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More books:

* The Galaxy Game by Karen Lord
Karen Lord is one of today’s most brilliant young talents. Her science fiction, like that of predecessors Ursula K. Le Guin and China Miéville, combines star-spanning plots, deeply felt characters, and incisive social commentary. With The Galaxy Game, Lord presents a gripping adventure that showcases her dazzling imagination as never before.

* Pacific Fire by Greg Van Eekhout
Returning to the vivid world he created with California Bones, in which wizards known as osteomancers gain powers from eating the bones of extinct magical creatures (or the flesh of other wizards), van Eekhout brings the story forward ten years after Daniel Blackland toppled the Hierarch and ate his heart.

* Queen of the Deep by Kay Kenyon
On the streets of New York, Jane Gray meets an intriguing man who claims to be the impossible: an imaginary playmate from her childhood: Prince Starling. Determined to know the truth, Jane tracks him into another realm. This is the world of the Palazzo, a magical ship which is both a colossal steam vessel and a Renaissance kingdom. Ruling over its denizens--both human and otherwise--is an exotic and dangerous queen. Jane must find her way home, but the path is hopelessly lost.

* Fire Water: A Prospero's War Novella by Jaye Wells
Rookie cop Kate Prospero only has one more training assignment to pass before she's officially sworn in to Babylon Police Department. But the veteran cop in charge of the river patrol boat is a salty old guy isn't happy about playing tour guide to a rookie and seems even less interested in real police work. But while on patrol, they stumble on to what appears to be a floating dirty magic lab. This highly combustible situation might finally be the key to these two unlikely partners finding common ground.

Plus: SF Signal posted about the new cover for Stories of the Raksura II