Subterranean

It occurs to me that, both as a way of being a little even handed, and to keep track myself, that Night Shade are not the only publisher not based in New York or Sydney that I love. Pete Crowther’s PS Publishing is a wonder, and Bill Schafer at Subterranean keeps putting out books I want to have. Here’s my currently list of must have SubPress books for the rest of the year. Bill owes me a copy of the Shepard, but the others look great too:

  • Black & White, Lewis Shiner
  • Subterranean: Tales of Dark Fantasy, Bill Schafer ed.
  • The Adventures of Langdon St. Ives, James Blaylock
  • Conversational Hearts, John Crowley
  • The Chronicles of Master Lu and Number Ten Ox, Barry Hughart
  • The Best of Lucius Shepard
  • The Best of Michael Swanwick
  • Worlds of Weber, David Weber

One thought on “Subterranean”

  1. I’ve got a few of those:

    The Best of Michael Swanwick – this looks like it will be a lot of fun to read.

    Worlds of Weber – I’ve never read Weber, so I’m looking forward to this as my introduction to his work.

    The Adventures of Langdon St. Ives – combine my comments for the above two books and that’s how I feel about this one.

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