Head below for the full list of horror and genre-bending titles heading your way in January!
Fiction and Excerpts 
It’s time to rejoin Séverin and his crew for the final adventure! We are thrilled to share the cover and preview an excerpt from The Bronzed Beasts, the third and final book in Roshani Chokshi’s epic fantasy The Gilded Wolves series. The Bronzed Beasts publishes September 21st with Wednesday Books.
Head below for the full list of SF/F Young Adult titles heading your way in January!
We’re thrilled to share the cover for In the Watchful City, the debut novella from acclaimed short fiction writer S. Qiouyi Lu—arriving August 31st from Tordotcom Publishing. Poetic and ambitious, In the Watchful City explores a fantastical, bio-cyberpunk city through the lens of several interconnected stories, in the vein of Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities.
Head below for the full list of SF titles heading your way in January!
Head below for the full list of fantasy titles heading your way in January!
If there’s one thing that people like more than stories about robots, it’s stories about robots trying to beat the hell out of each other. We’re thrilled to share the cover for Django Wexler’s Hard Reboot, a science fiction adventure arriving from Tordotcom Publishing on May 25th.
Did we mention the robots are huge? Because they are!
Nightfire, the new horror imprint that joins Tor, Forge, Tor Teen & Starscape, and Tor.com Publishing as part of Tom Doherty Associates (TDA), is thrilled to announce its first full season of original and unique horror fiction coming out in Fall 2021, now available for preorder at all major retailers.
A secret war against artificial intelligence and a future, unknowable foe; and a love that transcends death and time…
We’re thrilled to reveal the cover for Peter F. Hamilton and Gareth L. Powell’s action-packed sci-fi adventure Light Chaser—available August 24th from Tordotcom Publishing.
Tordotcom Publishing is delighted to announce the acquisition of two books from debut novelist, Aimee Pokwatka.
In Self-Portrait With Nothing we meet Pepper Rafferty. Abandoned as an infant on the local veterinarian’s front porch, Pepper was raised by two loving mothers, and now at thirty-six is married to the stable, supportive Ike. She’s never told anyone that at fifteen she discovered the identity of her biological mother.
The 2020 edition of Some of the Best From Tor.com is out today! This anthology features twenty-four of our favorite original stories published on the site in the past year.
Of course, you can always read these—and all other—Tor.com stories for free whenever you’d like, but starting today they will be available world-wide as a single, easy-to-read, FREE ebook, available from all your favorite vendors.
These stories were acquired and edited for Tor.com by Ruoxi Chen, Ellen Datlow, Carl Engle-Laird, Emily Goldman, Jennifer Gunnels, Patrick Nielsen Hayden, Teresa Nielsen Hayden, Lee Harris, Diana Pho, Jonathan Strahan, Ann VanderMeer, and Miriam Weinberg. Each story is accompanied by an original illustration.
We’re thrilled to announce Leech, the surreal and horrifying debut from author Hiron Ennes—arriving Fall 2022 with Tordotcom Publishing. Leech combines parasitic body horror with gothic family drama in a post-post-apocalyptic masterpiece that defies our understanding of identity, heredity, and bodily autonomy.
At Tor.com, we’re extremely proud of our short fiction program and of course the output of excellent SFF titles from Tordotcom Publishing—but we also love our hundreds of stand-alone feature articles, covering everything from the latest superhero movies to favorite childhood books.
We’ve gathered up a few of our favorite pieces from the year—notable standouts that include meditations on gender in Dune and mortality in Middle-earth, celebrations of hopepunk and Steven Universe, and reflections on the power of stories to weather any crisis.
We are thrilled to share the cover for This Poison Heart, a new novel from Kalynn Bayron that reimagines The Secret Garden with dark magic! This Poison Heart will be available on July 6, 2021 in the US and July 15, 2021 in the UK from Bloomsbury YA. Check out a larger view of the cover art below, and read an excerpt from the novel!
Tordotcom Publishing is thrilled to announce the acquisition of Nicola Griffith’s novella Spear, a glorious queer retelling of Arthurian legend, full of intoxicating adventure, dazzling magic, and true love. Spear will be published by Tordotcom Publishing in collaboration with MCD/FSG. Griffith is represented by Stephanie Cabot at Susanna Lea Associates.
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