viernes, 27 de febrero de 2015

Dos nuevas antologías de John Joseph Adams

Este mes se han puesto a la venta dos nuevas antología editadas por John Joseph Adams: Operation Arcana y Wastelands 2. Éstas son sus sinopsis y portadas:

Operation Arcana
In the realms of fantasy, the battlefield is where heroism comes alive, magic is unleashed, and legends are made and unmade. From the War of the Ring, Tolkien’s epic battle of good versus evil, to The Battle of the Blackwater, George R.R. Martin’s grim portrait of the horror and futility of war, these fantastical conflicts reflect our highest hopes and darkest fears, bringing us mesmerizing visions of silver spears shining in the sun and vast hordes of savage beasts who threaten to destroy all that we hold dear. Now acclaimed editor John Joseph Adams is sounding the battle cry and sixteen of today’s top authors are reporting for duty, spinning never-before-published, spellbinding tales of military fantasy, including a Black Company story from Glen Cook, a Paksenarrion story from Elizabeth Moon, and a Shadow Ops story by Myke Cole. Within these pages you’ll also find World War I trenches cloaked in poison gas and sorcery, modern day elite special forces battling hosts of the damned, and steampunk soldiers fighting for their lives in a world torn apart by powers that defy imagination. Featuring both grizzled veterans and fresh young recruits alike, including Tanya Huff, Simon R. Green, Carrie Vaughn, Jonathan Maberry, and Seanan McGuire, Operation Arcana is a must for any military buff or fantasy fan. You’ll never look at war the same way again. 

  • Elizabeth Moon
  • Tobias Buckell & David Klecha
  • Myke Cole
  • Jonathan Maberry
  • Genevieve Valentine
  • Django Wexler
  • Yoon Ha Lee
  • Weston Ochse
  • Myke Cole
  • Ari Marmell
  • Tanya Huff
  • Carrie Vaughn
  • TC McCarthy
  • Glen Cook
  • Simon R. Green
  • Seanan McGuire
  • Linda Nagata
Wastelands 2
For decades, the apocalypse and its aftermath have yielded some of the most exciting short stories of all time. From David Brin’s seminal “The Postman” to Hugh Howey’s “Deep Blood Kettle” and Tananarive Due’s prescient “Patient Zero,” the end of the world continues to thrill. This companion volume to the critically-acclaimedWastelands offers thirty of the finest examples of post-apocalyptic short fiction, including works by George R.R. Martin, Junot Díaz, Seanan McGuire, Paolo Bacigalupi, and more. Award-winning editor John Joseph Adams has once again assembled a who’s who of short fiction, and the result is nothing short of mind-blowing.
  • Introduction—John Joseph Adams
  • The Tamarisk Hunter—Paolo Bacigalupi
  • Deep Blood Kettle—Hugh Howey
  • “. . . for a single yesterday”—George R. R. Martin
  • Animal Husbandry—Seanan McGuire
  • Chiswick Messiah—Lauren Beukes
  • Colliding Branes—Rudy Rucker & Bruce Sterling
  • Ellie—Jack McDevitt
  • Foundation—Ann Aguirre
  • Beat Me Daddy—Cory Doctorow
  • A Beginner’s Guide to Survival Before, During, and After the Apocalypse—Christopher Barzak
  • Wondrous Days—Genevieve Valentine
  • Dreams in Dust—D. Thomas Minton
  • By Fools Like Me—Nancy Kress
  • Jimmy’s Roadside Cafe—Ramsey Shehadeh
  • The Elephants of Poznan—Orson Scott Card
  • The Postman—David Brin
  • When We Went To See the End of the World—Robert Silverberg
  • The Revelation of Morgan Stern—Christie Yant
  • Final Exam—Megan Arkenberg
  • A Flock of Birds—James Van Pelt
  • Patient Zero—Tananarive Due
  • Soulless in His Sight—Milo James Fowler
  • Outer Rims—Toiya Kristen Finley
  • Advertising at the End of the World—Keffy R. M. Kehrli
  • How the World Became Quiet: A Post-Human Creation Myth—Rachel Swirsky
  • Tight Little Stiches in a Dead Man’s Back—Joe R. Lansdale
  • After the Apocalypse—Maureen F. McHugh
  • The Traditional—Maria Dahvana Headley
  • Monstro—Junot Diaz
  • Biographical Fragments of the Life of Julian Prince—Jake Kerr

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