* Aldiss, Brian : The Complete Short Stories: The 1950s
(UK: HarperCollins UK/The Friday Project 978-0-00-748208-5, £9.99, 200pp, trade paperback, September 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 12 Sep 2013
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: B00ALKTXCK

Collection of over 50 stories, the first volume in a projected series of volumes that will collect the author’s complete short fiction.
• Titles include “Not for an Age”, “T”, “Let’s Be Frank”, and “Who Can Replace a Man?”
• HarperCollins’ site has a page for the second volume, due in January, but not one for this book.
• Amazon’s “Look Inside” function provides previews, including the table of contents.

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+ Ashley, Mike, ed. : The Mammoth Book of Time Travel SF
(Running Press 978-0762449392, $13.95, 512pp, trade paperback, September 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Tue 3 Sep 2013
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: B00BSSRK6K

Anthology of 25 mostly previously published stories about time travel. At least one story, by Simon Clark, is original to this book
• Authors include Gregory Benford, Fritz Leiber, Michael Swanwick, Robert Silverberg, Steven Utley, Kage Baker, and Ellen Klages.
• Amazon’s “Look Inside” function provides previews, including the table of contents.
• Amazon’s Kindle edition was available in July.

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Bishop, Michael : Ancient of Days
(Fairwood Press 978-1-933846-39-2, $18.99, 328pp, trade paperback, August 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Sun 1 Sep 2013

(First edition: Arbor House, July 1985)

SF novel about a living specimen of Homo habilis that appears in 1980s George.
• Fairwood’s site has this description with blurbs from Samuel R. Delany and others.
• This edition has a new introduction by Michael H. Hutchins.
• It was a finalist for the Arthur C. Clarke Award in 1988.

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* Blaylock, James : SF Gateway Omnibus: The Last Coin, The Paper Grail, All the Bells on Earth
(UK: Gollancz 978-0575117556, £18.99, 848pp, trade paperback, September 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 26 Sep 2013

Omnibus of a three novels first published in 1988, 1991, and 1995 respectively.
• SF Gateway’s site has this description.
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* Blish, James : SF Gateway Omnibus: Black Easter, The Day after Judgement, The Seedling Stars
(UK: Gollancz 978-0575129306, $18.99, 320pp, trade paperback, September 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 26 Sep 2013

Omnibus of a three novels first published in 1968, 1971, and 1957 respectively. The first two are related religious fantasy novels; the third is the author’s first short story collection.
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Crowley, John : AEgypt
(Orion/Gollancz 9780575083004, £9.99, 448pp, trade paperback, October 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 10 Oct 2013
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 9780575083141
Aegypt #1

(First edition: Bantam Spectra, April 1987)

Fantasy novel, first volume of a four book Ægypt seqeuence, about historian Pierce Moffett, who suspects the physical laws of the universe may be changing.
• Gollancz’s site has this description. This is a new volume in the publihser’s “Fantasy Masterworks” series.
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* Davis, Hank, ed. : In Space No One Can Hear You Scream
(Baen 978-1-4516-3941-4, $15, 336pp, trade paperback, October 2013, cover art Bob Eggleton)
Nominal Publication Date: Tue 1 Oct 2013
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 978-1-62579-196-2

SF anthology of 13 Halloween-themed stories.
• Three stories, by Sarah A. Hoyt, Tony Daniel, and Hank Davis, are original to this volume.
• Other stories are by Arthur C. Clarke, George R.R. Martin, Clark Ashton Smith, Theodore Sturgeon, and others.
• Baen’s site has this description with links to several excerpts.

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Dick, Philip K., & Roger Zelazny : Deus Irae
(Orion/Gollancz 978-0575134096, £8.99, 192pp, trade paperback, October 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 10 Oct 2013
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 9780575134102

(First edition: Doubleday, 1976)

SF novel about a post-World War III religious leader, and a limbless painter trying to seek him out.
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Moorcock, Michael : Von Bek
(Gollancz 9780575092457, £12.99, 608pp, trade paperback, October 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 10 Oct 2013

(First edition: Millennium, November 1992)

Omnibus of two novels, The War Hound and the World’s Pain (1981) and The City of the Autumn Stars (1986), about mercenary Ulrich Von Bek.
• This edition is revised and updated by the author.
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Powers, Tim : Last Call
(Gollancz 9780575116818, £9.99, 560pp, trade paperback, October 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 10 Oct 2013
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 9780575117822

(First edition: Morrow, April 1992)

Fantasy novel about a professional poker player whose father, who killed Bugsy Siegel in 1948, is now determined to kill his son.
• Gollancz’s site has this description. This is a new volume in the publihser’s “Fantasy Masterworks” series.
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• The book won both the World Fantasy Award and the Locus Award for best fantasy novel.

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Verne, Jules : Magellania
(University Of Nebraska Press/Bison Books 978-0803246119, $19.95, 208pp, trade paperback, October 2013)
Nominal Publication Date: Tue 1 Oct 2013

First English translation (by Benjamin Ivry) of one of several novels unpublished at the time of Verne’s death, about Kaw-djer, a Western man who lives on a remote island where he’s regarded as a demigod.
• This is a new edition of the translation first published in 2002 by Welcome Rain Publishers.
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