One Final Book

Looks like Gene Wolfe left us with his sequel to “A Borrowed Man”, after all. Editor-in-chief over at Tor tweeted this out today and it’s pretty exciting news.

He goes on to say the title will be “Interlibrary Loan.” It’s a good feeling knowing we have one last gift from Wolfe left to anticipate.

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Tor.com Posts Excerpt of “The Land Across”

Tor.com Posts Excerpt of “The Land Across”

A nice chunk of the story if I do say so myself. Looks to be even more than what I listened to Gene read when I attended MadCon nearly three years ago. I’m looking forward to seeing what I can remember and what he might have changed. It feels like we’ve been waiting forever for this one to finally arrive and I can’t wait to get my hands on it at the end of November!

UPDATE: Cory Doctorow posts about the excerpt here.

Wolfe’s Work Available as eBooks

Tor.com has a nice write up about the growing number of Gene Wolfe titles now available as eBooks.  You can give those hard copies a rest, and load one of these up on your Nook or Kindle instead.  My hopes are to see the complete Long Sun series available soon.

http://www.tor.com/blogs/2012/12/19-gene-wolfe-books-now-available-again-in-ebook

A Gallery of Favorite Mermaids

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Seawrack from “On Blue’s Waters” appears in a Gallery of Favorite Mermaids on Tor.com. Always cool to see Gene Wolfe make these fun little lists.

Tor Books to drop DRM on entire catalog of e-books | Crave – CNET

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The cover for “Peace” is being shown on CNET’s website as an example of one e-book title that is having its DRM dropped by Tor Books.  Read the article HERE.

A Year of the Solar Cycle

John KlimaChristopher Rowe, Mark Teppo and William Shunn have started the Gene Wolfe Book Club with the goal to read one book from Wolfe’s Solar Cycle a month and discuss them.  If you’ve been wanting to read or reread any of these books now might be a great time to join them in their New Year’s Resolution.