Lisa Goldstein, WEIGHING SHADOWS
That’s WEIGHING SHADOWS, by Lisa Goldstein.
OLD MARS, edited by George RR Martin and Gardner Dozois, and A DAUGHTER OF NO NATION, by A.M. Dellamonica.
Here’s OLD MARS, edited by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois, and A.M. Dellamonica’s A DAUGHTER OF NO NATION.
Jonathan Maberry’s DEADLANDS: GHOSTWALKERS, and THE TRAITOR BARU CORMORANT by Seth Dickinson.
And there’s DEADLANDS: GHOSTWALKERS by Jonathan Maberry, and THE TRAITOR BARU CORMORANT by Seth Dickinson. (Though I already received an ARC of that last, and, well. It’s technically very good, and emotionally I reacted extremely negatively to it.)
“What? You were taking a picture? But I’m sleeping here.”
That’s A.M. Dellamonica’s CHILD OF A HIDDEN SEA, Tracy Hickman and Laura Hickman’s UNWEPT, Paul Park’s ALL THOSE VANISHED ENGINES, Lilith Saintcrow’s THE RIPPER AFFAIR, and IRREGULARITY, a short fiction collection out of Jurassic London edited by Jared Shurin and published coinciding with two exhibitions relevant to its subject material at the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich.
Also included in picture: Vladimir the cat.
“I’m not moving. Go away.”