Small House of Everything

Small House of Everything

Monday, July 9, 2012


  • "Christopher Anvil" (Harry C. Crosby), Pandora's Legions.  SF.  All of Anvil's Pandora stories, including the novel Pandora's Planet, reworked into one long novel. Edited by Eric Flint.
  • Catherine Asaro, Alpha.  SF, a sequel to Sunrise Alley.
  • Michael Bishop, No Enemy But Time.
  • Lewis Black, Me of Little Faith.  Essays in which the humorist tackles religion.
  • Alice Blanchard, Darkness Peering.  Thriller.
  • Thomas Clark, Bruce Woods, Peter Blockson, and Angela Terez, editors, The Writer's Digest Guide to Good Writing.  Forty-eight articles from the magazine, from 1921 to 1992, along with selected exerpts from well-known writers.  Articles by James Hilton, Erle Stanley Gardner, Irving Wallace, Louis L'Amour, Patricia McGerr, Allen Ginsberg, Stephen King, Harlan Ellison, Richard Deming, Isaac Asimov, and others.
  • Gardner Dozois, editor, The Year's Best Science Fiction:  Eleventh Annual Collection.  Twenty-three of the best SF stories from 1993.
  • Suzette Haden Elgin, The Gentle Art of Verbal Self-Defense for Business Success and The Gentle Art of Written Self-Defense.  Two nonfictionbooks by the linguist and sometime science fiction author.
  • Jasper Fforde, The Big Over Easy.  A Nursery Crime Division investigation.
  • David G. Hartwell, editor, Masterpieces of Fantasy and Enchantment.  Forty-one stories and one excerpt covering the gamut of fantasy fiction.
  • Peter James, Possession.  Horror.
  • Mark Jasper, Haunted Inns of New England.  Dang it all!  I grew up in New England and never saw a haunted inn.  Or haunted anything for that matter.
  • Guy Gavriel Kay, A Song for Arbonne.  Fantasy.
  • Mercedes Lackey, editor.  Flights of Fancy.  Eleven fantasy stories about things that fly.  Copyrightalsso mentions Martin Greenberg's Tekno Books.
  • Louis L'Amour, Galloway and Treasure Mountain.  Two westerns in the Sackett series.
  • Edward Lee, Ghouls.  Horror.
  • David Liss, A Spectacle of Corruption.  Historical mystery, sequel to A Conspiracy of Paper.
  • Christopher Newman, Killer.  Mystery.
  • Anne Ross, The Folklore of the Scottish Highlands.
  • James H. Schmitz, Agent of Vega & Other Stories.  SF collection with eleven stories, four of which were previously published as Agent of Vega.
  • St. John D. Seymour and Harry L. Neligan, True Irish Ghost Stories.  First published in 1914.
  • Allen Steele, Oceanspace.  SF.
  • J. Michael Straczynski, The Complete Book of Scriptwriting.  From the creator of Babylon 5.
  • "Peter Tremayne" (Peter Beresford Ellis), The Haunted Abbey.  A Sister Fidelma mystery.

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