Friday, January 26, 2007

New, Newer, and Newest

Two books right off the presses, a bunch more almost done, and we've just announced our next set of books to our distributor. I've got about five minutes to breathe, so here's what's going on.

Now available

The Fate of Mice by Susan Palwick
The Secret City by Carol Emshwiller

Coming soon
(see 'em here)

April 2007: Portable Childhoods by Ellen Klages

May 2007: A Fine and Private Place by Peter S. Beagle

June 2007: Year's Best Fantasy 7, Kathryn Cramer and David G. Hartwell, eds.

July 2007: The Asimov's SF 30th Anniversary Anthology, edited by Sheila Williams

Newly Announced

September 2007: The Dog Said Bow-Wow by Michael Swanwick

September 2007: Shatterday by Harlan Ellison

October 2007: Rewired: The New Cyberpunk Anthology, James Patrick Kelly and John Kessel, eds.

January 2008: The James Tiptree Award Anthology 4, Karen Joy Fowler, Pat Murphy, Debbie Notkin, and Jeffrey D. Smith eds.

February 2008: The New Weird Anthology, edited by Ann and Jeff VanderMeer

March 2008: Sweet Lightning by Peter S. Beagle

I'm amused that when Jeff posted the New Weird cover and a brief FAQ, the fur started flying. My favorite comment so far: "Everytime I hear the phrase New Weird, my soul vomits a little." Subtitle, maybe?

Jill

2 Comments:

Blogger Rodney said...

Impressive list. Saw the New Weird on Vandermeer's blog. Strong contents with a slick cover. Looks like a real winner. Is the Michael Swanwick book a collection of his Darger and Surplus stories? Oh, I hope so. And what is Sweet Lightning?

1/27/2007 3:38 AM  
Blogger Tachyon Publications said...

Thanks, Rodney. The list was too good to keep to ourselves. Jeff and Ann are doing a fantastic job with the NW anthology.

The Dog Said Bow-Wow has all three of Swanwick's existing Darger and Surplus stories, but there aren't any new ones to publish (we'd snap them up in a minute if there were). The collection will have an original novelette that Michael's currently working on.

Sweet Lightning is an original Peter S. Beagle fantasy novel set in the 1950s, about a Pittsburgh Pirates team that never was. I'm not allowed to say much more about it...yet.

Jill

1/27/2007 5:23 PM  

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