Tag Archives: Subterranean Press

The Last Full Measure by Jack Campbell

The Last Full Measure is an alternate history novella by Jack Campbell, set in the middle of the Nineteenth Century in the US around the time of the Gettysburg Address. (The title is actually a famous quote from that speech.) … Continue reading

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Lookin’ Good: The Bread We Eat in Dreams by Catherynne M. Valente (includes Table of Contents)

I don’t get extremely excited about many ARCs anymore. Don’t get me wrong, finding any book in my mailbox always feels a little bit like Christmas morning, but some books are just special, and this one… Well, let’s just say … Continue reading

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Five Autobiographies and a Fiction by Lucius Shepard

Lucius Shepard’s new collection Five Autobiographies and a Fiction is required reading for fans of the author. People who have never read anything by Shepard may love it too, but because of the specific nature of this set of stories, it’ll definitely … Continue reading

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The Willful Princess and the Piebald Prince by Robin Hobb

Over the years, Robin Hobb’s Realm of the Elderlings has become one of fantasy’s most beloved settings. So far, the series consists of three completed trilogies (Farseer, Live Ship, and Tawny Man), as well as the Rain Wilds Chronicles, a … Continue reading

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Six-Gun Snow White by Catherynne M. Valente

It doesn’t happen to me very often, but ever so rarely I come across a book that’s so purely brilliant that it almost stuns me, a story that’s so gorgeous and rich that I feel paralyzed: not just unable to … Continue reading

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Nell Gwynne’s On Land and at Sea by Kage Baker and Kathleen Bartholomew

It’s hard to believe that it’s already almost been three years since Kage Baker’s untimely death. She was an immensely talented storyteller and one of my favorite authors of the last few decades. In the short time between her first … Continue reading

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Lookin’ Good: Six-Gun Snow White by Catherynne M. Valente

Just got an advance copy of Six-Gun Snow White, a new novella by Catherynne M. Valente, in the mail. It looks amazing! Here’s the synopsis on the back cover: From New York Times bestselling author Catherynne M. Valente comes a … Continue reading

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