From the Publisher

Here's what we've been brewing up for 2010: novels and short story collections from new and established writers—all of them brilliant, all of them Small Beer but not at all small beer.

Over the next few months we'll be publishing:
· the first collection of stories from New York Times bestseller Holly Black
· the first collection translated into English by French master Georges-Olivier Châteaureynaud (translated by Edward Gauvin)
· a new edition of Ted Chiang's absolutely amazing debut collection
· a new edition of Kelley Eskridge's New York Times notable book debut novel
· a mindblowing new short story collection by bestseller and award winner Karen Joy Fowler
· the first US edition (updated with the author's changes) of Alisdair Gray's latest novel
· a dark and satirical debut novel from Brooklyn writer Julia Holmes
· a huge new sexy historical novel by Kathe Koja
· and a fantastical, funny, and philosophical award-winning debut novel from Barbados writer Karen Lord

All of these plus special issues of our zine, LCRW, and maybe more more more (see page 18+19 to see what we mean). Our books are distributed to the trade by Consortium and are available at all bookstores (ask if they don't have them!). Thanks for reading.
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