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Book View Café is delighted to announce the first e-book publication of Katharine Kerr's Freeze Frames,

The Aliens are invading!  Or are they?

When Maggie Corey throws the Devil over her back in 1960s San Francisco, she has no idea of what she's set in motion, nor will she live to see the end of it.  Over the next hundred years, however, her descendants see pieces of the puzzle fall into place in this “mosaic novel,” a very different take on fiction from the author of the Deverry series of epic fantasies.

Katharine Kerr is an unrepentant Californian who lives with her husband and various cats. In her long career she has written too many weird books and attended far too many baseball games.
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I never actually met Octavia--the one time she and I were in the same room I was so in awe, and so afraid that I would be embarrassingly enthusiastic--that I held back. I regret that still. So that only adds to my pleasure in announcing Bloodchildren, an anthology of stories by the Octavia E. Butler Scholars, edited by Nisi Shawl.

Eleven original stories by recipients of the Octavia E. Butler Memorial Scholarship (2007 through 2012), plus a reprint of "Speech Sounds" by the scholarship's namesake, Octavia E. Butler. This anthology also includes a brief memoir of Butler by her Clarion classmate Vonda N. McIntyre and an introduction by Nalo Hopkinson. Edited by Nisi Shawl, published by the Carl Brandon Society, the administrator of the Butler Scholarship Fund, and available at Book View Cafe.

Nisi Shawl is reviews editor for The Cascadia Subduction Zone, a member of the Clarion West board of directors, and a founding member of the Carl Brandon Society, which administers the Octavia E. Butler Memorial Scholarship Fund. Her collection Filter House won the 2009 James Tiptree, Jr. Award.

January 22, 2013 $8.01 ISBN: 978-1-61138-237-2
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I've been bad (rotten bad) about posting Book View Cafés releases lately. What better way to atone than to post [livejournal.com profile] davidlevine's short story collection Space Magic?

Space Magic is the first short story collection from David D. Levine. It features fifteen science fiction and fantasy stories including "Nucleon" (James White Award winner), "Rewind" (Writers of the Future contest winner), "The Tale of the Golden Eagle" (Hugo nominee, shortlisted for the Nebula), and "Tk'Tk'Tk" (Hugo winner); the collection as a whole won the Endeavour Award for the best SF or Fantasy book by a Pacific Northwest writer.

David D. Levine is the author of over fifty published science fiction and fantasy stories. His work has appeared in markets including Asimov's, Analog, F&SF, and Realms of Fantasy and has won or been nominated for awards including the Hugo, Nebula, Sturgeon, and Campbell. He lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife Kate Yule, with whom he co-edits the fanzine Bento.


January 15, 2013 $5.99 ISBN: 978-1-61138-215-0

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