Tachyon Care Package – The Collector
by Multiple Authors
Available Format(s): Limited Hardcovers and Trade Hardcover
Humorous, luminous, and always entertaining, this collection of award-winning author Michael Swanwick’s short-short fiction is a work of masterfully sustained whimsy for adults. Cigar-Box Faust contains more than seventy fantastical stories in fewer than a hundred pages, including the ever-elusive rhyme for orange. . . .
2005 Hugo Award nominee
From modest beginnings to the 1963 Hugo Award for Best Fanzine, Xero was a fascinating and controversial convergence of writers, artists, and a burgeoning fan community. Pat & Dick Lupoff reprint an array of these excellent essays, memoirs, and ongoing debates on popular culture.
At the forefront of the Golden Age, A. E. van Vogt shaped the direction of modern science fiction. As Isaac Asimov, Robert Heinlein, and Theodore Sturgeon emerged, van Vogt had already paved the way for them. These raw, emotive stories defy their pulp origins and remain classics in the SF field.
In this gripping novel of the past and present colliding, a young Neanderthal is transported to a world of brilliant and terrifying possibilities. He must bring the spiritual beliefs of his people to this alien world, while maintaining his connection with the earth and the spirits of animals.
1999 Nebula Award nominee
1999 Locus Award finalist
Vlad Smith is on a terrifying quest, one that will take him from the halls of our most hallowed institutions to the most rundown old houses in blighted neighborhoods. A mysterious committee, shredded yellowed newspapers, a daguerreotype of a Confederate soldier, a headless corpse, and a corpseless head. . . .