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Stories of the Raksura vol II: The Dead City & The Dark Earth Below was officially released yesterday, and made it on:

* Barnes & Noble's New Book Round-up which said:
Stories of the Raksura: Volume II, by Martha Wells
Martha Wells continues her Raksura series with another collection of novellas and shorter works. If you’ve never read the original trilogy (beginning with Cloud Roads), this is a fine introduction, but you really owe it to yourself to read them all. It’s quite unlike anything else in the genre—with a core cast of non-human characters, it creates an entirely fresh, matriarchal fantasy world with its own biology, ecology, technology, and magic.


* and on Buzzfeed's 27 Speculative Fiction And Related Books To Read This June


* and I'm on A.M. Dellamonica's Blog: Martha Wells answers the Heroine Question

* and on John Scalzi's Whatever blog in the Big Idea series: The Big Idea: Martha Wells

* and I also had a post on Tor.com: Five Books About Exploring and Communicating with Alien Cultures


* also I'm not listed as a guest, but I'm going to be on programming Saturday, June 20, of ApolloCon in Houston.

Right now the US kindle of Stories of the Raksura vol II is at #8 in Books > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Anthologies on Amazon and I want to thank so much everyone who retweeted the release or passed on info about it or included it on a list. I appreciate it more than I can say.

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Dumb Houstonian question - which panel at ApolloCon?

I'm on one at 2:00 on Saturday (june 20), called "The Struggle." I should also be doing a reading at 5:00, but I haven't got the final schedule yet.

The Stories of the Raksura V. II is up for purchase on the Audible :)

I couldn't find it at first because it's got the wrong cover. I'm going to have to talk to somebody about that.

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