The Hippoi Athanatoi, the immortal horses, are the fabulous steeds of the gods and heroes of Greek myth.
Dabel Brothers Productions and have published the Red Prophet hardcover, collecting the six issues of the mini-series as well as an adaption of an original, never before published “Enderverse” story by Orson Scott Card.
The nominees for the 2007 Eisner Awards have been announced. There are a number of excellent nominated works, including All-Star Superman by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely, , Jack of Fables by Bill Willingham, Matthew Sturges, Tony Atkins, and Andrew Pepopy, and Absolute DC: The New Frontier by Darwyn Cooke.
It’s International Pixel-stained Technopeasant Day today (all started due to these comments from the SFWA’s current vice-president), which means a heap of free stories from published authors. Browser the community—John Scalzi, Charles Stross, Diane Duane, and many more have contributed works.
The top five nominees in each of the Locus Poll categories have been posted. The results will be revealed on June 16th during the Locus Awards Ceremony.
One of Amazon’s deals for today is the complete set of all Buffy seasons at 51% off, making it just under 100 dollars. Now that’s what I call a bargain.
Sarah Monette has posted to her livejournal that she will be auctioning off a freshly printed ARC of The Mirador, with the proceeds from the auction going to the John M. Ford Memorial Book Endowment. The auction will open on April 12th and it will run for twenty-four hours, closing at the same time on April 13th. More details here.
The annual Locus Magazine poll is currently running, and voting is open to everyone who’s interested. The awards has one of the largest voter bases among SF/F literature fandom, and is very well-laid out, with suggestions for each category plus room to include fill-ins.
The deadline is April 15, so vote quickly.
The Dabel Brothers are continuing their teasing when it comes to their planned comic book adaption of Steven Erikson‘s acclaimed Malazan Book of the Fallen epic fantasy series. First, they gave us Whiskeyjack and now some friends have joined him. The new sketches feature Sorry, Tattersail, and Topper.
An except from Fatal Revenant, the second book in The Last Chronicles of Thomas Covenant, has been added to Donaldson’s official site. The second half of the first chapter will be posted on May 9th, and the book is due out in October.
After a bit of a reading dry spell, the Easter weekend ended up being dedicated to a bit of unplanned but very enjoyable binge reading as the copy I won of Anne Bishop’s Belladonna arrived, shortly followed by the long-awaited Privilege of the Sword by Ellen Kushner.
Sarah Monette has put up the first chapter of The Mirador, the sequel to Mélusine and The Virtu, on her website. The book is due out on August 7th, and hopefully we’ll get a few more sample chapters before then, as the first chapter looks very promising (not the least the addition of Mehitabel as a narrator).
Jacqueline Carey has updated her official site with a sample chapter from for Kushiel’s Justice, the second book in the second Terre d’Ange trilogy. She also notes that the Signed Page will have signed copies available and that they will be holding a contest for a copy of the book as well.
Nippon 2007, site for this year’s ... has announced that the final ballot was incorrectly reported due to technical errors. Specifically, in the Dramatic Presentation (Long Form) category, it appears that Pan’s Labyrinth should be on the list while Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest should be removed.
Our lengthy list of all the nominees, including a bevy of useful links, has been updated accordingly.
Hippoi Athanatoi is divided into four sections, covering various of our hobbies.