Signed limited editions: Neil Gaiman, Charles Stross, Dan Abnett, Lauren Beukes etc

Ian Whates

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Two new anthologies have just been announced by NewCon Press (okay, yes, that's me :eek:)

One, themed on conflict, features new SF stories from our own Stephen Palmer, plus Dan Abnett, Tony Ballantyne, Lauren Beukes, Adam Roberts, Eric Brown, Philip Palmer, Kim Lakin-Smith etc
http://www.sffchronicles.co.uk/foru...-beukes-stephen-palmer-further-conflicts.html

The other, written as homage to Arthur C Clarke's Tales from the White Hart, features original pieces from the likes of Neil Gaiman, Stephen Baxter, Charles Stross, James Lovegrove, Liz Williams, Ian Watson, Adam Roberts, Peter Crowther, David langford... and me.
http://www.sffchronicles.co.uk/forum/530797-arthur-c-clarke-tribute-niel-gaiman-charles-stross.html

Both are available as limited editions signed by all the contributors.
 

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Re: Signed limited editions: Neil Gaiman, Charles Stross, Dan Abnett, Lauren Beukes e

Think I'll have to get the Fables from the Fountain one. Ok, I admit, mostly for Neil Gaiman but it sounds like a good read anyway and I'd be interested in reading one of your stories, Ian.
 

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Re: Signed limited editions: Neil Gaiman, Charles Stross, Dan Abnett, Lauren Beukes e

Cheers, Mouse. There are cheaper ways of reading me but I have to confess this is a volume I'm really proud of.

I hadn't intended to write a story as such myself. I was merely going to write a short piece to set the scene by introducing the pub and a few characters, then let the contributing authors loose... but somehow, once I started, the piece took on a life of its own and developed into a story all by itself.
 

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Re: Signed limited editions: Neil Gaiman, Charles Stross, Dan Abnett, Lauren Beukes e

Well it sounds really good. Now I just need to convince someone I need an early birthday present and get me the hardback version!
 

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