New Books and ARCs, 8/26/16

To send you off into the last weekend of August, here’s another very fine stack of books and ARCs. What looks good to you here? Tell us in the comments!

14 thoughts on “New Books and ARCs, 8/26/16

  1. I bought “Making Conversation” by Teresa Nielsen Hayden at WorldCon and am about 2/3 of the way through it – it is excellent, highly recommended.

    Will definitely watch for Nisi’s newest one at the bookstore, too.

  2. I believe that the LeGuin’s are reissues of books previously published by Small Beer in the States and Gollancz in the UK.

  3. The LeGuins
    I don’t know anything about it, but the title of A Shadow Bright and Burning caught my eye.

  4. I bought “Making Conversation” by Teresa Nielsen Hayden at WorldCon KC and am looking forward to reading it, as soon as I finish the book on Vikings I also bought there.

  5. I think this is the first set of these I have seen where the women authors outnumber the men.

    Both Everfair and Making Conversation look interesting.

  6. A Shadow Bright And Burning has such an interesting title, that it was the first book I was drawn to, so I’d have to say I’m most interested in finding out more (and potentially reading) that one. Followed by A Riddle In Ruby and Neither Here Nor There, both for their interesting titles.

  7. That is an awesome haul of books. I am envious of the Haikasoru book, the Cat Rambo (big fan of her short fiction), the Nisi Shawl, the Emmi Itaranta, and the LeGuins.

  8. Those LeGuins look pretty sweet.

    Would it be gauche of me to recommend the Keystone Chronicles anthology just because I have a story in it…?

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