

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Butcher’s Skin Game is urban fantasy par excellence, Gregory takes on Big Pharma, Harris’s Midnight Crossroad accepts the unbelievable and fantastical, The Bees and an independent thinker, and more

Spring Best Debuts

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An array of first novels that display the creativity and imagination rampant in today’s fiction. Libraries need to take note.

Science Fiction/Fantasy Reviews | March 15, 2014

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Reviews of Rjurik Davidson’s Unwrapped Sky, Katherine Addison’s The Goblin Emperor, Adam Christopher’s The Burning Dark, and a list of titles from the March 15 issue.

Science Fiction/Fantasy Reviews | February 15, 2014

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Reviews of Anne Bishop’s Murder of Crows, Patricia Briggs’s Night Broken: A Mercy Thompson Novel, Mur Lafferty’s Ghost Train to New Orleans, Daniel Price’s The Flight of the Silvers, Jeff VanderMeer’s Wonderbook, Ben Aaronovitch’s Broken Homes, Chris Marie Green Only the Good Die Young, and a list of titles from the February 15 issue.

Science Fiction/Fantasy Reviews | January 2014

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Megan M. McArdle joins LJ, Jo Walton’s What Makes This Book So Great, James L. Cambias’s A Darkling Sea, Jeff VanderMeer’s Annihilation; check out the sf/fantasy column from the January issue

Xpress Reviews: E-Originals | First Look at New Books, January 10, 2014

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More fireman adventures from Bernard, a compelling fantasy from Moore, Schroeder has Something To Prove, Wolff’s plot will intrigue even the most skeptical readers

The Forever Engine, The Doctor and the Dinosaurs, and Rise Again Below Zero | Sf/Fantasy

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With thoughts of the holidays and gift-giving on our minds, this month’s column has some selections that would make great presents for the sf/fantasy lover in your family. Two steampunk offerings come to mind: game designer and noir sf writer Frank Chadwick’s The Forever Engine and Mike Resnick’s latest installment in his Doc Holliday Weird […]

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