Dec 7
2015

B&N Best SFF of 2015 includes Dickinson, Bishop, Bear, and Butcher

The Traitor Baru Cormorant by Seth Dickinson, Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop, Karen Memory by Elizabeth Bear, and The Aeronaut’s Windlass (Cinder Spires 1) by Jim Butcher are all on Barnes and Noble’s Best Science-Fiction & Fantasy of 2015 list!

Dec 4
2015

Karen Memory by Elizabeth Bear one of Library Journal’s Best Books of 2015

Karen Memory by Elizabeth Bear is one of Library Journals Best Books of 2015!

Dec 1
2015

RT Award nominations for Bishop, Bear, and Butcher

Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop, Karen Memory by Elizabeth Bear, and The Aeronaut’s Windlass (Cinder Spires 1) by Jim Butcher have all been nominated for 2015 RT Reviewers’ Choice Best Book Awards!

Nov 11
2015

Tor.com on An Apprentice to Elves

An Apprentice to Elves by Elizabeth Bear and Sarah Monette

“Bear and Monette have written a very good book, here, to end a very good series. That’s the important part. It’s a fast read, compelling, that does interesting work with gender, politics, and human nature; it’s also got a strong plot, thorough research, and delightful characters. Highly recommended conclusion to a great set of books.” — Tor.com

Oct 30
2015

Barnes & Noble SFF on An Apprentice to Elves

An Apprentice to Elves by Elizabeth Bear and Sarah Monette

“No one is simply one thing in An Apprentice to Elves, the ways no one is simply one thing in this hard life. The opening is deliberate, setting you up for the rising action of the climax in a way that means the novel could probably stand alone (which is no mean feat, as this review probably indicates). This is a rich, complicated, textured world, with a myriad of different people, different creatures, different cultures, coming together in both a hard clash and a harder understanding. This is the kind of fantasy that makes you slow down, sound out the unforgiving consonants of a foreign culture, so you can hear those uncomfortable vowels, both the familiar and the alien. We don’t have to be just one thing, but several, and in fruitful opposition. Winter isn’t coming. It’s already here.” — Barnes & Noble SFF Blog

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