Tag Archives: science fiction
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Piper Deez and the Case of the Winter Planet by M. Fenn: Cover Reveal and Synopsis

Lovers of Blade Runner and kickass women: feast your eyes on Chelsea Neveu’s evocative cover to M. Fenn’s Piper Deez and the Case of the Winter Planet that fully captures the harsh, intrigue-riddled world of the novella’s inhabitants. Piper Deez is a nifty SFnal twist on hardboiled noir fused to space opera—Outland meets Smilla’s Sense […]

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May Expeditions

May bids fair to be a happily busy month! To celebrate recent-past and near-future launches, we have two giveaways and yet another glowing review! At GoodReads, we just launched the giveaway for Robin Shortt’s smashing original fantasy adventure Wellside, a tour de force of subgenre fusion that just cries out to become an immersive movie […]

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Launch of The Reckless

“It ain’t all buttons and charts, little albatross. You know what the first rule of flying is?” — Mal Reynolds, captain of the Firefly-class starship Serenity ****** Around last year’s winter solstice, I mentioned that in 2017 Candlemark & Gleam would launch an imprint of novelette/novella-length digital works. Those checking the submission guidelines must have […]

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Red Spawn Delivery Giveaway

The March 1 liftoff of Red Spawn Delivery, the third installment of Ganpril Webrid’s interplanetary escapades, is almost upon us! Anne E. Johnson has conscientiously decoded and transmitted the adventures of the furry hereditary carter and his rambunctious gang of loyal friends. In Green Light Delivery, Webrid had to deliver a laser source…embedded in his […]

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To Shape the Dark: Liner Notes, Part 2

To Shape the Dark, the younger sibling of The Other Half of the Sky, focusing on women scientists doing science not-as-usual, has become as widely acclaimed as its illustrious predecessor: among other recognitions, it won a starred review in Publishers Weekly, two of its stories have been selected by Gardner Dozois for his Year’s Best […]

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To Shape the Dark: Liner Notes, Part 1

To Shape the Dark, the younger sibling of The Other Half of the Sky, focusing on women scientists doing science not-as-usual, has become as widely acclaimed as its illustrious predecessor: among other recognitions, it won a starred review in Publishers Weekly, and two of its stories have been selected by Gardner Dozois for his Year’s […]