by Vonda N. McIntyre
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-084-2
Nebula, Hugo, Locus, and Pacific Northwest Booksellers award-winning science fiction novel.
The healer Snake travels through a post-apocalyptic world with her genetically engineered serpents, the cobra Mist and the rattlesnake Sand, and with the alien dreamsnake Grass, whose venom eases pain and the fear of death.
by Vonda N. McIntyre
(Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-048-4
“Rewarding as well as entertaining, with a memorable protagonist coming of age amid the ashes of old Earth. Vonda N. McIntyre writes skillfully, compassionately, tracing an exciting trail through darkness and danger.”
— Roger Zelazny
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by Brenda W. Clough
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-002-6
He said, “I am just going outside and may be some time.” He went out into the blizzard and we have not seen him since.
On March 16, 1912, British polar explorer Titus Oates commits suicide by walking out of his tent into an Antarctic blizzard, to save Robert Falcon Scott and the other members of the English exploration team. His body is never found — because he was snatched away into the year 2045 by scientists experimenting with a new faster-than-light drive.
Maya is the New York Times Bestselling author of The Antiquities Hunter (a Gina Miyoko Mystery) and Star Wars Legends: The Last Jedi (with Michael Reaves). She became addicted to science fiction when her dad let her stay up late to watch The Day the Earth Stood Still. Since then her short fiction has been published in Analog, Amazing Stories, Century, Realms of Fantasy, Interzone, Paradox and Jim Baen’s Universe. Her debut novel, The Meri (Baen), was a Locus Magazine 1992 Best First Novel nominee. Since, she has published over a dozen speculative fiction novels. Maya lives in San Jose where she writes, performs, and records original and parody (filk) music with her husband and awesome musician and producer, Chef Jeff Vader, All-Powerful God of Biscuits. The couple has produced five music albums: RetroRocket Science, Aliens Ate My Homework, Grated Hits and Shrödinger’s Hairball (parody), and the original music CDs Manhattan Sleeps, Mobius Street and I Remember the Rain.