Tuesday, January 05, 2010

Books I Edited in 2009

So, it's that time of year again....

Here is the list of all the books on which I served as editor (and art director) in my capacity as Editorial Director at Pyr books for 2009.

Chris Roberson, End of the Century
Kay Kenyon, A World Too Near (Book Two of The Entire and the Rose) (paperback after hc)
Kay Kenyon, City Without End (Book Three of The Entire and the Rose)
Ian McDonald, Cyberabad Days
Tom Lloyd, The Twilight Herald (The Twilight Reign 2)
Matthew Sturges, Midwinter
Ian McDonald, Brasyl (paperback after hc)
James Enge, Blood of Ambrose
Joel Shepherd, Crossover (mass market after trade paperback)
Sean Williams, The Hanging Mountains (3) (paperback after hardcover)
Mark Chadbourn, World’s End (Age of Misrule 1)
Joel Shepherd, Breakaway (mass market after trade paperback)
Mark Chadbourn, Darkest Hour (Age of Misrule 2)
Joel Shepherd, Killswitch (mass market after trade paperback)
Ian McDonald, Desolation Road (reprint)
Mark Chadbourn, Always Forever (Age of Misrule 2)
Mike Resnick, Stalking the Dragon (A Fable of Tonight 3)
Justina Robson’s Chasing the Dragon (Quantum Gravity 4)
Tom Lloyd, The Grave Thief (The Twilight Reign 3)
Paul McAuley, The Quiet War
James Barclay, Dawnthief (Chronicles of the Raven 1)
Joel Shepherd, Sasha (A Trial of Blood & Steel 1)
James Enge, A Crooked Way
James Barclay, Noonshade (Chronicles of the Raven 2)
Mark Chadbourn, The Silver Skull (The Sword of Albion)
Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Diving into the Wreck
James Barclay, Nightchild (Chronicles of the Raven 3)
Mike Resnick, Starship: Flagship (Starship 5)

What a year it's been. I'm proud of every damn one of them, and all my fabulous authors and artists! Thank you all. 

10 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

You had a busy year...

Lou Anders said...

You don't know the half of it.

ces said...

Quite a list! Busy, busy, busy!

I've read 17 of them! And enjoyed every one! (finished Nightchild last night)

Lou Anders said...

You are amazing.

Jayf said...

Bravo! You are an inspiration. What a great year, and here's to a great 2010!

RKCharron said...

Wow!
Thank you for editing such great books.
Here's to a great 2010 with as many & more books to edit!
RKCharron

Alvaro Zinos-Amaro said...

This is a staggering list. Wonderful. Here's hoping that you don't slow down one bit in 2010!

Lou Anders said...

Ha, slow down?
We're upping the number of books again!

adsistla said...

I heard you talking about quite a few of these books ar Orycon and put lots of them on my buy/read list, but the way you talked about _Sasha_ really resonated with me and moved it up to the very top. You said that the way the characters/cultures interacted was like a symphony and that you would like your daughters to read it.

I can say that it definitely didn't disappoint! It's a very enjoyable read. I loved his descriptions throughout the book, and I'm really looking forward to the next one.

Lou Anders said...

Thank you so much for taking the time to come by and tell me that. It really really helps to know that talking up the book in a convention setting helps connect readers to the book, and even better to learn that my opinion of Joel's genius is shared. Book two comes out in March. I will be showing off the full cover spread on the Pyr blog later today or tomorrow.