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Barking Book Reviews Takes a Holiday

Barking Book Reviews Takes a Holiday

Barking Book Reviews is headed to Thailand for R and R; Alison Bechdel's Are You My Mother? hits stores May 1; and Caitlin R. Kiernan's Alabaster Wolves is out.

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Shirley Jackson Award 2011 Nominees

Shirley Jackson Award 2011 Nominees

The Shirley Jackson Award panel has released its 2011 nominees; I have a bone to pick with its selection of Glen Duncan's The Last Werewolf.

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Big News: Publisher Tor to Remove DRM From eBooks. There Was Much Rejoicing

Big News: Publisher Tor to Remove DRM From eBooks. There Was Much Rejoicing

Science fiction publisher Tor, an imprint of MacMillan says that by July all of its ebooks will be DRM free; Tor UK made a similar announcement.

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Pulitzer Poo-Poos Fiction, Self-Publishing for a Published Author: Book News

Random book news: There will be no 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. D'oh! And why would a published author, under contract, turns to self publishing and Kickstarter?

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Cranky Christopher Priest’s The Islanders Wins BFSA Award for Best Novel

Cranky Christopher Priest’s The Islanders Wins BFSA Award for Best Novel

Well he may be bent out of shape over the Clarke Award short list, but author Christopher Priest can be happy that his novel The Islanders won a 2011 BFSA Award for Best Novel.

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Nominees Named for 2012 Hugo Awards and John W. Campbell Award

Nominees Named for 2012 Hugo Awards and John W. Campbell Award

The 2012 Hugo Awards nominations are out, and amongst the typical gritty fantasy and zombie apocalypse novels are Jo Walton's Among Others, which sounds genuinely intriguing.

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Morden’s Samuil Petrovitch Series Garners Philip K. Dick Award

Morden’s Samuil Petrovitch Series Garners Philip K. Dick Award

Simon Morden's Samuil Petrovitch thrillers: a trilogy set in a post-apocalyptic, near-future London, wins this year's Philip K. Dick Award.

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