2009 Donor Prizes

Strange Horizons thanks all of our generous contributors for providing these prizes! (Don't forget to check back throughout the month as new prizes are added.) When the fund drive is over, we'll conduct the prize drawing and begin contacting winners to pick their prizes!

Green, by Jay Lake

Signed copy of Green

A novel by acclaimed author (and Strange Horizons contributor) Jay Lake. Sold as a child, raised and educated as a courtesan, and secretly trained as an assassin, strong-willed Green retains her unyielding sense of independence, leading her to make drastic, unwise choices. Often used as a pawn and occasionally betrayed, she perseveres in trying to gain a measure of control over her life and a place to call home. Her goals become harder to reach when she's caught up in the machinations of immortals and the power games of meddling gods. (Donated by Jay Lake.)

Cecil Castelucci Collection

Cecil Castelucci's novels for young adult readers have been a sensation with readers and critics alike. Her first novel, Boy Proof, was listed as a Booksense Children's Pick and a Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers by the American Library Association. This prize package is your chance to win all three of Cecil's YA novels. In Boy Proof, an aloof and antisocial cinephile meets a new boy savvy enough to see through her cool, impenetrable disguise. The Queen of Cool is a funny, incisive look at a teenage girl who becomes bored with her popularity and dares to take off her tiara and do something really cool with her life. Beige tells the story of Katy, who really doesn't want to spend two weeks in L.A. with her father, a recovered addict and drummer for a punk band. But she won't fuss. After all, she is a nice girl--a girl who is, well, beige. Or is she? (Donated by Cecil Castelucci.)


The Plain Janes, by Cecil Castelucci

The Janes Package

The Plain Janes, the graphic novel debut of acclaimed YA author (and Strange Horizons contributor) Cecil Castelucci, is the story a secret club of Janes who shake off the troubles of high school by becoming art terrorists. This package also includes Janes in Love, the sequel to The Plain Janes, as well as a copy of Geektastic, an anthology of geeky high school stories from best-selling YA authors like Libba Bray and MT Anderson. (Donated by Cecil Castelucci.)

Kitty Norville package

Carrie Vaughn's best-selling series follows the adventures of Kitty Norville, a late-night radio DJ who ends up hosting a call-in radio show about supernatural issues. The trick is, Kitty is also a werewolf. These books have been popular with both fantasy and romance readers; for a taste of what Kitty is like, check out "Winnowing the Herd", an original Kitty short story published at Strange Horizons in 2006. The winner of this prize package will get signed copies of the two most recent books in the Kitty series (Kitty and the Dead Man's Hand and Kitty Raises Hell), along with homemade CDs of Carrie's playlists for the two books. (Donated by Carrie Vaughn.)


The Poison Eaters, by Holly Black

The Poison Eaters

One hardcover copy of The Poison Eaters by Holly Black. In her debut collection, the New York Times best-selling author returns to the world of Tithe in two darkly exquisite new tales. Then Black takes readers on a tour of a faerie market and introduces a girl poisonous to the touch and another who challenges the devil to a competitive eating match. (Donated by Small Beer Press.)

Second Line

One trade paperback copy of Second Line: Two Short Novels of Love and Cooking in New Orleans by Poppy Z. Brite. This book collects two novels that were originally published in limited hardcover editions; the stories bookend Brite's cheerfully chaotic novels about G-Man and Rickey, two young men who grew up in New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward and eventually realized that there were only two important things in life: cooking and each other. (Donated by Small Beer Press.)

Hound, by Vincent McCaffrey

Hound

One hardcover copy of Hound, a new mystery by Vincent McCaffrey, the owner of the legendary Avenue Victor Hugo Bookshop. Hound has been described as "a slow burn murder mystery, a sharp character study, a detailed exploration of Boston, and a mediation on the secrets of history--both personal and universal." (Donated by Small Beer Press.)

Paolo Baciagalupi Collection

Award-winning author Paolo Baciagalupi has been described as one of the best new voices to emerge in science fiction in recent decades, and this two-book set from Nightshade Books will let you learn for yourself where all that praise is coming from. This set includes a copy of the limited edition hardcover of Paolo's debut collection Pump Six along with a signed copy of his new novel, The Windup Girl. (Donated by Nightshade Books.)


Weird Tales

Weird Tales Package

Weird Tales is the place where two storytelling concepts meet: speculative and alternative. When the magazine was founded in 1923, those two elements were usually the same. Today, Weird Tales carries the magazine's original mission forward into the 21st century, finding the most talented new writers, artists, and creators whose visions are too incredible to fit within the comfortable little boxes of everyday experience. This prize package includes a four-issue subscription to Weird Tales, a "Weird" button, and a hardcover copy of John Langan's acclaimed 2008 horror collection Mr. Gaunt & Other Stories. (Donated by Weird Tales.)

Joey Comeau Prize Package

Most people know Joey Comeau as one-half of the creative team that produces the popular comic A Softer World. He's also a talented author, though, and he's donated a set of his books for some lucky prize winner. The set contains copies of all three of Joey's published books. Lockpick Pornography is an off-kilter terrorist adventure novel, It's Too Late to Say I'm Sorry is a short story collection, and Overqualified is a book-length version of the weirdest experiment in job application cover letters ever attempted. (Donated by Joey Comeau.)

Science Fiction Knitting

Strange Horizons staff member (and knitter extraordinaire) Kate Cowan will hand-knit an item of your choice! Your options include a Klingon Insignia Bag, The Book of Bright Ideas, and Coraline Gloves. The gloves are only available in small women's sizes. (Donated by Kate Cowan.)


The Houses of Time, by Jamil Nasir

The Houses of Time

One hardcover copy of Jamil Nasir's novel The Houses of Time, which tells the story of David Grant, a man who discovers that he has the ability to affect the course of his dreams. However, his talent soon runs away with him and he visits dreamplaces while awake. The waking world and the dreaming world collide. Grant discovers that he has been manipulated by shadowy forces beyond his control. (Donated by Tor Books.)

The Currents of Space

A hardcover copy of Isaac Asimov's classic novel The Currents of Space, newly reissued by Tor Books. This is the second of three books in Asimov's famous Galactic Empire series. (Donated by Tor Books.)

Slave Labor Graphics Grab-Bag

This prize package contains a set of recent releases from Slave Labor Graphics. SLG is an independent comics publisher best known for quirky titles like Milk & Cheese and Johnny the Homicidal Maniac. Since 1986 they've thrived by encouraging up-and-coming comic artists with offbeat ideas that might not appeal to the mainstream. One lucky winner will get a set of SLG titles chosen by editor-in-chief (and Strange Horizons contributor) Jennifer de Guzman especially to appeal to Strange Horizons readers. (Donated by Slave Labor Graphics.)

The Magic Thief

Signed first editions of the UK releases of the popular books The Magic Thief and The Magic Thief: Lost by Sarah Prineas. Follow the adventures of the young thief Conn and the wizard Nevery as they battle evil forces at work in the city of Wellmet. The Magic Thief has been nominated for a Beehive Award from the Children's Literature Association of Utah and recieved special honors in the E.B. White Read Aloud Awards for Older Readers. (Donated by Sarah Prineas.)


Act of Will, by A.J. Harley

Act of Will

A hardcover copy of A.J. Harley's novel Act of Will, a boisterous fantasy adventure that introduces us to Will Hawthorne, a medieval actor and playwright who flees the authorities only to find himself inextricably bound to a group of high-minded adventurers on a deadly mission. Will travels with them to a distant land where they are charged with the investigation and defeat of a ruthless army of mystical horsemen, who appear out of the mist leaving death and devastation in their wake. (Donated by Tor Books.)

The Woman Who Thought She Was a Planet and Other Stories

This is a collection of ten stories by Indian speculative fiction writer Vandana Singh, including the BSFA Award shortlisted "Delhi" and the Parallax Award shortlisted "The Tetrahedron." These stories explore the intersection of the mundane and the fantastical in the lives of apparently ordinary people. Critically acclaimed in the Indian press, this is Vandana Singh's first collection and is currently available only in India. (Donated by Vandana Singh.)


Last Year's Doodle

An Original SF Doodle (and Norse Code)

Author Greg van Eekhout has been creating custom doodles for Strange Horizons prize winners for a couple of years now, and we've talked him into doing it again! The doodle pictured here was a featured prize in our 2008 drive, but Greg will draw a brand-new one just for this year's winner. He'll also throw in a copy of his new book, Norse Code, which he describes as "a contemporary fantasy novel about Norse mythology, the end of the world, Los Angeles, wayward gods, renegade Valkyries, moon-eating wolves, and a very good dog." You can preview the first chapter of Norse Code on Tor.com. (Donated by Greg van Eekhout.)

Spirit Binders Package

This package collects Alaya Dawn Johnson's Spirit Binders stories. The package includes a copy of the brand-new paperback of Racing the Dark, a chapbook featuring original artwork by British artist T.S. Abe, and an advance galley of The Burning City. (Donated by Alaya Dawn Johnson.)


Seven for Secret, by Elizabeth Bear

Seven for Secret

A hardcover copy of Elizabeth Bear's Seven for Secret, which the author describes as "a contrafactual history novella of vampires, spies, Prussian overlords, and teenaged love, featuring gorgeous cover art by Patrick Arrasmith." Published in March 2009 by Subterranean Press, this sequel to Bear's popular New Amsterdam is already out of print. (Donated by Elizabeth Bear.)

Clark Ashton Smith package

A set of three collections by the legendary dark fantasy author (and frequent Weird Tales contributor) Clark Ashton Smith. This package includes the poetry collection The Last Oblivion, as well as the short story collections The Maker of Gargoyles and The Double Shadow. (Donated by Weird Tales.)


All You Need is Kill, by Hiroshi Sakurazaka

All You Need is Kill

One copy of All You Need is Kill, by Hiroshi Sakurazaka. When the alien Gitai invade, Keiji Kiriya is just one of many recruits shoved into a suit of battle armor called a Jacket and sent out to kill. Keiji dies on the battlefield, only to be reborn each morning to fight and die again and again. On his 158th iteration, he gets a message from a mysterious ally--the female soldier known as the Full Metal Bitch. Is she the key to Keiji's escape or his final death? Published by Haikasoru. (Donated by Nick Mamatas.)

Zoo

One copy of Zoo, by Otsuichi. A man receives a photo of his girlfriend every day in the mail . . . so that he can keep track of her decomposition. A deathtrap that takes a week to kill its victims. Haunted parks and airplanes held in the sky by the power of belief. These are just a few of the stories by Otsuichi, Japan's master of dark fantasy. Published by Haikasoru. (Donated by Nick Mamatas.)


The Lord of the Sands of Time, by Issui Ogawa.

The Lord of the Sands of Time

One copy of The Lord of the Sands of Time, by Issui Ogawa. Sixty-two years after human life on Earth was annihilated by rampaging alien invaders, the enigmatic Messenger O is sent back in time with a mission to unite humanity of past eras--during the Second World War, in ancient Japan, and at the dawn of humanity--to defeat the invasion before it begins. However, in a future shredded by love and genocide, love waits for O. Will O save humanity only to doom himself? Published by Haikasoru. (Donated by Nick Mamatas.)

Usurper of the Sun

One copy of Usurper of the Sun, by Housuke Nojiri. Aki Shiraishi is a high school student working in the astronomy club and one of the few witnesses to an amazing event--someone is building a tower on the planet Mercury. Soon, the Builders have constructed a ring around the sun, threatening the ecology of Earth with an immense shadow. Aki is inspired to pursue a career in science, and the truth. She must determine the purpose of the ring and the plans of its creators, as the survival of both species--humanity and the alien Builders--hangs in the balance. Published by Haikasoru. (Donated by Nick Mamatas.)

Hart & Boot & Other Stories

Hart & Boot & Other Stories is the second collection from Hugo-nominated author (and Strange Horizons contributorTim Pratt. The thirteen stories in this volume showcase Pratt's talent for illuminating the strange world that lurks around the corner of everyday life. Signed by the author. (Donated by Tim Pratt.)


Enclave, by Kit Reed

Enclave

One hardcover copy of Kit Reed's Enclave, a novel that Publisher's Weekly called a "gripping dystopian satire." In Enclave, the world is in chaos: war, plague, global ecological collapse. Parents everywhere seek sanctuary for their precious children, the future of mankind. For those who are rich and powerful enough, safety can be found--for a price--at the Clothos Academy. Run by a mysterious man known only as Sarge, set in a former monastery atop a sheer cliff on a tiny island somewhere in the Mediterranean, Clothos will admit only one hundred students before it is sealed off--perhaps permanently--from the terrors outside. But all is not as it seems. (Donated by Tor Books.)

Subscription to Asimov's

For over thirty years, Asimov's Science Fiction has been the gold standard for science fiction short stories. The lucky winner of this prize will get a one-year subscription to the magazine. (Donated by Sheila Williams.)


Steal Across the Sky, by Nancy Kress

Steal Across the Sky

One hardcover copy of Steal Across the Sky, a novel by Nancy Kress. The aliens appeared one day, built a base on the moon, and put an ad on the internet: "We are an alien race you may call the Atoners. Ten thousand years ago we wronged humanity profoundly. We cannot undo what has been done, but we wish humanity to understand it. Therefore we request twenty-one volunteers to visit seven planets to Witness for us. We will convey each volunteer there and back in complete safety. Volunteers must speak English. Send requests for electronic applications to witness@Atoners.com." At first, everyone thought it was a joke. But it wasn't. This is the story of three of those volunteers, and what they found on Kular A and Kular B. (Donated by Tor Books.)

A Field Guide to Surreal Botany

A Field Guide to Surreal Botany is an anthology of fictional plant species that exist beyond the realm of the real, with contributions from Jay Lake, Eric Schaller, Darja Malcolm-Clarke, Ben Peek, Victoria Elisabeth Garcia, Mark Teppo, Vera Nazarian, and many, many others. From the journal Science: "[This] small book is a bit of lunacy sure to appeal to slightly twisted plant lovers." Fully illustrated in gorgeous full-color by Janet Chui, the specimen entries are by turns witty, hilarious, and very strange. Your copy will be signed by the editors. (Donated by Two Cranes Press.)


The Chance House, by Chris Nakashima-Brown

Set of Cartoon Artwork

Chris Nakashima-Brown is donating the original copies of a set of eight cartoon sketches he produced for Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet. These cartoons appeared in Issue 23 of the magazine, which (rumor has it) has since sold out. (Donated by Chris Nakashima-Brown.)

Signed Copy of Fast Forward 2

Fast Forward 2 is the 2008 Philip K. Dick Award-nominated anthology of new science fiction selected by Lou Anders of Pyr, including works by several Strange Horizons contributors. (Read the Strange Horizons review of Fast Forward 2.) Seven of the stories in this anthology later appeared in the leading "Year's Best" anthologies. Contributor Chris Nakashima-Brown will sign his story in the anthology for the prize winner. (Donated by Chris Nakashima-Brown.)


Thoughtcrime Experiments

Thoughtcrime Experiments

Thoughtcrime Experiments, edited by Sumana Harihareswara and Leonard Richardson, is a collection of nine speculative fiction stories and six original illustrations, all published under a Creative Commons license. The editor's goal for this anthology was to "find mind-breakingly good science fiction/fantasy stories that other editors had rejected, and release them into the commons for readers to enjoy." The anthology includes a story by Strange Horizons author Ken Liu, who will sign his story for the winner. (Donated by Ken Liu.)

Suicide Kings

An advance galley copy of Suicide Kings, the next installment in the popular Wild Cards series edited by George R.R. Martin. A favorite with readers since 1987, the Wild Cards books re-imagined the idea of modern superheroes. Now the series has been jumped forward with a new generation of authors and a new generation of characters. (Donated by Tor Books.)


Prospero Lost, by L. Jagi Lamplighter

Prospero Lost

One hardcover copy of Prospero Lost, the first book in L. Jagi Lamplighter's Prospero's Daughter series. More than four hundred years after the events of Shakespeare's The Tempest, the sorcerer Prospero, his daughter Miranda, and his other children have attained everlasting life. Miranda is the head of her family's business, Prospero Inc., which secretly has used its magic for good around the world. One day, Miranda receives a warning from her father: "Beware of the Three Shadowed Ones." When Miranda goes to her father for an explanation, he is nowhere to be found. (Donated by Tor Books.)

Signed Copy of Double Visions

In Double Visions, SFPA Grandmaster Bruce Boston collaborates with ten other poets, including fellow Grandmaster Robert Frazier, Bram Stoker Award Winner Marge Simon, and Asimov's Reader's Award Winner G.O. Clark. Includes seven Rhysling-nominated poems, the winner of the Odyssey Poetry Award, and the winner of the Locus Online Poetry Poll for Best All-Time SF, Fantasy, or Horror Poem. (Donated by Bruce Boston.)


The Price of Spring, by Daniel Abraham

The Price of Spring

One hardcover copy of The Price of Spring, the final volume in Daniel Abraham's Long Price Quartet. Fifteen years have passed since the devastating war between the Galt Empire and the cities of the Khaiem in which the Khaiem's poets and their magical power known as "andat" were destroyed, leaving the women of the Khaiem and the men of Galt infertile. The emperor of the Khaiem tries to form a marriage alliance between his son and the daughter of a Galtic lord, hoping the Khaiem men and Galtic women will produce a new generation to help create a peaceful future. But things do not go as planned. (Donated by Tor Books.)

The Doors of the Body

A book of poetry by frequent Strange Horizons contributor Mary Alexandra Agner, including a number of poems first published in this magazine. (Donated by Mary Alexandra Agner.)


Warrior, by Marie Brennan

Signed Copies of Warrior and Witch

When a witch is born, a doppelganger is created. For the witch to master her powers, the twin must be killed. But what happens when the doppelganger survives? Find out in this two-book set from author Marie Brennan. (Donated by Marie Brennan.)

Signed Copies of Midnight Never Come and In Ashes Lie

A second city lies beneath the streets of London: a place of shadows and mystery, intrigue and faerie enchantment. And its inhabitants take great interest in the doings of the mortal world. Read their stories in this two-book set of Elizabethan fantasy from author Marie Brennan. (Donated by Marie Brennan.)


Gardens of the Moon, by Steven Erikson

Gardens of the Moon

One trade paperback copy of Gardens of the Moon, the first book of Steven Erikson's Malazan Book of the Fallen series. The Malazan Empire simmers with discontent, bled dry by interminable warfare, bitter infighting and bloody confrontations. Even the imperial legions, long inured to the bloodshed, yearn for some respite. Yet Empress Laseen's rule remains absolute, enforced by her dread Claw assassins. However, it would appear that the Empire is not alone in this great game. Sinister, shadowbound forces are gathering as the gods themselves prepare to play their hand. (Donated by Tor Books.)

Signed Copy of After the Fires

The stories in After the Fires light the dark places where reality burns away to reveal something fantastical. In these stories, author Ursula Pflug's worlds unfold like waking dreams where what was forgotten is now remembered. After the Fires is currently on the Prix Aurora Award short list. (Donated by Ursula Pflug.)


Astral Concert

Original Painting by Marge Simon

Marge Simon, who has appeared in Strange Horizons as a fiction author, a poet, and an illustrator, has donated an original painting. The lucky prize winner will be able to choose between "Astral Concert", "Birth of the Unicorn", and "Heroic Creation". All painting are 5" x 7". (Donated by Marge Simon.)

Dreams and Nightmares

Dreams and Nightmares, edited by frequent Strange Horizons contributor David C. Kopaska-Merkel, is a magazine of science fiction and fantasy poetry. First published in January 1986, and currently appearing three times a year, Dreams and Nightmares is the second-oldest English language genre poetry magazine still extant. The winner will receive six issues of the magazine. (Donated by David C. Kopaska-Merkel.)


Sea Swallow Me, by Craig Gidney

Lethe Press Package

Lethe Press is an independent publishing house specializing in speculative fiction, books of gay interest, poetry, spirituality, as well as classic works of the occult and supernatural. In this package, you'll get copies of four of their speculative fiction releases: Second Thoughts by Steve Berman, So Fey edited by Steve Berman, Sea, Swallow Me by Craig Laurence Gidney, and Japanese Dreams edited by Sean Wallace. (Donated by Lethe Press.)

Flash Fiction Postcards

A set of four flash fiction postcards, originally published by Surplus Wyvern Press between 1988 and 1989. Stories include "Benny & George" by Avram Davidson, "Necessary Deletions" by Robert Frazier, "Desert Run" by William F. Wu, and "Everyday Quests" by Don Webb. (Donated by David C. Kopaska-Merkel.)


Inferno, edited by Ellen Datlow

Inferno

One hardcover copy of the anthology Inferno, edited by the award-winning science fiction legend Ellen Datlow. In putting together this anthology, Ellen Datlow asked her favorite authors for stories that would "provide the reader with a frisson of shock, or a moment of dread so powerful it might cause the reader outright physical discomfort; or a sensation of fear so palpable that the reader feels compelled to turn on the bright lights and play music or seek the company of others to dispel the fear." The authors rose to the challenge brilliantly. (Donated by Tor Books.)

Personalized Tarot Reading

The winner will receive a Tarot reading by psychic, shamanic practitioner, dreamwork teacher, and author Neal Szpatura. The reading will take place over the telephone, at a mutually agreed upon time, and will last up to one hour. (Donated by Neal Szpatura.)

Nine Gates

One hardcover copy of Nine Gates, a novel by Jane Lindskold. Brenda Morris has barely had time to become accustomed to the idea that she has some of the powers of the Rat, a member of the Chinese Zodiac; that her elderly, former child-star "aunt," Pearl, is the Dragon; and that the young African American former soldier she trains beside is the Dog. Brenda has learned that our world is not the only world and that her not-quite-Chinese ancestors came from a magical place, the Lands of Smoke and Sacrifice, created thousands of years ago by the destruction of China's books and scholars during the time of the first Emperor. Now, generations later, the Lands are once again at war, and the magics of the Thirteen Orphans are desperately needed. (Donated by Tor Books.)

Last Night in Montreal

In this extraordinary debut, Emily St. John Mandel casts a powerful spell that captures the reader in a gritty, youthful world, charged with an atmosphere of mystery, promise, and foreboding. Mandel's characters will resonate with you long after the final page is turned. (Donated by Emily St. John Mandel.)

The Best of Gene Wolfe

One hardcover copy of The Best of Gene Wolfe, described by the publisher as a "definitive retrospective" of the finest short fiction written by this acknowledged master in the field. (Donated by Tor Books.)

Circles in the Hair and The Mirror

One copy of Circles in the Hair, an anthology of award-winning stories by the New York City writing gropu of the same name. It features the work of Linda Addison (two-time Bram Stoker Award winner), Keith R.A. DeCandido (winner of the Scribe Award), Gerard Houarner (author of A Blood of Killers, Gordon Linzner (editor of Space and Time Magazine), plus many more! The book is donated by Strange Horizons contributor Faith Justice, who is also including a copy of the illustrated dark-fantasy novel The Mirror by exciting new author Natalia Lincoln. Jeanne Cavelos described this debut novel as "a vivid dark world of punks, demons, and blood, of red velvet and black leather dusters." (Donated by Faith Justice.)

Tooth and Claw

One copy of the new trade paperback edition of Tooth and Claw, the wildly popular comedy of dragon manners from award-winning author (and Strange Horizons contributor!) Jo Walton. (Donated by Tor Books.)

Ann Somerville Collection

Do you like your science fiction a little queer? Then you might appreciate the chance to win this set of six e-books by Ann Somerville, celebrating love across worlds, species, and genders. The package includes Interstitial, Many Roads Home, Going Down, and the three-book Encounters series. (Donated by Ann Somerville.)

Lamentation

One hardcover copy of Lamentation, the first book in Ken Scholes's popular The Psalms of Isaak series. An ancient weapon has completely destroyed the city of Windwir. From many miles away, Rudolfo, Lord of the Nine Forest Houses, sees the horrifying column of smoke rising. He knows that war is coming to the Named Lands. Nearer to the Devastation, a young apprentice is the only survivor of the city -- he sat waiting for his father outside the walls, and was transformed as he watched everyone he knew die in an instant. Soon all the Kingdoms of the Named Lands will be at each others' throats, as alliances are challenged and hidden plots are uncovered. (Donated by Tor Books.)

Constellation of the Dragonfly

Constellation of the Dragonfly (Plan B Press, 2008), F.J. Bergmann. SF poetry chapbook by the winner of the 2008 Rhysling Award. Full-color cover by the author. Signed. See http://www.planbpress.com/bergmannconstellation.html for reviews and image. See fibitz.com for more about the author.


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