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More rave reviews of THE HISTORY OF SOUL 2065 by Barbara Krasnoff

October 1st, 2019 No Comments

At Readercon in July, Mythic Delirium Books (i.e. Anita and me) managed to pull off a spectacularly successful launch for The History of Soul 2065 by Barbara Krasnoff, as well as a secondary stage launch for Snow White Learns Witchcraft by Theodora Goss — we sold out all of our copies of both books! While I hope to recap all of that more thoroughly at some point in the not too distant future, I’m playing a different sort of catch

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Rave reviews of THE HISTORY OF SOUL 2065 by Barbara Krasnoff

May 13th, 2019 No Comments
Cover art and design by Paula Arwen Owen

We’re now a month away from the release of The History of Soul 2065, Barbara Krasnoff’s debut collection of short stories. The first reviews have come in, and they’re glowing. Publishers Weekly was first out of the gate, with one of their coveted starred reviews. This remarkable mosaic of interconnected stories, many of which were previously published, spans generations to relay the strange, somber, and deeply entwined histories of two Jewish families. In 1914, Chana, a Russian, and Sophia, a

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SNOW WHITE LEARNS WITCHCRAFT by Theodora Goss reviewed in NEW YORK TIMES

February 22nd, 2019 No Comments
Snow White Learns Witchcraft by Theodora Goss, a new collection of stories and poems by the author of The Strange Case of the Alchemist's Daughter, will be the next release from Mythic Delirium Books, available everywhere Feb. 5, 2019.

Amal El-Mohtar’s latest science fiction and fantasy column for the New York Times Book Review appeared online today to shine spotlights on new novels by Jenn Lyons and Ann Leckie, and on Theodora Goss’s collection of poems and stories, Snow White Learns Witchcraft! It’s the first time Dora has been reviewed in the New York Times, and vicariously it’s a first for Anita’n’me, too. We’re delighted to say the least. These pieces, all centered on fairy tales, refract and reshape

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LATCHKEY by Nicole Kornher-Stace makes Locus Recommended Reading List

February 11th, 2019 No Comments

The month of February began with the news that Latchkey by Nicole Kornher-Stace, the first novel ever released by the Mythic Delirium Books imprint, made the Locus Magazine 2018 Recommended Reading List in the Best Fantasy Novel category. Congratulations to Nicole! (Click here to see the entire list.) The listing means that Latchkey is also one of the books proffered to voters in the 2019 Locus Poll and Survey. This poll is used to select the finalists for the Locus

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SNOW WHITE LEARNS WITCHCRAFT by Theodora Goss launches with reviews & shout-outs everywhere

February 8th, 2019 No Comments

Snow White Learns Witchcraft by Theodora Goss Introduction by Jane Yolen Available now! ISBN 978-1-7326440-0-7 | $15.95 | 224 pages   Order today!   Paperback: Amazon | Amazon UK | Amazon CA | Amazon DE | Amazon FRBarnes & Noble | Indiebound | Powell’s Ebook: Amazon | Amazon UK | Amazon CA | Amazon FR | Amazon DEAmazon AU | Nook | iBooks | Kobo | Google Play | Weightless Books   On Feb. 5, Mythic Delirium Books proudly unveiled

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Kornher-Stace KGB reading Wednesday + LATCHKEY on Tor.com Best YA list

December 18th, 2018 No Comments

This Wednesday (tomorrow!) Nicole Kornher-Stace will be reading at the KGB Bar in Manhattan as part of the venerable Fantastic Fiction at KGB series hosted by Ellen Datlow and Matt Kressel. Her partner in the reading will be Maria Dahvana Headley, author of The Mere Wife and other novels. Nicole will have copies of Archivist Wasp and Latchkey with her to sell. My understanding is that she’ll be reading a piece of fiction set in that same universe. Don’t miss

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LATCHKEY by Nicole Kornher-Stace makes Kirkus Best of the Year list

December 10th, 2018 No Comments

I’ve already shouted this all over social media, but it’s absolutely worth shouting about some more. Nicole Kornher-Stace’s novel Latchkey (the first novel ever published through our imprint) has made Kirkus Reviews‘ prestigious Best YA Science Fiction of 2018 list. We’re thrilled for Nicole, obviously, and additionally pleased that we could help make this honor happen — a first for our imprint. Yet it’s not a first for Nicole. Evidence below: There can’t be much precedent for an author making

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LATCHKEY: a round-up of many reviews + upcoming author reading reminders

November 12th, 2018 No Comments

Nicole Kornher-Stace’s Latchkey, the first novel ever published by Mythic Delirium Books, has accumulated a number of superlative reviews since I last did a roundup (a sinfully long time ago). We’re thrilled that the book has already earned out its advance — thanks so much, all those who have purchased it so far! — and there are other cool things that have happened that we’re not allowed to make public yet. (Though we sure will once permission is granted.) And

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LATCHKEY: new reviews and Readercon

July 3rd, 2018 2 Comments

As of today, there’s only a week to go before Nicole Kornher-Stace’s novel Latchkey officially launches. Anita and Nicole and I all plan to come to Readercon in Quincy, Mass., just outside Boston, which takes place Thursday, July 12 through Sunday, July 15, not at all coincidentally the same week Latchkey goes live. For the first time ever, Anita and I will be running a Mythic Delirium Books table in the Readercon bookshop, where we’ll have oodles of copies of

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LATCHKEY gets starred review from KIRKUS + many more blurbs

June 11th, 2018 No Comments

Launch day for Latchkey by Nicole Kornher-Stace is just a month away now, and because I’ve been occupied with behind-the-scenes preparation, I’ve not blogged here about on-the-stage things have happened this past month. Such as: Latchkey got a starred review from Kirkus Reviews! Near-future science-fiction crimes bleed into dystopian horror centuries later in a wildly imaginative genre-hybrid sequel to Archivist Wasp (2015) . . . Less mythic in tone and more conventional in structure than the first, this title nonetheless

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