James Davis Nicoll curated a wonderful list of older SF collections to Tor.com – and chose to cap it off with Rediscovery! Nicoll notes the special attention Marcus paid to highlighting lesser-known gems of the silver age, and he compliments the choice to pair them with modern, up-and-coming authors.
The Path to Publishing, Part 9: Many Happy Returns
What, exactly, does “Returnable” mean? And do you want the “Deliver” or “Destroy” option? When will the returns show up in your numbers? Will you be on the hook for them?
Robin Rose Graves Reviews KITRA by Gideon Marcus
Kitra has found itself in some incredible company in Robin Rose Graves’ booktube review! There’s no greater honor than being featured alongside Ursula K. LeGuin.
The Eighth Key is FREE with Kindle Unlimited!
We have been blown away by the positive reaction to our first foray into Fantasy Gay Romance, Hugo Finalist Laura Weyr’s The Eighth Key. I mean, we knew y’all would like it, but we didn’t realize how much! As kind of a reward, and to help reach as many electronic readers as we can, we…
April 24 is Independence Day!
Four score and seven years ago, the independent bookstore was the place to get the latest, most interesting titles. Guess what — it still is.
Nerds of a Feather Interviews Gideon Marcus, Author of Kitra
Gideon Marcus, Hugo Award Finalist and space historian, had the great pleasure of being invited to join the team at Nerds of a Feather for an interview!
A flirtatious bard and a shy young mage set out to save the world… this is the gay fantasy romance you’ve been waiting for!
This is a very exciting week for us. The Eighth Key, our new high fantasy gay romance, will be available for pre-order by bookstores pending general release at the end of the month! The magic is gone…or is it? Lucian is a jaded flirt and professional bard who knows all the old songs about sorcery. When…
Women’s History Month is Here!
Lost in Time It’s Women’s History Month! And to kick it off, our article today is on the unsung women science fiction and fantasy authors of yesteryear. Pop quiz: How many pre-1980 woman science fiction authors can you name? If you’re like most people I’ve asked this question of, Ursula K. Le Guin comes springing…
The Path to Publishing, Part 7: What to do (and NOT to do) when calling bookstores…
(Welcome to the latest installment of The Path to Publishing, a series on starting a small press aimed either at the writer who wants to improve their stature or the editor who wants to run an independent publishing house. If you missed any of the prior posts, you can find them here.) In my last…
Launching in a Pandemic, Part Two
by Gideon Marcus State of the Union Nearly a year ago, I wrote about what is was like to run a small press at the beginning of a global pandemic. And here we are still in the middle of a global pandemic, albeit closer to the end of than the beginning (hopefully). They’ve been tough…