Subterranean Press is one of my favorite publishers in the SF/F world. They publish a wonderful range of works, from novels to novellas to short story collections and even the occasional non-fiction work. They consistently put out gorgeous books (in the physical sense), and even if the limited editions are sometimes on the pricey side, they usually release electronic versions at very reasonable prices too. I’ve reviewed a significant amount of their releases over the years, including several here at Far Beyond Reality.
Apparently SubPress is 20 years young this year, and to celebrate they’ve put together a Humble Bundle with some truly wonderful gems. As usual with Humble Bundles, you can pay what you want, but if you pay more than the average amount you unlock a bunch of extra books, and if you pay more than $15 you unlock a few more. (FYI, the average amount paid has just about doubled since yesterday.)
Oh, and let’s not forget: half of the proceeds of this awesome sale will go to the Worldbuilders charity.
You can find the Humble Bundle here, and below the break you’ll find a list of some of the works that are included. Go take advantage of this awesome deal while you can!
Pay what you want for:
The Jack Vance Treasury by Jack Vance
Inside Job by Connie Willis
Muse of Fire by Dan Simmons
Jacaranda: A Novella of the Clockwork Century by Cherie Priest
The Ape’s Wife and Other Stories by Caitlin McKiernan (my review)
The Top of the Volcano: The Award-Winning Stories of Harlan Ellison®
Brayan’s Gold by Peter V. Brett
If you pay more than the average donation, you’ll also get:
The Mallet of Loving Correction by John Scalzi
Nobody’s Home: An Anubis Gates Story by Tim Powers
The Chronicles of Master Li and Number Ten Ox by Barry Hughart
The End of the Sentence by Maria Dahvana Headley and Kat Howard
The Merchant and the Alchemist’s Gate by Ted Chiang
Tortured Souls: The Legend of Primordium by Clive Barker
Amityville Horrible by Kelly Armstrong
If you pay $15 or more, you’ll receive all of the above plus:
Academic Exercises by K.J. Parker
The Hunter from the Woods by Robert McCammon
Black Hat Jack by Joe R. Landsdale
I’m a big Subterranean Press fan too! I recently bought one of their “grab bags” and boy was that awesome! I can’t wait until they do that again:-D
I snagged this just the other day solely because, after listening to the Harlan Ellison interview on Coode Street podcast, I wanted to read the Top of the Volcano collection. Was thrilled to get a bunch of other great stuff too. I’m particularly excited about reading K.J. Parker’s collection. It will be my first experience with any KJP fiction.
I’ve only read one story in the KJP collection, but if the rest is anything like the author’s usual output, it should be a wonderful collection.