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Archive for June, 2013

Electronic Periodicals, late June

Beneath Ceaseless Skies • Literary adventure fantasy, since 2008; publisher and editor-in-chief Scott H. Andrews • Format: Online; PDF and ebook formats • Frequency: biweekly • http://www.beneath-ceaseless-skies.com/ June 2013— Cover art by Tuomas Korpi • Issue 123, posted June 13, has stories by Ian McHugh and Don Allmon, with podcast story by M. Bennardo. • […]

New Books, Supplemental June

Iain Banks’ last novel The Quarry, titles by McBride, Tobler, and Yellowboy from Prime Books’ new digital imprint, and other titles by Davidson, Lee, Littlewood, and Marshall

New Books, 25 June

New this week: Christopher Priest’s The Adjacent, Graham Joyce’s The Year of the Ladybird, Ofir Touché Gafla’s The World of the End, and titles by Ashby, Berman, Extence, Greer, Haley, Kemp, McCullough, Nickle, Niven & Harrington, Roman, and Wolverton

Weekly Bestsellers, 24 June

Stephen King’s Joyland rises to #1 on five lists.

Classic Reprints, June

SF Masterworks by Isaac Asimov and James Morrow, a novel by Richard Bowes, and backlists from Paul Di Filippo, Norman Spinrad, and Theodore Sturgeon

New Books, 18 June

New this week: Neil Gaiman’s The Ocean at the End of the Lane, S.M. Wheeler’s debut novel Sea Change, nonfiction by Fred Nadis about Ray Palmer, and titles by Ahlborn, Barry, Berman, Bledsoe, Clarke, Hoover, Knight, Patrick, Pratchett & Baxter, Scholes, Yolen & Stemple, and Zafón

Weekly Bestsellers, 17 June

Stephen King’s Joyland debuts strongly; titles by Card & Johnston and Corey also debut.

New in Paperback, June

Alastair Reynolds’ Blue Remembered Earth, Kevin Barry’s City of Bohane, Neal Stephenson’s Some Remarks, and titles by Bernobich, Bova, Harkness, Kadrey, McCaffrey & McCaffrey, O’Neal, Palma, Spencer, and Weber

New Books, 11 June

New this week: Brian Aldiss’ last SF novel (maybe), Finches of Mars, Will McIntosh’s Love Minus Eighty, Elizabeth Moon’s Limits of Power, and titles by Jones, Sheehan, Swain, and Ware

Weekly Bestsellers, 10 June

Dean Koontz’ Deeply Odd debuts strongly on three lists.

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