Gardner Dozois writes:
Seven of my old titles have just gone on sale in ebook form on the Baen Books site. There are novels, short story collections, and anthologies here. Some of these books haven’t been in print for forty years, and most of them would cost you anywhere from thirty or forty bucks to hundreds of dollars to buy used in print form. You can buy the titles individually, or buy all of them in a bundle for $25 and save $10.
The books are:STRANGERS (a novel)
A DAY IN THE LIFE (my first-ever anthology)
ANOTHER WORLD (another early anthology from the ’70s)
STRANGE DAYS (a collection)
NIGHTMARE BLUE (a novel, written with George Alec Effinger)
MORNING CHILD AND OTHER STORIES (a collection)
THE VISIBLE MAN (my first short-story collection)
Eventually, when I can figure out how to do it, these ebooks will also be available for the Kindle, the Nook, and so forth.
Coming up on the Baen site are SLOW DANCING THROUGH TIME, a collection of stories I wrote with other authors, including Michael Swanwick and Jack Dann, and an anthology of stories about the war between science and religion, probably (alas) more germane than ever, GALILEO’S CHILDREN.
Coming up on the Baen site in ebook form next year, probably in March, will be all 39 of the anthologies I co-edited with Jack Dann, both science fiction and fantasy, plus my own solo anthologies GALACTIC EMPIRES and ONE MILLION A.D..
Between this deal and St. Martin’s press bringing all my old St. Martin’s titles back as ebooks, by the end of 2013 practically everything I’ve ever worked on, fiction and anthologies, should be available in ebook form.
The link for the Baen books site is: