29 de abril de 2011

Vencedores dos Edgar Awards 2011

  Mystery Writers of America is proud to announce the winners of the 2011 Edgar Allan Poe Awards, honoring the best in mystery fiction, non-fiction and television published or produced in 2010:

BEST NOVEL

  • The Lock Artist by Steve Hamilton (Minotaur Books)

BEST FIRST NOVEL BY AN AMERICAN AUTHOR

  • Rogue Island by Bruce DeSilva (Tom Doherty Associates – Forge Books)

BEST PAPERBACK ORIGINAL

  • Long Time Coming by Robert Goddard (Random House - Bantam)

BEST FACT CRIME

  • Scoreboard, Baby: A Story of College Football, Crime and Complicity by Ken Armstrong and Nick Perry (University of Nebraska Press – Bison Original)

BEST CRITICAL/BIOGRAPHICAL

  • Charlie Chan: The Untold Story of the Honorable Detective and his Rendezvouz with American History by Yunte Huang (W.W. Norton)

BEST SHORT STORY

  • "The Scent of Lilacs" – Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine by Doug Allyn (Dell Magazines)

BEST JUVENILE

  • The Buddy Files: The Case of the Lost Boy by Dori Hillestad Butler (Albert Whitman & Co.)

BEST YOUNG ADULT

  • Interrogation of Gabriel James by Charlie Price (Farrar, Straus, Giroux Books for Young Readers)

BEST PLAY

  • The Psychic by Sam Bobrick (Falcon Theatre – Burbank, CA)

28 de abril de 2011

81.ª Feira do Livro de Lisboa

  É já no dia 28 de Abril que a Feira do Livro de Lisboa volta a animar a cidade, até 15 de Maio. Serão dezoito dias de debates, apresentações, lançamentos e sessões de autógrafos, num novo horário: de Segunda à Sexta-feira a abertura será às 12h30, ao Sábado e ao Domingo, às 11h00. O encerramento será às 23h00, de Domingo a Quinta-feira, e às 24h00 à Sexta-feira e Sábado.
Inicia-se hoje a 81.ª edição da Feira do Livro de Lisboa. O website da feira já se encontra disponível, contendo informação acerca dos diversos debates, sessões de autógrafos, lançamentos de livros, entre outros eventos que se realizarão até 15 de Maio, assim como uma lista dos livros do dia.

25 de abril de 2011

Vencedores dos BSFA Awards 2010


Os vencedores dos prémios, atribuídos pela British Science Fiction Association desde 1970, foram recentemente anunciados na conferência de ficção científica Illustrious, em Birmingham, no Reino Unido. Segue-se uma listagem dos nomeados para cada categoria, destacando os respectivos vencedores:

Novel
  • The Dervish House, Ian McDonald (Gollancz)
  • The Windup Girl, Paolo Bacigalupi (Orbit)
  • Zoo City, Lauren Beukes (Angry Robot)
  • The Restoration Game, Ken Macleod (Orbit)
  • Lightborn, Tricia Sullivan (Orbit)
Short Fiction
  • “The Shipmaker”, Aliette de Bodard (Interzone #231)
  • ‘‘Flying in the Face of God”, Nina Allan (Interzone #227)
  • “The Things”, Peter Watts (Clarkesworld 1/10)
  • “Arrhythmia”, Neil Williamson (Music for Another World)
Non-Fiction
  • “Blogging the Hugos: Decline”, Paul Kincaid (Big Other)
  • “With Both Feet in the Clouds”, Abigail Nussbaum (Asking the Wrong Questions)
  • “The Wheel of Time” review, Adam Roberts (Punkadiddle)
  • Red Plenty, Francis Spufford (Faber & Faber)
  • Notes from Coode Street Podcast, Jonathan Strahan & Gary K. Wolfe
Artwork
  • Cover of Zoo City, Joey Hi-Fi
  • Cover of Conflicts, Andy Bigwood
  • Cover of Fun With Rainbows, Carlie Harbour
  • Cover of The Cat’s Cradle, Dominic Harman
  • “A Deafened Plea for Peace” (cover of Crossed Genres 21) Ben Greene
  • Cover of Finch, Adam Tredowski

Café e Letras, Comunidade de Leitores - Enciclopédia da Estória Universal

  Há 5 anos, 42 autores e 132 livros, que...
  Lemos como uma forma de resistência...
  Lemos como uma forma de partilha...
  Reivindicamos o direito à comunhão através da leitura...
  Em cada sessão, recebemos novos leitores para novos livros e novos autores.
  É a mais antiga Comunidade de Leitores activa numa livraria portuguesa, afirmando-se como o espaço por excelência de todos aqueles que gostam de ler e conhecer pessoalmente os autores da literatura portuguesa contemporânea. Desde Março de 2006, na Livraria Almedina Atrium Saldanha, a Comunidade de Leitores Almedina, coordenada e moderada pela jornalista e escritora Filipa Melo e composta por um grupo heterogéneo de pessoas, reúne-se para, num ambiente informal, partilhar a experiência de leitura prévia de um livro de ficção. Para, em conjunto, o reler em voz alta, analisar, discutir e relacionar com outras leituras paralelas e com a experiência de vida de cada um.
  Na última sessão de cada mês, estará sempre presente o autor em destaque.
 A 27 de Abril, pelas 19H00, na Livraria Almedina do Atrium Saldanha. A sessão é dedicada ao livro Enciclopédia da Estória Universal, de Afonso Cruz, com uma leitura paralela de Ficções, de Jorge Luis Borges.

Nomeados para os Hugo Awards 2011

  A cerimónia de atribuição dos prémios realizar-se-á dia 20 de Agosto na Renovation, 69.ª Convenção Mundial de Ficção Cientifica. Seguem-se os nomeados para as diferentes categorias dos Hugo Awards:

BEST NOVEL

  • Cryoburn, Lois McMaster Bujold (Baen)
  • Feed, Mira Grant (Orbit)
  • The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms, N.K. Jemisin (Orbit)
  • The Dervish House, Ian McDonald (Pyr; Gollancz)
  • Blackout/All Clear, Connie Willis (Spectra)

BEST NOVELLA

  • The Lifecycle of Software Objects, Ted Chiang (Subterranean)
  • The Maiden Flight of McCauley’s Bellerophon, Elizabeth Hand (Stories)
  • The Sultan of the Clouds, Geoffrey A. Landis (Asimov’s 9/10)
  • Troika, Alastair Reynolds (Godlike Machines)
  • The Lady Who Plucked Red Flowers beneath the Queen’s Window, Rachel Swirsky (Subterranean Summer 2010)

BEST NOVELETTE

  • The Jaguar House, in Shadow, Aliette de Bodard (Asimov’s 7/10)
  • Plus or Minus, James Patrick Kelly (Asimov’s 12/10)
  • Eight Miles, Sean McMullen (Analog 9/10)
  • The Emperor of Mars, Allen M. Steele (Asimov’s 6/10)
  • That Leviathan, Whom Thou Hast Made, Eric James Stone (Analog 9/10)

BEST SHORT STORY

  • Ponies, Kij Johnson (Tor.com 11/17/10)
  • For Want of a Nail, Mary Robinette Kowal (Asimov’s 12/10)
  • Amaryllis, Carrie Vaughn (Lightspeed 6/10)
  • The Things, Peter Watts (Clarkesworld 1/10)

BEST RELATED WORK

  • Robert A. Heinlein: In Dialogue with His Century: Volume 1 (1907-1948): Learning Curve, William H. Patterson, Jr. (Tor)
  • The Business of Science Fiction: Two Insiders Discuss Writing and Publishing, Mike Resnick & Barry N. Malzberg (McFarland)
  • Writing Excuses, Season 4, Brandon Sanderson, Jordan Sanderson, Howard Tayler, Dan Wells
  • Chicks Dig Time Lords: A Celebration of Doctor Who by the Women Who Love It, Lynne M. Thomas & Tara O’Shea, eds. (Mad Norwegian)
  • Bearings: Reviews 1997-2001, Gary K. Wolfe (Beccon)

BEST GRAPHIC STORY

  • The Unwritten, Vol. 2: Inside Man, Mike Carey; art by Peter Gross (Vertigo)
  • Girl Genius, Volume 10: Agatha Heterodyne and the Guardian Muse, Phil & Kaja Foglio; art by Phil Foglio (Airship Entertainment)
  • Grandville Mon Amour, Bryan Talbot (Dark Horse)
  • Schlock Mercenary: Massively Parallel, Howard Tayler (Hypernode)
  • Fables: Witches, Bill Willingham; art by Mark Buckingham (Vertigo)

BEST DRAMATIC PRESENTATION – LONG

  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1
  • How to Train Your Dragon
  • Inception
  • Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
  • Toy Story 3

BEST DRAMATIC PRESENTATION – SHORT

  • Doctor Who: ‘‘A Christmas Carol’’
  • Doctor Who: ‘‘The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang’’
  • Doctor Who: ‘‘Vincent and the Doctor’’
  • Fuck Me, Ray Bradbury
  • The Lost Thing

BEST PROFESSIONAL EDITOR LONG FORM

  • Lou Anders
  • Ginjer Buchanan
  • Moshe Feder
  • Liz Gorinsky
  • Nick Mamatas
  • Beth Meacham
  • Juliet Ulman

BEST PROFESSIONAL EDITOR SHORT FORM

  • John Joseph Adams
  • Stanley Schmidt
  • Jonathan Strahan
  • Gordon Van Gelder
  • Sheila Williams

BEST PROFESSIONAL ARTIST

  • Daniel Dos Santos
  • Bob Eggleton
  • Stephan Martiniere
  • John Picacio
  • Shaun Tan

BEST SEMIPROZINE

  • Clarkesworld
  • Interzone
  • Lightspeed
  • Locus
  • Weird Tales

BEST FANZINE

  • Banana Wings
  • Challenger
  • The Drink Tank
  • File 770
  • StarShipSofa

BEST FAN WRITER

  • James Bacon
  • Claire Brialey
  • Christopher J Garcia
  • James Nicoll
  • Steven H Silver

BEST FAN ARTIST

  • Brad W. Foster
  • Randall Munroe
  • Maurine Starkey
  • Steve Stiles
  • Taral Wayne

24 de abril de 2011

Divulgadas as primeiras linhas de romance inédito de Saramago

O romance, intitulado “A Clarabóia”, será publicado no final deste ano, podendo as suas primeiras linhas ser lidas na página da Fundação José Saramago.

Leituras Digitais (17 a 23 de Abril)

Rubrica semanal de notícias e artigos relacionados com a edição de livros digitais.

  A survey of ten German editors looks at how the responsibilities of editors have changed, how e-books are influencing the editorial process, and how the very concept of the book is evolving.
  The problem with unfettered choice is that it is impossible for readers to wade through the 1 million new titles that are published each year to find the 50 or 100 or even 250 ebooks that a reader can physically read in a year. I suspect that even if a reader made it his or her full-time occupation to peruse published ebooks to find the 250 ebooks to buy and read that they couldn’t do much more than toss a pebble into the ebook flood. What ebooks have done is inverted the pyramid. Rather than having a system to narrow choices to a manageable number, it has widened the choices to infinity, an unmanageable number.
  Last week, both Nielsen BookScan and the Association of American Publishers reported that print sales in the USA continue to fall as e-book sales are rising. The AAP figures showed that print sales declined by 25% across all segments in the first two months of 2011, while e-book sales rose by 18.4%. Nielsen BookScan reported that mass market paperback sales fell 26.6% in the first quarter of 2011. The full impact of Borders store closings has not yet taken effect, but publishers can expect to see further print sales decline over the coming months.
  Amazon.com has announced a new service allowing Kindle books to be borrowed from US libraries.
  The internet retail giant has linked up with Overdrive, which provides digital content to 11,000 US libraries and educational institutions, to create the Kindle Library Lending service. When the service launches later this year, customers will be able to check out a Kindle book from their local library and start reading on any Kindle device or free Kindle app. The service also allows loaned Kindle e-books to be annotated on their e-reading device. The next time the e-book is checked out by the same user, their margin notes will have been saved and appear again.
  As Executive Vice President, Strategy and Business Development at Publishing Technology, a digital publishing services company, Randy Petway leads the firm in its strategic development to ensure continued growth and market leadership, and is responsible for international business development. Recently Publishing Perspectives spoke with him to discuss future trends in publishing.
  More than three years after it was introduced in North America and eight months after the UK become the first country outside of the US to get a dedicated Kindle store, Germany has followed suit. The German Kindle store was launched on Amazon.de today (21st April), boasting the largest selection of any e-bookstore in the German-speaking countries.
  Brazil is a country of continental dimensions — spreads across 50% of South America, has 5,565 cities and 190 million people. However, when it comes to bookstores, the country is woefully underserved, with just 3,000 providing for the entire population and most of them are concentrated in urban centers. To reach areas not served by stores, publishers rely on door-to-door sales, which represent 17% of the market (up from 5% in 2006).
  Meanwhile, for people who love browsing – that most traditional book lover's pleasure – the squeeze on the high street is very unwelcome. How can you immerse yourself in the world of books – trawling shelves, leafing through volumes, thumbing pages, discovering an author you never knew you wanted to read until they fell into your hand – if a visit to a well-stocked shop becomes a rare luxury?
New York Times E-Book Best Sellers

  These lists are an expanded version of those appearing in the May 1, 2011 print edition of the Book Review, reflecting sales for the week ending April 16, 2011.

E-Book Fiction

1.                      WATER FOR ELEPHANTS, by Sara Gruen
2.                      THE LINCOLN LAWYER, by Michael Connelly
3.                      CHASING FIRE, by Nora Roberts
4.                      THE FIFTH WITNESS, by Michael Connelly
5.                      SOMETHING BORROWED, by Emily Giffin

E-Book Nonfiction

1.                      BOSSYPANTS, by Tina Fey
2.                      HEAVEN IS FOR REAL, by Todd Burpo with Lynn Vincent
3.                      UNBROKEN, by Laura Hillenbrand
4.                      I'M OVER ALL THAT, by Shirley MacLaine
5.                      THE IMMORTAL LIFE OF HENRIETTA LACKS, by Rebecca Skloot

23 de abril de 2011

O Futuro é Digital? E o Papel?

  A tecnologia tem vindo a tornar a indústria livreira mais flexível, mesmo nos livros impressos em papel. É hoje mais fácil alguém fazer-se publicar. Simultaneamente, os livros em formato digital (e-books) estão cada vez mais difundidos. Será que o formato digital se adapta a todo o tipo de conteúdos, sejam romances ou dicionários? Vão os dois formatos conviver?
O Nativos Digitais conversou com autores, jornalistas, especialistas e editores de livros em papel e digitais. Numa coisa todos concordam: não podemos viver sem eles.
Amanhã, 24 de Abril, pelas 14h50 na RTP 2.

21 de abril de 2011

Bertrand Chiado é a livraria mais antiga do mundo

Imagem retirada do blog Biblioteca Imaginária.
Inaugurada em 1732, a Bertrand Chiado foi a primeira daquela que se viria a tornar na maior rede de livrarias do nosso país. Em Abril de 2010 foi considerada pelo Guinness World Records como a mais antiga livraria em actividade do mundo, estando o certificado que comprova esse estatuto exposto desde ontem no interior da loja.

19 de abril de 2011

Vencedores dos Prémios Pulitzer 2011

Já são conhecidos os vencedores da edição de 2011 dos Prémios Pulitzer. Os premiados nas diferentes categorias de literatura são os seguintes:

Grande Prémio de Ensaio “Eduardo Prado Coelho” 2011

  Na 2.ª edição, do Grande Prémio de Ensaio “Eduardo Prado Coelho” foi premiado, por unanimidade,  o livro “Tatuagem Palimpsesto - da poesia em alguns poetas e poemas”, de Manuel Gusmão (Assírio & Alvim). O júri foi constituído por Clara Rocha, José Cândido Oliveira Martins e José Carlos Seabra Pereira.
  A cerimónia de entrega está marcada para o dia 29 de Abril, pelas 16h30, na Biblioteca Municipal Camilo Castelo Branco, em Vila Nova de Famalicão.
Via Revista Ler.

17 de abril de 2011

Revista Bang! n.º 9 disponível para download

  Já se encontra disponível em formato digital o mais recente número da revista Bang!, podendo o seu download ser efectuado no site da Saída de Emergência.

Leituras Digitais (10 a 16 de Abril)

Rubrica semanal de notícias e artigos relacionados com a edição de livros digitais.

  Shatzkin notes that the infrastructure for e-book distribution is currently sketchy by comparison to that for printed books which has grown up over the decades—but that won’t always be the case. And when that infrastructure for e-books arrives, the state of the world will look very different than it does now.

  In a “fully e-booked world,” we will own or have access to many screens, replacing many instances that would formerly have used print. We’ll take them with us when we leave home, or we’ll borrow them in places like medical waiting rooms. We won’t need to carry as many paper items around anymore once much of our personal business lives on these screens.
  The Seattle-based company said Monday the new device, called Kindle with Special Offers, will cost $114. That's $25 less than the cheapest Kindle model currently out. Amazon said General Motor Co.'s Buick brand, Procter & Gamble Co.'s Olay line and Visa Inc. will sponsor the initial ads on the device.

  The ads won't appear when users are reading an electronic book. Instead, they'll appear on the Kindle's home page, where readers choose what they want to read, and on the e-reader's screen saver, when the device is turned off.
  Introducing the London Book Fair’s 2011 CEO panel, U.K. Publishers Association CEO Richard Mollet asked whether the digital transition was more evolution, with publishers adapting over time, or more revolution, in which old powers are swept away quickly,  sometimes violently. “I’ve never been to a revolution, but what is happening doesn’t feel very evolutionary,” said John Makinson, Chairman of the Penguin Group. What is happening, he added, is "a transformation" in every area of the publishing chain.
  Regardless of the path executives take, the Barnes & Noble of the future (if there is one, of course) will probably look nothing like it does today. The company could even choose to drop the name altogether and let Nook become the consumer-facing brand. Just a few short years ago, Barnes & Noble was imposing its will on the book business, muscling out an ill-prepared competition.

  Barnes & Noble has already gotten one thing right in having an ereader ready to help it do battle with Amazon. But as far as successfully transforming itself into a digital company? Well, that's just Chapter One.
  Bricks and mortar bookshops in the United States face a grim future, with the heaviest book buyers choosing to buy digitally, delegates at London Book Fair were told.
Speaking at the 40th anniversary keynote seminar, HarperCollins president and c.e.o. Brian Murray said the number of US e-readers—grown from 15m a year ago to 40m today—was having a disproportionately large effect on the market because they had reached "core" readers, those buying over 12 books a year. He said: “Some of the heaviest book buyers no longer visit bookstores.” He said some e-books had a 50% share of total sales during the first few months, a “watershed” for the trade.
  Publishing — including STM, Educational and Trade material -– is currently estimated at being worth €80 billion and is the second largest creative industry in the world, after television; and is currently bigger than the music publishing; video games and entertainment software; and audiovisuals (DVDs and downloads) industries combined. But the question of what global publishing is really worth is not likely to be a true reflection, for one crucial reason: the near-total absence of statistics for Sub-Saharan Africa and the Arab world, which together account for a fifth of the world’s population.
  E-book sales growth showed no signs of letting up in February, increasing at an even faster rate than they did in January. According to AAP’s monthly sales estimates, e-book sales jumped 202.3% at the 16 publishers that reported results, hitting $90.3 million. The rest of the trade segments, however, all had declines in the month with adult hardcover sales plunging 43%, to $46.2 million at the 17 houses that reported figures, while mass market paperback sales tumbled 41.5%, to $29.3 million at the nine reporting houses. The $90.3 million in e-book sales was the highest dollar amount reported by any of AAP’s publishing segments in the month. The association attributed the gains to the post-holiday surge of consumers adding e-books to new e-readers.
  A new website, the NIST Digital Archives, is exhibiting images of historically significant scientific instruments used to obtain these measures, in addition to providing access to full-text publications from the agency’s history. NIST is inviting enthusiasts to participate in describing some of the hundreds of historical objects collected through the decades. Some of the artifacts are unidentified or need more descriptive information. Visitors to the site can view the items and offer clues about the history and origins of some of these important artifacts.
  De acordo com o relatório «Situación actual y perspectivas del libro digital en España» do Observatorio de la Lectura y el Libro, a venda de ebooks em Espanha em 2010 representou 3% da facturação do total de livros, duplicando os números relativos a 2009.
  Bradley says that so far e-books are not offering any financial benefits to public authorities, and that there is a lot of uncertainty over which commercial model will work in the long term. A handful of companies have emerged as the major suppliers – including OverDrive, ebrary and Public Library Online – and the common method is that the library pays a licence to lend out an e-book as many times as it wishes. They use digital rights management technology to ensure it can only be downloaded to one device and remains unavailable until the expiry period, when the book is scrambled.
  So, one way to stop the e-ink vs. LCD war is to put both of them in one device.  Apparently, Apple (NASDAQ:APPL) has such a device in the works.

  From what I understand, the user will be able to switch between the iPhone 4 display and an e-ink display depending on their needs.  So, in theory, you could use the Kindle Application on your iPhone, and it would be more Kindle like than than the current version that is on the iPhone.  If you can use that application, it would still allow you to download and purchase books from the Kindle Store.
New York Times E-Book Best Sellers

  These lists are an expanded version of those appearing in the April 24, 2011 print edition of the Book Review, reflecting sales for the week ending April 9, 2011.


E-Book Fiction

1.                      THE FIFTH WITNESS, by Michael Connelly
2.                      THE LINCOLN LAWYER, by Michael Connelly
3.                      WATER FOR ELEPHANTS, by Sara Gruen
4.                      I'LL WALK ALONE, by Mary Higgins Clark
5.                      44 CHARLES STREET, by Danielle Steel

E-Book Nonfiction

1.                      BOSSYPANTS, by Tina Fey
2.                      HEAVEN IS FOR REAL, by Todd Burpo with Lynn Vincent
3.                      UNBROKEN, by Laura Hillenbrand
4.                      ALL THAT IS BITTER AND SWEET, by Ashley Judd with Maryanne Vollers
5.                      THE IMMORTAL LIFE OF HENRIETTA LACKS, by Rebecca Skloot

16 de abril de 2011

Nada de Cultura - O Futuro das Livrarias

  Na semana em que o FMI aterrou em Portugal, «Nada de cultura» debate as livrarias do futuro. De que modo é que as livrarias vão enfrentar a crise? Poderão estar em risco as cadeias de livrarias, para voltarem à ribalta as independentes? Ou em último caso poderá, além da crise por si só, ser o livro electrónico uma ameaça?
Para discutir estas questões, Francisco José Viegas convida Jaime Bulhosa, da «Pó dos livros», Marta Serra da «Bertrand» e Caroline Tyssen da «Livraria Galileu».
O programa, transmitido a 13 de Abril, pode ser visto no website da TVI24.

15 de abril de 2011

Nomeados para os Shirley Jackson Awards 2010

Novel
·         Dark Matter, Michelle Paver (Orion)
·         A Dark Matter, Peter Straub (Doubleday)
·         Feed, Mira Grant (Orbit)
·         Mr. Shivers, Robert Jackson Bennett (Orbit)
·         The Reapers Are the Angels, Alden Bell (Holt)
·         The Silent Land, Graham Joyce (Gollancz)

Novella

·         The Broken Man, Michael Byers (PS)
·         Chasing the Dragon, Nicholas Kaufmann (ChiZine)
·         “Mysterium Tremendum”, Laird Barron (Occultation)
·         One Bloody Thing After Another, Joey Comeau (ECW)
·         Subtle Bodies, Peter Dubé (Lethe)
·         The Thief of Broken Toys, Tim Lebbon (ChiZine)

Novelette

·         “–30–”, Laird Barron (Occultation)
·         “The Broadsword”, Laird Barron (Black Wings)
·         “Holderhaven”, Richard Butner  (Crimewave 11: Ghosts)
·         “The Redfield Girls”, Laird Barron (Haunted Legends)
·         “The Truth Is a Cave in the Black Mountains”, Neil Gaiman (Stories)

Short Story

·         “As Red as Red”, Caitlín R. Kiernan (Haunted Legends)
·         “Booth’s Ghost”, Karen Joy Fowlder(What I Didn’t See and Other Stories)
·         “The Foxes”, Lily Hoang (Haunted Legends)
·         “six six six”, Laird Barron (Occultation)
·         “The Things”, Peter Watts (Clarkesworld 1/10)

Single-Author Collection

·         Occultation, Laird Barron (Night Shade)
·         The Ones That Got Away, Stephen Graham Jones (Prime)
·         The Third Bear, Jeff VanderMeer (Tachyon)
·         What I Didn’t See and Other Stories, Karen Joy Fowler (Small Beer)
·         What Will Come After, Scott Edelman (PS)

Edited Anthology

·         Black Wings, S.T. Joshi, ed, (PS)
·         Haunted Legends, Ellen Datlow & Nick Mamatas, eds. (Tor)
·         My Mother, She Killed Me, My Father, He Ate Me, Kate Bernheimer, ed. (Penguin)
·         Stories, Neil Gaiman & Al Sarrantonio, eds. (Morrow)
·         Swords & Dark Magic, Jonathan Strahan & Lou Anders, eds. (HarperCollins)
Os vencedores serão anunciados na Readercon 22, conferência que se realiza em Massachusetts entre 14 e 17 de Julho.
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