May 17, 2016
Last month we announced a brand-new novella by Josh Reynolds, Phileas Fogg and the Heart of Osra—this is of course a sequel to his terrific adventure Phileas Fogg and the War of Shadows, which you know was a sequel to Philip José Farmer’s The Other Log of Phileas Fogg.
Today we’re thrilled to reveal the fabulous cover by Amar Djouad!
Believe it or not, this cover barely hints at the action in this novella!
Be sure to preorder your copy of Phileas Fogg and the Heart of Osra before it goes out of print, as Phileas Fogg and the War of Shadows is on the verge of doing.
May 12, 2016
UPDATED: The signed limited edition hardcover of Hadon, King of Opar is also SOLD OUT!
The signed limited edition hardcover of Flight to Opar is now officially SOLD OUT!
Cover art by Bob Eggleton
Here are three . . . no five . . . no seven . . . yes that’s it, seven important things you should now know:
- If you are kicking yourself for not getting a signed limited edition hardcover while you could, a couple of specialty book dealers out there still have a few copies in stock.
- There are still signed (but not limited edition) paperback copies available for sale.
- If you bought the signed limited edition hardcover of Flight to Opar, but still have not gotten around to buying the signed limited edition hardcover of The Song of Kwasin to go with it, well, you see what can happen with no warning. Get your copy while you can.
As of this moment there is only ONE copy of the signed limited edition hardcover of Hadon, King of Opar left before it also goes out of print (see #1 about book dealers having copies). Too late, it’s sold out too!
- If you already have a signed limited edition hardcover of Hadon, King of Opar, but have not yet ordered a signed limited edition hardcover of Blood of Ancient Opar, see #3.
- As of right now there are less than ten signed limited edition hardcovers and paperbacks of Phileas Fogg and the War of Shadows left (and some of those are in the UK). Unlike the books mentioned above, dealers do not have extra copies of this book.
- If you already have a signed limited edition hardcover (or paperback for that matter) of Phileas Fogg and the War of Shadows, but have not yet ordered a signed limited edition hardcover or paperback of Phileas Fogg and the Heart of Osra, see #3.
This ends today’s public service announcement.
May 4, 2016
A Hole in Wednesday
by Philip José Farmer & Danny Adams
A few weeks ago we announced a new addition to one of Philip José Farmer’s classic series: Dayworld: A Hole in Wednesday by Philip José Farmer and Danny Adams.
Today we’re excited to let you know that both the hardcover and paperback editions of the novel will include an Introduction by Michael A. Burstein and a Foreword by Paul Spiteri!
Michael A. Burstein has been a Hugo and Nebula finalist multiple times for his short fiction, much of which can be found in his book I Remember the Future. He is glad that Dayworld isn’t real, as he could never get the hang of Thursdays and suspects he’d be trapped in one forever.
Paul Spiteri was co-editor of Farmerphile: The Magazine of Philip José Farmer throughout its fifteen issue run (2005-2009) and in 2006 edited Pearls from Peoria (Subterranean Press). In 2008 he co-wrote, with Philip José Farmer, the short story “Getting Ready to Write” (Farmerphile #13), an experience he would gladly repeat for each day of the week.
Don’t forget, the hardcover signed limited edition of Dayworld: A Hole in Wednesday will have a print run determined by the number of books preordered. Get your order in soon to guarantee you get a copy before they sell out!