Classic Reprints, September

Brunner, John : Stand on Zanzibar
(Gollancz 978-1473206373, £12.99, 672pp, mass market paperback, September 2014)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 11 Sep 2014
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 9780575101470

(First edition: Doubleday, 1968)

SF novel set in an overpopulated future, blending several story lines in a collage structure famously modeled on John Dos Passos’ “U.S.A.” trilogy.
• This is a new edition of a volume in Gollancz’ SF Masterworks series.
• Gollancz’s site has this description. Amazon’s “Look Inside” function provides previews.
• The novel won the Hugo, British SF Association, and Apollo awards.

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* Cowper, Richard : SF Gateway Omnibus: Piper at the Gates of Dawn, The Road to Corlay, A Dream of Kinship, A Tapestry of Time
(UK: Orion/Gollancz 9780575108042, £20, 528pp, trade paperback, September 2014)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 18 Sep 2014
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 9781473202085

Omnibus of one novella and three novels, respectively first published in 1976, 1978, 1981, and 1982, comprising the complete “Corlay” sequence set in a post-apocalyptic England a thousand years after rising sea levels have flooded much of the island.
• Orion’s site has this description.
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Egan, Greg : Permutation City
(Skyhorse/Night Shade Books 978-1597805391, $15.99, 352pp, trade paperback, September 2014)
Nominal Publication Date: Tue 16 Sep 2014

(First edition: UK: Millennium, April 1994)

New edition of Egan’s third novel from 1994, in which virtual reality provides eternal life.
• The author’s site has this description with a publication history, excerpt, and FAQ.
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• The book won the John W. Campbell Memorial Award in 1995.

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* Holdstock, Robert : SF Gateway Omnibus: Berserker: Shadow of the Wolf, The Bull Chief, The Horned Warrior
(UK: Orion/Gollancz 978-0575092365, £18.99, 416pp, trade paperback, September 2014)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 18 Sep 2014

Omnibus of three early novels published under the pseudonym Chris Carlsen in 1977, 1977, and 1979 respectively.
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* Moorcock, Michael : Tales from the End of Time
(UK: Orion/Gollancz 9780575092617, $12.99, 448pp, trade paperback, September 2014)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 11 Sep 2014

Omnibus of one novel and two collections, The Transformation of Miss Mavis Ming (1976, aka A Messiah at the End of Time, 1978), collection Legends from the End of Time (1976), and collection Elric at the End of Time (1984), all works that follow Moorcock’s earlier “Dancers at the End of Time” novels set in the far future.
• (There was a 1989 Science Fiction Book Club volume with this title, but with apparently slightly different contents.)
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* Moorcock, Michael : The War Amongst the Angels
(UK: Orion/Gollancz 978-0-575-09273-0, £10.99, 832pp, trade paperback, August 2014)
Nominal Publication Date: Thu 11 Sep 2014
Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 978-0575092761

Omnibus of three novels in the author’s “Second Ether” sequence: Blood: A Southern Fantasy (1995), Fabulous Harbours (1995), and The War Amongst the Angels (1996)
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* Silverberg, Robert : The Collected Stories of Robert Silverberg, Volume Nine: The Millennium Express
(Subterranean Press 978-1-59606-668-7, 488pp, hardcover, August 2014)
Nominal Publication Date: Sun 31 Aug 2014

Ninth volume in Subterranean’s ongoing series, with 16 stories published since 1995, including “Diana of the Hundred Breasts”, “Against the Current”, and the title story.
• The author’s introduction indicates this is likely the final volume of collected Silverberg short fiction.
• Subterranean’s site has this description and order page, with the table of contents, along with links to the earlier volumes in the series.
• The Publishers Weekly review concludes, “Fans will be pleased to find all the themes and settings for which Silverberg has become so well known and celebrated.”

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