Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Swords & Dark Magic: The Magic is Unleashed!

My Eos anthology, Swords & Dark Magic, co-edited with Jonathan Strahan, is now IN STOCK at Amazon, B&N, Borders, etc... and is available for the Kindle, B&N ereader/Nook, and in iBooks. And I'm sure you can get it at fine independents like Borderlands Books as well. (See this indiebound link).

Once again, the Table of Contents:
  • Check Your Dark Lord at the Door" — Lou Anders & Jonathan Strahan
  • Goats of Glory — Steven Erikson
  • Tides Elba: A Tale of the Black Company — Glen Cook
  • Bloodsport — Gene Wolfe
  • The Singing Spear — James Enge
  • A Wizard of Wiscezan — C.J. Cherryh
  • A Rich Full Week — K. J. Parker
  • A Suitable Present for a Sorcerous Puppet — Garth Nix
  • Red Pearls: An Elric Story — Michael Moorcock
  • The Deification of Dal Bamore — Tim Lebbon
  • Dark Times at the Midnight Market — Robert Silverberg
  • The Undefiled — Greg Keyes
  • Dapple Hew the Tint Master — Michael Shea
  • In the Stacks — Scott Lynch
  • Two Lions, A Witch, and the War-Robe — Tanith Lee
  • The Sea Troll's Daughter — Caitlin R Kiernan
  • Thieves of Daring — Bill Willingham
  • The Fool Jobs — Joe Abercrombie

6 comments:

JP said...

Lou,

Can you explain the pricing shenanigans that result in the Kindle version being $2 more than the paperback? That just seems wrong to me, but I'm not privy to how books are actually priced...

Lou Anders said...

Confused. The paperback is $15.99 and the Kindle is $9.99.

Translation Workplace said...

Cool.....
Tell me what to do?

JP said...

My bad. When I looked at the prices, I looked at the paperback price just below the Kindle price, which is $7.99. I assumed that was Amazon's price, but it isn't, it's some other bookseller.

Amazon has it listed, for me, at $10.87 for the paperback. A rather specific number for the price, but there you go...

RobB said...

Hi Lou,

Great anthology. My review will be appearing in the Sacrament/SF Book review soon.

The Cook and Lynch stories were the big stand-outs for me. In fact, reading the Cook hastened my re-read of The Black Company.

It would be great to see somebody (maybe Pyr!) publish some of Greg Keyes' Fool Wolf stories/novels.

Lou Anders said...

Hi Rob,
Saw the review--much appreciated. Edge Books (I think) already did a collection of Fool Wolf stories. I'm hoping for an ebook edition.