Today, the SF Gateway blog is mostly being functional and informative. We thought you might like to know what’s coming up this month by way of SF Gateway eBooks (and if you don’t . . . then why are you here?).
Firstly – published today, as a matter of fact – are Colin Greenland‘s BSFA and Arthur C. Clarke Award-winning Take Back Plenty and John Crowley‘s acclaimed Engine Summer. Both are also published as SF Masterworks paperbacks.
Coming up on 24th January are:
Individual eBook editions of Brian W. Aldiss‘s brilliant Helliconia trilogy – Helliconia Spring, Helliconia Summer and Helliconia Winter.
The first two ‘Gap’ books by Stephen Donaldson – The Real Story and Forbidden Knowledge – and also the two volumes that make up Mordant’s Need: The Mirror of Her Dreams and A Man Rides Through.
The first four books in Stephen Baxter‘s acclaimed Xeelee sequence: Raft, Timelike Infinity, Flux and Ring.
Individual eBook editions of Vernor Vinge‘s Hugo Award-winning Zones of Thought novels: A Fire Upon the Deep and A Deepness in the Sky.
And last – but far from least – the first book in Philip Jose Farmer‘s epic Riverworld sequence: To Your Scattered Bodies Go.
Then, on the 31st, we’ll publish The Green Odyssey by Philip Jose Farmer, The Fetch by Robert Holdstock, The Observers by Damon Knight, Spacehounds of IPC by E.E. ‘Doc’ Smith, The Human Angle by William Tenn, and the first SF Gateway eBook by the award-winning Mary Gentle: A Hawk in Silver.
A modest start to the New Year in terms of numbers, but once we build up a bit of momentum, we’ll be increasing our monthly output considerably. Onwards!