Russian rights to Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka’s ALWAYS NEVER YOURS and IF I’M BEING HONEST, to AST, in a two-book deal, at auction, by Igor Korzhenevski at Alexander Korzhenevski Agency on behalf of Katie Shea Boutillier.
Latvian rights to Martha Wells’ Nebula and Hugo Award-winning The Murderbot Diaries series (ALL SYSTEMS RED, ARTIFICIAL CONDITION, ROGUE PROTOCOL, and EXIT STRATEGY), to Prometejs AB, by Milena Kaplarevic at Prava i Prevodi in association with Michael Curry for Jennifer Jackson.
Czech rights to debut author Caitlin Starling’s THE LUMINOUS DEAD, to Pavel Dobrovsky , by Milena Kaplarevic at Prava I Prevodi, on behalf of Katie Shea Boutillier for Caitlin McDonald.
Thai rights to Nnedi Okorafor’s WHO FEARS DEATH, to Amarin, by Itzel Hsu at The Grayhawk Agency on behalf of Katie Shea Boutillier.
German rights to Robert McCammon’s MISTER SLAUGHTER, Book 3 of the Matthew Corbett series, to Luzifer (Germany), by Kathrin Nehm at Thomas Schlueck Agency on behalf of with Katie Shea Boutillier for Cameron McClure.
Portuguese rights (Portugal only) to New York Times bestselling author Anne Bishop’s WILD COUNTRY, a novel of the Others, to Saída de Emergência, by Maru de Montserrat at International Editors Co. in association with Michael Curry for Jennifer Jackson.
Polish rights to New York Times bestselling author Anne Bishop’s THE PILLARS OF THE WORLD, the first book in the Tir Alainn Trilogy, to Initium, by Milena Kaplarevic at Prava i Prevodi in association with Michael Curry for Jennifer Jackson.
Congratulations to all the DMLA authors who made the Amazon’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of 2018!
- Exit Strategy by Martha Wells
- Foundryside by Robert Jackson Bennett
- The Only Harmless Great Thing by Brooke Bolander
Congratulations to all the DMLA authors who made Tor.com Reviewers’ Choice: The Best Books of 2018.
- The Only Harmless Great Thing by Brooke Bolander
- Witchmark by C.L. Polk
- Deep Roots by Ruthanna Emrys
- The Monster Baru Cormorant by Seth Dickinson
Booklist: Once again, Tanzer expertly weaves an authentic historical setting into a tense, engrossing supernatural frame with lush descriptions and a steadily building pace…. Despite the supernatural, historical setting, readers will see themes and issues that reverberate eerily with our present.
Barnes and Noble: Molly Tanzer does it all; from her debut novel, named best book of 2015 by i09, to the “thoughtful erotica” she edits at her magazine, Congress, she’s proven to be one of the most distinct voices in contemporary SFF.
Tanzer balances wink-wink references to contemporary politics with pulpy tropes and solid storytelling.
Russian rights to NYT bestselling author Robert McCammon’s BOY’S LIFE, SWAN SONG, THE BORDER, THE LISTENER and SPEAKS THE NIGHTBIRD, to Azbooka-Atticus, in a five-book deal, by Igor Korzhenevski at Alexander Korzhenevski Agency on behalf of Katie Shea Boutillier for Cameron McClure.
Hungarian rights to Brent Weeks’s THE BLOOD MIRROR and THE BLACK PRISM renewal rights, to Konyvmolykepzo, by Milena Kaplarevic at Prava I Prevodi on behalf of Katie Shea Boutillier for Donald Maass.
Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka’s ALWAYS NEVER YOURS, to Planeta Mexico, for world Spanish rights, by Amaiur Fernandez at International Editors’ on behalf of Katie Shea Boutillier.
Korean rights to Martha Wells’ Nebula and Hugo Award-winning ALL SYSTEMS RED (Book 1 of The Murderbot Diaries series), to Alma Publishing Co., by Jackie Yang at the Eric Yang Agency in association with Michael Curry for Jennifer Jackson.
Publishers Weekly: Tanzer’s charming, confident follow-up to Creatures of Will and Temper continues the conceit of drawing on famous literary source texts for character and plot material; here, The Great Gatsby crashes into the works of H.P. Lovecraft, with, of course, chaotic results. On Long Island in the 1920s, Ellie West does bootlegging by boat to help pay for her brother’s education. One night, she inadvertently gets into an altercation with another sailor that ends in her acquiring some odd new bottles of moonshine; those bottles end up at a party thrown by Delphine “Fin” Coulthead and her rich husband and friends. Fin is out of her element in the endless parties of the Roaring ’20s, a situation only made worse by the nightmarish paranormal effects of the tainted liquor. Fin and Ellie make an appealing team as they work to figure out what’s wrong and stop it, and the depiction of Long Island is a fine example of nuanced, lovely landscape writing. The portrayal of groups of normal people falling into mob violence and hatred of the other groups is genuinely unnerving, and Tanzer resists simplistic moral takes. Some elements of the plot are a touch predictable, but the overall effect is delightful.
NYT Book Review: An absolutely riveting secondary world fantasy. To say ‘I couldn’t put it down’ is a cliché, but… I felt fully, utterly engaged by the ideas, actually in love with the core characters for their differences and the immensely generative friction between them, and in awe of Bennett’s craft.
Crossing the brilliant economics and object-empathy of Edward Carey’s Heap House with the careful character and setting work of Fonda Lee’s Jade City, Foundryside is a magnificent, mind-blowing start to a series I’m hungry for.
Author of The Divine Cities trilogy Robert Jackson Bennett’s VIGILANCE, a dark science fiction novella about an America that has permanently surrendered to paranoia, distrust, and gun violence to Lee Harris with Justin Landon editing at Tor.com Publishing by Cameron McClure.