Posts tagged: ellen datlow

Top 10 most-anticipated books of May 2014

Posted on 2014-05-05 at 18:33 by Sam

Everyone has their own lists, but here's mine: what I'm most looking forward to this month, in chronological order of release, with audiobook information if I know about it:


 Mary Rickert The Memory Garden excerpt

Authority by Jeff VanderMeer (FSG Originals, May 6) -- "In Annihilation, Jeff VanderMeer introduced the mysteries of Area X—a remote and lush terrain mysteriously sequestered from civilization. It was the first volume of a projected trilogy; well in advance of publication, translation rights had sold all around the world and

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An Interview with Ellen Kushner on Riverside's Scholars, Swordsmen, and Neil Gaiman Presents

Posted on 2014-02-05 at 21:4 by Dave

If I was going to pick an audiobook that I listened to last year as my favorite listen, regardless of when it came out, I'm pretty sure my choice would be Ellen Kushner's The Privilege of the Sword (Review). It was thrilling, fun, and had so much to think about regarding gender roles in society. And the performances were a pure delight. I can't wait to listen to it again! Kushner is the author of three novels in the Riverside world: Swordspoint, The Privilege of the Sword, and The Fall of the Kings, all of

Posted in Interviews | Tagged ellen datlow, neil gaiman presents, swordspoint

Release Week: Ellen Datlow's Tails of Wonder and Imagination, Scott Sigler's Nocturnal, Faith Hunter's Cat 'O Nine Tales, Dean Koontz's Innocence, How to Train Your Dragon, and more

Posted on 2013-12-11 at 21:56 by Sam

DECEMBER 4-10, 2013: We're well into the quietest weeks of the year in terms of the publishing schedule, but still a few stellar audiobook picks for you this week from anthologies to collections to children's books and a classic short novel as well as the latest from Dean Koontz and Scott Sigler. In 'audiobook news' my eyebrows went up to finally see Nicola Griffith's Hild on pre-order listings, though under narrator Pearl Hewitt instead of the previously-announced Anne Flosnick. It appears I have been

Posted in Release Week | Tagged dean koontz, ellen datlow, faith hunter, phil gigante, scott sigler