We’re giving you a chance to win every book we’ve published from our launch in September 2015 to the first week of June—from Kai Ashante Wilson’s The Sorcerer of the Wildeeps to Malka Older’s Infomocracy. That’s right: Every. Single. Book. Our line includes everything from contemporary fantasy to spine-tingling horror to science fiction adventure, and we want to give one lucky winner the chance to brag to all of their friends about having the whole Tor.com Publishing line on their bookshelf.
Just go here to sign up for the Tor.com Publishing newsletter and enter to win your very own novella library, and head below for a complete list of what you might win!
Witches of Lychford by Paul Cornell
“At once epic and terribly intimate. This is the story of a village, not a city, and all the more powerful for that; not all big fantasy needs an urban setting. Beautifully written, perfectly cruel, and ultimately kind. This is Cornell at the height of his craft.” —Seanan McGuire, New York Times bestselling author of the InCryptid and October Daye series
Runtime by S. B. Divya
“A thrilling romp through a gleaming cybernetic future that’s neither dystopia nor utopia, but embedded in our reality—I wish more science fiction were as exciting and relevant as Runtime.” –Ken Liu, Hugo, Nebula, and World Fantasy Award winner and author of The Grace of Kings
The Drowning Eyes by Emily Foster
“The story made me want to sail the coastline on a boat of my own and see if I could call up a storm. […] So vividly rendered, you’ll be tempted to wash the salt-spray from your clothing after reading The Drowning Eyes.” –Fran Wilde, author of Updraft
The Emperor’s Railroad by Guy Haley
“Haley serves up equal helpings of horror, fantasy adventure, and SF in this stark, intriguing story of a ruined Earth where the remaining humans are determined to survive.” –Publishers Weekly
The Ballad of Black Tom by Victor LaValle
“LaValle’s novella of sorcery and skullduggery in Jazz Age New York is a magnificent example of what weird fiction can and should do.” –Laird Barron, author of The Beautiful Thing That Awaits Us All
The Assassins Series by Tim Lebbon
An immortal guy chases a demon across history for his chance at revenge. Pieces of Hate takes the chase to both cowboy and pirate settings, while A Whisper of Southern Lights is staged in the midst of World War II.
“A Whisper of Southern Lights is full of a beautiful melancholy that nobody does better than Lebbon. A tale of immortals engaged in a blood-spattered, centuries-old cat-and-mouse game… Read it!” —Christopher Golden, New York Times #1 bestselling author of Dead Ringers and Snowblind
Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire
“With Every Heart a Doorway, McGuire has created her own mini-masterpiece of portal fantasy—a jewel of a book that deserves to be shelved with Lewis Carroll’s and C. S. Lewis’ classics, even as it carves its own precocious space between them.” –NPR
Binti by Nnedi Okorafor
A young Himba woman’s journey to space university and self-discovery is interrupted by deadly alien jellyfish pirates. Winner of the Nebula Award, finalist for the Hugo Award and the British Science Fiction Association Award.
“Binti is a supreme read about a sexy, edgy Afropolitan in space! It’s a wondrous combination of extra-terrestrial adventure and age-old African diplomacy. Unforgettable!” –Wanuri Kahiu, award-winning Kenyan film director of Punzi and From a Whisper
Infomocracy by Malka Older
“A fast-paced, post-cyberpunk political thriller… If you always wanted to put West Wing Aaron Sorkin in a particle accelerator with Snow Crash to see what would happen, read this book.” —Max Gladstone, author of Last First Snow
The Last Witness by K. J. Parker
“A brilliantly original and breathtakingly ambitious tale which explores power, identity and redemption. The Last Witness is Inception meets Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.” –Geek Syndicate
The Devil You Know by K. J. Parker
“Parker generates a fair degree of suspense… an accomplished performance.” –Gary K. Wolfe
The Builders by Daniel Polansky
“A living, breathing world of vivid, winsome characters hellbent on their blaze of glory and as unforgiving as a runaway train carrying all your friends over a cliff. I haven’t cared about animals this much since Watership Down.” –Delilah S. Dawson, author of Hit and Wicked as They Come
Sunset Mantle by Alter S. Reiss
“A beautifully structured story, with solid and original characters who could have come from no other time and place than this fascinating imagined history.” –Jo Walton
A Song for No Man’s Land by Andy Remic
Forest of Memory by Mary Robinette Kowal
“Kowal has created a mystery that is satisfying and consistent, and this delightful and thought-provoking novella is exactly as long as it needs to be. ” –Publisher’s Weekly
Of Sorrow and Such by Angela Slatter
An errant shapeshifter lands Mistress Gideon in a bit of a pinch, and the witch must decide whether to sell out her sisters or be burned at the stake. Winner of the Ditmar Award, finalist for the Aurealis Award.
“Of Sorrow and Such takes you to dark, unsettling places. Angela Slatter’s magic is earthy, bodily and beleaguered; in the hands of tough, clever Patience Gideon it’s a powerful instrument for wresting justice from a hostile world. A riveting read.” –Margo Lanagan, World Fantasy Award winning author of Black Juice and Sea-Hearts
Domnall and the Borrowed Child by Sylvia Spruck Wrigley
“Tastes like fairy wine; delightful and refreshing.” –Ishbelle Bee, author of The Singular and Extraordinary Tale of Mirror and Goliath
Patchwerk by David Tallerman
“Tallerman deftly pulls his characters through multiple quick changes in identity, location, and possible futures, always keeping the plot and action unbroken so the dizzying shifts never become confusing. He throws open a surreal and suspenseful hall of science fiction mirrors, and readers will enjoy watching Florrian smash through them all.” –Publishers Weekly
The Genrenauts Series by Michael R. Underwood
When stories go wrong, it’s up to the Genrenauts to put things back together. In Episode 1, The Shootout Solution, a cowboy in Western World decides not to show up at high noon, so the Genrenauts have to set him right. And Leah Tang gets her first taste of space flight after a peace treaty goes awry in Science Fiction World in Episode 2, The Absconded Ambassador.
“Who hasn’t wanted to imagine themselves parachuting into a story gone wrong and putting it back on track? It’s storytelling as heroism, genre savviness as power. Endless fun. Catnip for genre geeks.” –Marie Brennan, World Fantasy nominated author of A Natural History of Dragons
A Sin du Jour Affair by Matt Wallace
A series following New York’s only catering firm specializing in serving the palates of demons, goblins, Easter Bunnies, and all other manner of supernatural patrons. In Envy of Angels, the staff at Sin du Jour would really rather not kill and cook the heavenly dish brought to their kitchen; and they would really really rather not be transformed into enormous sex-crazed lizard people as the cater a wedding in Lustlocked.
“No one makes me think, ‘Dammit, I should have thought of that!’ like Matt Wallace. The Sin du Jour series is something I read with equal amounts of envy and delight.” –Mur Lafferty, Campbell Award winning author of The Shambling Guide to New York City
The Jewel and Her Lapidary by Fran Wilde
“A splendid tale of courage and transformation in a world as exquisite as Wilde’s prose. You will be utterly entranced.” –Ken Liu, Hugo, Nebula, and World Fantasy Award winner and author of The Grace of Kings
The Sorcerer of the Wildeeps by Kai Ashante Wilson
A sorcerer with divine blood, an unbreakable spear, and a bag of holding fights a sabertooth tiger in a forest that spans all time and space. Winner of the Crawford Award, finalist for the Locus Award.
“The unruly lovechild of Shakespeare, Baldwin, George RR Martin and Ghostface Killah—this was a book I could not put down.” –Daniel José Older, author of Half-Resurrection Blues