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The Coode Street Podcast Episode 236: Books to Look Forward to in 2015

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Welcome to The Coode Street Podcast, an informal weekly discussion about science fiction and fantasy featuring award-winning critics and editors Jonathan Strahan and Gary K. Wolfe. The Coode Street Podcast debuted in 2010 and has been nominated for the Hugo, British Science Fiction, and Aurealis awards.

Every year there are thousands of books published and any one of them could appeal to you. To help you find great new books, Locus publishes a list of forthcoming titles every three months. And to help you navigate through that, each quarter we invite Locus  Editor-in-Chief Liza Groen Trombi to join us and discuss the books that we think might be most interesting that are due out between now and the end of 2015. This month, unfortunately, Liza was not able to join us. However, we have persevered and have some recommendations for you. Of course, we strongly recommend you pick up a copy of the June issue of Locus and see the full list, which goes through to March 2016.

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As promised, here’s our list:

  • Half a War by Joe Abercrombie, Ballantine Del Rey, Jul 2015
  • Killing Titan by Greg Bear, Orbit US, Oct 2015
  • The Best of Gregory Benford by Gregory Benford, Subterranean Press, Jul 2015
  • Waking in Winter by Deborah Biancotti, PS Publishing, Jul 2015
  • Beneath London by James P. Blaylock, Titan US, May 2015
  • Lair of Dreams by Libba Bray, Little, Brown, Aug 2015
  • Sorcerer to the Crown by Zen Cho, Macmillan, Sep 2015
  • The Dark Forest by Cixin Liu, Tor, Jul 2015
  • House of Shattered Wings by Aliette de Bodard, Penguin/Roc, Sep 2015
  • The Traitor Boru Cormorant by Seth Dickinson, Macmillan/Tor UK, Aug 2015
  • Prodigies by Angelica Gorodischer, Small Beer Press, Aug 2015
  • Wylding Hall by Elizabeth Hand, Open Road, Jul 2015
  • Dragon Heart by Cecelia Holland, Tor, Sep 2015
  • Falling in Love with Hominids by Nalo Hopkinson, Tachyon Publications, Aug 2015
  • Empire Ascendant by Kameron Hurley, Angry Robot US, Oct 2015
  • Europe in Autumn by Dave Hucthison, Solaris, UK/US Nov 2015
  • Beneath an Oil-Dark Sea by Caitlín R. Kiernan, Subterranean Press, Nov 2015
  • The Best of Nancy Kress by Nancy Kress, Subterranean Press, Sep 2015
  • Ancillary Mercy by Ann Leckie, Orbit US, Oct 2015
  • The Paper Menagerie and Other Stories by Ken Liu, Simon & Schuster/Saga Press, Nov 2015
  • Luna: New Moon by Ian McDonald, Tor, Sep 2015
  • The Best of Ian MacDonald by Ian McDonald, PS Publishing, Jun 2015
  • The Locomotives’ Graveyard by Ian McDonald, PS Publishing, Aug 2015
  • Mars Stories by Ian McDonald, PS Publishing, Aug 2015
  • Three Moments of an Explosion by China Miéville, Ballantine Del Rey, Aug 2015
  • Slade House by David Mitchell, Random House, Oct 2015
  • Reality by Other Means: The Best Short Fiction of James Morrow by James Morrow, Wesleyan University Press, Nov 2015
  • To Hold the Bridge by Garth Nix, Harper, Jun 2015
  • The Shepherd’s Crown by Terry Pratchett, HarperCollins, Sep 2015
  • The Best of Alastair Reynolds by Alastair Reynolds, Subterranean Press, Nov 2015
  • The Corpse Painter’s Masterpiece: New and Selected Stories by Mary Rickert, Small Beer Press, Aug 2015
  • The Thing Itself by Adam Roberts, Orion/Gollancz, Dec 2015
  • The End of All Things by John Scalzi, Tor, Aug 2015
  • Chasing the Phoenix by Michael Swanwick, Tor, Aug 2015
  • Zeroes by Scott Westerfield (with Margo Lanagan & Deborah Biancotti), Simon Pulse, Sep 2015
  • A Borrowed Man by Gene Wolfe, Tor, Oct 2015

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