Some Future SF Book Titles
One of the nice things about Locus Magazine is the People and Publishing section which lists “book sales” and “books delivered”. The January 2006 issue shows a sneak peek into the future of SF. (Some of this news may be a little old…print is a slower medium than the Internet, after all!)
- Stephen Baxter is writing the four-book Time’s Tapestry cycle, the first book is called Emperor.
- Charlie Stross sold a near-future heist novel about MMORPGs tentatively titled Halting State and also sold an unnamed sequel to Iron Sunrise.
- This was already mentioned but is worth repeating: John C. Wright sold the third book in his Orphans of Chaos series.
- John Scalzi sold book three in his Old Man’s War series, titled The Last Colony.
- Alan Dean Foster sold Sagramanda, a near-future tale of India.
- William C. Dietz sold two more novels in his Legion of the Damned series: When All Seems Lost and When Duty Calls.
- Kage Baker sold a collection titled Dark Mondays.
- Neal Asher sold Prador Moon, described as “a sequel prequel of sorts” to Skinner.
- James Patrick Kelly and John Kessel turned in Feeling Very Strange: The Slipstream Anthology.
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