Posts tagged: ben bova

Release Week(s): Carbide Tipped Pens, The Godless, The Strange Library, Winterswim, The Martian Race, The Winter King, Ari Marmell's "Hot Lead, Cold Iron", and Cory Doctorow's "Information Doesn't Want to Be Free"

Posted on 2014-12-18 at 3:15 by Sam

NOVEMBER 26-DECEMBER 9, 2014: A fantastic and wide-ranging fortnight of releases for you to start December, including epic fantasy, hard sf, Arthurian legend, a whimsy from Murakami, a GraphicAudio magical noir, non-fiction, and more. Do check out some of the "also out" listings as well such as Kazuaki Takano's A Genocide of One, Richard Parks' Yamada Monogotari, and Felicia Hajra-Lee's The Niantic Project: Ingress for Google's Niantic Labs, and plenty of mysteries and thrillers besides, including Moriarty,

Posted in Release Week | Tagged ari marmell, ben bova, ben peek, carbide tipped pens, chris sorensen, cory doctorow, eric choi, gabrielle de cuir, gregory benford, haruki murakami, information doesn't want to be free, kirby heyborne, paul michael garcia, ryan w bradley, the godless, the martian race, the strange library, wil wheaton, winterswim

Release Week: Nnedi Okorafor's Lagoon, Geoff Ryman's The Warrior Who Carried Life, Michael J. Sullivan's Hollow World, Ben Bova's Transhuman, Jay Lake's collection The Sky That Wraps, and Cory Doctorow's Homeland

Posted on 2014-04-17 at 19:35 by Sam

APRIL 9-15, 2014: After two massive release weeks in a row, we get a bit of a breather here in terms of overall numbers, but a half-dozen fantastic titles make for another week of hard choices for those without infinite time for listening. The ALSO OUT listings have a few items of interest as well, particularly Frank Herbert's Direct Descent read by Scott Brick, Matthew Costello's post-apocalyptic horror novel Home, Shae Ford's Slight and Shadow, and a wide selection of teen and middle grade titles

Posted in Release Week | Tagged ben bova, cory doctorow, geoff ryman, hollow world, homeland, jay lake, jonathan davis, lagoon, michael j sullivan, nnedi okorafor, stefan rudnicki, the sky that wraps, the warrior who carried life, transhuman, wil wheaton

Release Week: Karen Lord's The Best of All Possible Worlds, Karen Russell's Vampires in the Lemon Grove, Ben Bova's Farside, and Hiroshi Sakurazaka's All You Need is Kill

Posted on 2013-02-14 at 3:50 by Sam

The second release week in February comes with quite a haul, with deep future sf from Mythopoetic Award-winner Karen Lord, a lush collection from Karen Russell, a pair of highly anticipated continued epic fantasy series from Recorded Books, new sf from Ben Bova read by Stefan Rudnicki, and one of the more unique audiobooks to come this year, All You Need Is Kill by Hiroshi Sakurazaka. (And one of the more unique books of last year, Patrick Wensink's Broken Piano for President, gets a professional unabridged

Posted in Release Week | Tagged ben bova, karen lord, karen russell, stefan rudnicki