Warner Aspect is the Science Fiction/ Fantasy imprint of publishing giant Warner Books, founded by editing veteran Betsy Mitchell. Warner Books was an imprint of Time Warner Books, which was acquired by Hachette Livre in 2006, becoming Hachette Book Group USA. Warner Books was founded in 1970, when Warner Communications purchased "The Paperback Library." Warner Books remains the mainly US- based imprint of Hachette Book Group USA. And Warner Aspect remains a publisher of note for many great Science Fiction/ Fantasy titles, including Bruce Bethke's "Headcrash" and Karin Lowachee's "Cagebird."
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• Peter Hamilton
• Karin Lowachee
• William Barton
• Sarah Zettel
• Nalo Hopkinson
• John Barnes
• James Stoddard
• Peg Kerr
• Carolyn Cherry
• Gregory Benford
• Steven Barnes
• Bruce Bethke
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- The High House and The False House, by James Stoddard (Warner ...
The High House and The False House, by James Stoddard (Warner Aspect, 1998/2000). Welcome to the House that God built. Evenmere, the High House, that unending ever-changing building which crosses and contains ...
- Black Gate Array Blog Archive Array Vintage and New: Revisiting The Night ...
Stoddard was dropped by his publisher (Warner Aspect) and, to date, the third book, The Winking House, has not been released. Not that Stoddard has been silent. Between 2002 and 2011, he contributed six stories to The ...
- The Science Fiction Book Club Reviews Revisited: August 2000
ACORNA'S WORLD by Anne McCaffrey and Elizabeth Ann Scarborough (Alternate) And this. Dark Matter: A Century of Speculative Fiction from the African Diaspora ed. Sheree R. Thomas (Warner Aspect 0-446-52583-9, Jul
- The SF Site Featured Review: Cagebird
... the graduate writing program at the University of British Columbia. Offered the chance, she went to Rankin Inlet on the west coast of Hudson Bay where she spent 9 months. Her novel, Warchild, won the Warner Aspect First Novel Contest.
- I Have Some Little Lists - Views from Medina Road - Blogger
2002 Novels recommended by Locus that reached a Nebula preliminary ballot. Lion's Blood, Steven Barnes (Warner Aspect) Kiln People, David Brin (Tor) The Mount, Carol Emshwiller (Small Beer) Light Music, Kathleen Ann ...
- Holy extra word power, Batman!: novels and novelizations
"Batman & Robin" movie novelization by Michael Jan Friedman (Warner/Aspect, Jun 97) "Batman & Robin" junior movie novelization by Alan Grant (Little, Brown and Company, 1997) "Robin: Facing the Enemy" by Alan Grant ...
- Bibliography / Filmography | DianeDuane.com
US trade paperback published as TO VISIT THE QUEEN, Warner Aspect, Spring 1999. ISBN 0446673188. THE BOOK OF NIGHT WITH MOON, hardcover original fantasy novel, an adult novel in the ?Young Wizards?; Hodder & Stoughton UK, ...
- Chris Drumm Books: bookshelf rehab
... 0446526185 Moorcock, Michael THE DREAMTHIEF'S DAUGHTER: A Tale of the Albino, Warner Aspect, 4/01, 1st printing, (Elric), new in dj $20 [list price: $24.95]; 0517558661 Moore, Ward GREENER THAN YOU THINK, ...
- gillpolack: Books by Canberra spec fic writers
Maxine McArthur Less Than Human Warner Aspect, 2004. ISBN: 0446613428. Maxine McArthur Time Future Random House/Transworld 1999. Maxine McArthur Time Past Warner Aspect and Random House, 2002
- More Words, Deeper Hole - After enough years in the industry, all ...
... Publishing" but obvs I could be wrong. (Reply) (Parent) (Thread). montoya · 2010-03-26 03:03 pm (UTC). So Grand Central is what used to be Warner Aspect? Weirdly, I've never even heard of them before. (Reply) (Thread) ...
- The SF Site Featured Review: Tesseracts 9
... with her family to Toronto in 1977. Her first novel, Brown Girl in the Ring (1998) won the Warner Aspect First Novel Contest, and the 1999 Locus Award for Best First Novel, and she won the 1998 John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer.
- The SF Site Featured Review: Those Who Walk in Darkness
Those Who Walk in Darkness. John Ridley. Warner Aspect, 320 pages. Those Who Walk in Darkness. John Ridley John Ridley is a multi-faceted talent in film, television, and publishing. The author of three highly regarded novels and a former ...
- The Ranting Room: Twain's Folly (Part One)
In the case of Headcrash, the North American English-language print rights are still controlled by Warner Aspect ? or rather, by the company that bought the Aspect line lock, stock, and barrel from Time Warner ? and there ...
- Del Rey's Editor-in-Chief Betsy Mitchell Bows Out | Tor.com
Starting in the early 1980s at Baen, Mitchell went on to editorial jobs at Bantam, Warner Aspect, and ultimately Del Rey. Her contributions to science fiction and fantasy are too numerous to list. She's edited the likes of William ...
- Review of Warchild by Karin Lowachee | Fantasy Cafe | Reviews of ...
Review of Warchild by Karin Lowachee, a book that won the Warner Aspect First Novel Contest and was nominated for the Philip K. Dick Award.