New Books and ARCs, 2/26/21

Another February is almost in the books — but not before we have time for another stack of new books and ARCs! What here is calling to you? Share in the comments.

16 Comments on “New Books and ARCs, 2/26/21”

  1. A Fictional Hubbard – California – Allison is an avid reader and novelist, writing romance under the name Allison Martine and literary science fiction as A.M. Hubbard. Her debut romance novel, 'dibs,' is available on Amazon. She is represented by Naomi Davis of BookEnds Literary Agency.
    Allison Martine Hubbard

    Speculative Los Angeles! Is it a collection of short stories–I see “edited by…”

  2. Every time I see the New Books and ARCs post I find myself looking for a new book by Pat Cadigan, sigh. Synners and and Fools were amazing. One can dream…

  3. JS-
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    Keep up the great work!
    Scott

  4. Kim, I’d bet Cadigan will have a collection out soon. I hope it includes her story with Christopher Fowler, Freeing the Angels, which I really enjoyed back in the day. She has written some fine stories in the last 20 years. I’d say a collection is called for. Tachyon?

    A thick Subterranean retrospective along the lines of that very fine looking Hand volume would be even awesomer.

  5. Yes, the Hand collection looks great — I can’t think of any short stories of hers I’ve read but her novels are good. I’m also kind of curious about Rise of the Red Hand (different Hand I’m assuming) just from the title, series title, and spine.

  6. If you like Elizabeth Hand and read on Kindle, the collection is going for a really low price. (I’m not linking because I don’t want to run afoul of the rules- also, I’m in the US, and your mileage may vary. But right now, it’s under $6.)

  7. @Dwight Williams, have you discovered Charles DeLint? His stories about Newtown, an Ottawa populated by supernatural beings both European and First People, are great!

    The Multispecies City one looks intriguing.

  8. Just out of curiosity what do you do with all of these books? I assume you read some of them, but then what? Do you have a massive warehouse where you store them all? Do you donate them to a local library? The library seems more like you than the warehouse but I never know.

  9. I’m already familiar with Mr. de Lint’s work.

    And there are other authors in the region as well these days: Derek Kunsken, Marie Bilodeau, Kate Heartfield, Amal el-Mohtar, Mark Shainblum…and I know there’s names I’m forgetting alongside these.

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