Announcing a new Jim Butcher Dresden Files Collection!

Working for Bigfoot by Jim Butcher

We've just added an original Jim Butcher title to this year's schedule, the themed short story collection, Working for Bigfoot. If you need a Dresden Files fix between novels, look no further.

About the Book:

Chicago wizard for hire Harry Dresden is used to mysterious clients with long hair and legs up to here. But when it turns out the long hair covers every square inch of his latest client’s body, and the legs contribute to a nine-foot height, even the redoubtable detective realizes he’s treading new ground. Strength of a River in His Shoulders is one of the legendary forest people, a Bigfoot, and he has a problem that only Harry can solve. His son Irwin is a scion, the child of a supernatural creature and a human. He’s a good kid, but the extraordinary strength of his magical aura has a way of attracting trouble.

In the three novellas that make up Working For Bigfoot, collected together for the first time here, readers encounter Dresden at different points in his storied career, and in Irwin’s life. As a middle-schooler, in “B is For Bigfoot,” Irwin attracts the unwelcome attention of a pair of bullying brothers who are more than they seem, and when Harry steps in, it turns out they have a mystical guardian of their own. At a fancy private high school in “I Was a Teenage Bigfoot,” Harry is called in when Irwin grows ill for the first time, and it’s not just a case of mono. Finally, Irwin is all grown up and has a grown-up’s typical problems as a freshman in college in “Bigfoot on Campus,” or would have if typical included vampires.

New York Times bestseller Jim Butcher explores the responsibilities of fatherhood and the difficulties of growing up with the elements Dresden Files fans crave—detection, adventure, humor, and magic.

Limited: 1000 signed numbered hardcover copies: $60

Trade: Fully cloth-bound hardcover copies: $35

Lettered: 26 signed leatherbound copies, housed in a custom traycase: $275


Order your signed/inscribed copy of Peter V. Brett’s THE SKULL THRONE now!

The Skull Throne by Peter V. Brett

The end times are coming. Well, at least the deadline when you can easily order a signed or inscribed copy of Peter V. Brett's The Skull Throne. We've already placed our order with his publisher, and have presold over 80% of our copies. As an added inducement to pick up a copy, here's a reminder of what the exclusive-to-SubPress embossing will look like.

The Skull Throne Embossing

Preorder your copy today!


Dan Simmons’ ENDYMION in Stock and Shipping

Endymion by Dan Simmons

The signed limited edition of Endymion, the third volume of Dan Simmons' Hyperion Cantos is in stock and starts shipping before the end of the week. Thanks to everyone for being patient as we worked to get the dust jacket art just right, an excellence that will be carried over to The Rise of Endymion.

Hardcore collectors, please note that there are a few copies of the lettered edition of Endymion not yet spoken for.

Limited: 474 signed numbered oversize hardcover copies, printed on 80# Finch: $150

Lettered: 52 signed leatherbound copies, housed in a custom traycase: $325 [very limited stock available]


Neal Stephenson’s THE DIAMOND AGE Lettered Edition in Stock and Shipping

The Diamond Age by Neal Stephenson

We're down to the last two copies of the signed, lettered edition of Neal Stephenson's The Diamond Age, which is in stock and shipping. This is, hands down, one of the two or three finest lettered editions we've ever published, right up there with Carlos Ruiz Zafon's novels and Neil Gaiman's Smoke and Mirrors. There are only two copies left. Your pocket may be lighter if you pick up a copy, but your collection will be the poorer if you don't. It's really that impressive.

Copies of the also gorgeous limited edition are still available, as well..

Limited: 500 signed numbered hardcover copies, in slipcase: $125

Lettered: 26 signed copies, specially bound, housed in a custom traycase: $500


The Signed Limited Edition of Christopher Moore’s YOU SUCK Available at Half Price

You Suck

We've been lucky enough to pick up copies of a classic Charnel Houe offering, You Suck by Christopher Moore, which we're offering for $75 per copy, a full 50% off the regular price.

You Suck is limited to 250 numbered copies, bound in Hot Pink Sierra Trendz Fabric, Imported from Holland and especially dyed for this project. The slipcase is bound in black Sierra.


Announcing FENDER LIZARDS, a new novel by Joe R. Lansdale

Fender Lizards by Joe R. Lansdale

Coming this November!

The unmistakable accent of the Piney Woods of East Texas rolls from the pages of Fender Lizards, Joe R. Lansdale’s tale of the life and love and work of one Dot Sherman, who delivers on her promise that her story is “the real thing from beginning to end.”

Dot waitresses on roller skates at the Dairy Bob, doesn’t care for smoking at least partly on account of her dad having never returned from a cigarette run, and carries on the family tradition of philosophizing. Life hasn’t done her any favors in her seventeen years so far. But if there was ever a heroine built for turning things upside down and seeing what shakes out, it’s Dot. Determined to find out who she is and why she’s the way she is, an opportunity presents itself when her heretofore-unknown uncle suddenly moves his camper into the front yard.

As in his classic novels The Bottoms and The Magic Wagon, multiple-award-winning Lansdale instills place with character and character with place. Here is an overlooked world and a cast of real folks that prove unforgettable, all rendered in one of American fiction’s most authentic voices.

Trade: Fully cloth bound hardcover edition: $40

Limited: 400 signed numbered copies, bound in leather, with full color illustrations by Jon Foster, plus two original short stories about a young Hap Collins: $60


Pay What You Want for Nearly 20 Subterranean Ebooks via Humble Bundle


Subterranean Press and Humble Bundle have partnered for the first time to offer readers a pay-what-you-want book bundle as we kick off our 20th year in publishing. The Humble Subterranean Press Book Bundle features an assortment of the best sci-fi, fantasy, and horror titles Subterranean Press has to offer and also marks the international debut for the bulk of these titles which were not available outside of the US until now.

This Humble Book Bundle boasts works by some of today's most praised and award-winning authors including John Scalzi, Clive Barker, Kelley Armstrong, Peter V. Brett, Harlan Ellison®, Cherie Priest, Joe R. Lansdale, Caitlin R. Kiernan, Robert McCammon, K. J. Parker, Ted Chiang, Dan Simmons, Barry Hughart, Tim Powers, Connie Willis, Jack Vance, and more.

Cllick HERE to go to Humble Bundle

Customers can name their price for The Jack Vance Treasury, Inside Job, Muse of Fire, Jacaranda: A Novella of the Clockwork Century, The Ape's Wife and Other Stories, The Top of the Volcano: The Award-Winning Stories of Harlan Ellison®, and Brayan’s Gold.

Those who pay more than the average price will also receive The Mallet of Loving Correction, Nobody's Home: An Anubis Gates Story, The Chronicles of Master Li and Number Ten Ox, The End of the Sentence, The Merchant and the Alchemist’s Gate, Tortured Souls: The Legend of Primordium, and Amityville Horrible.

Customers who pay $15 or more will receive all of the above plus Academic Exercises, The Hunter from the Woods, and Black Hat Jack.

Additional titles will be unveiled mid-promotion on February 25.


Stephen King’s THINNER Coming Soon

Thinner by Stephen King

PS Publishing's signed (facsimile) edition of Stephen King's Thinner is in our warehouse, and just waiting for its turn at the top of the shipping queue, which looks to be a few weeks away. Thinner marks another nifty PS production, with an illustrated slipcase, dust jacket, and art by both Les Edwards and Edward Miller

About the Book:

Hardnosed lawyer Billy Halleck carries a few pounds more than he should but, hey, he’s happy, content, successful and, well, let’s say ‘highly sexually charged.’ It’s this latter area that’s the cause of all that’s to befall him, when his wife, Heidi distracts him while he’s driving and causes Billy to run down a woman who was part of a group of traveling Gypsies.

The case is kicked out of court (thanks to the judge being a personal friend of Billy) and everyone is happy. Well, everyone, that is, except for the dead woman’s father who’s less than impressed with American justice.

“Thinner,” he whispers in Billy’s ear as he strokes Halleck’s face. And, hoo boy, it’s a retribution that truly takes the cake as, from that very moment onwards, Billy Halleck discovers the diet of the gods. No matter what he puts away, the pounds continue to roll off.

Initially fearing some virulent cancer, Billy is relieved when he gets the all-clear. From then on, he’s happy with his lot: I mean, what’s not to like—clear your plate as many times as you want and you don’t put on an ounce? Hey, come on, right? Except, Billy wonders, how will this condition end? Not well, Billy’s inner voice whispers. Not well at all.

Often overlooked in summaries of King’s works, Thinner is a true tour de force…a riveting page-turner of the highest order.

With all manner of goodies including an Introduction from Johnny Mains, colour artwork from both Les Edwards and Edward Miller (Les’s ‘dark half’ if truth be told)—and with Johnny and Les signing all copies—the slipcased state will be a joy to behold.

Limited: 974 numbered copies, signed by the artists and author of the introduction: $125


Cherie Priest’s JACARANDA ships this week

Jacaranda by Cherie Priest

Later this week, we'll be doing the bubble bag and mailer routine for Cherie Priest's novella, Jacaranda. This looks like her last foray into her Clockwork Century world for some time (if not forever), and we already have more distributor orders for the trade hardcover than we can fill, so ordering now might be a good idea.

Along the way, Jacaranda has picked up a good deal of praise:

From Publishers Weekly:

This gripping postscript to Priest’s Clockwork Century series (which officially concluded with Fiddlehead) takes readers to the titular Galveston, Tex., haunted hotel, in an alternate 1895 seasoned with ghosts and gears. Father Rios is a former gunslinger cursed with second sight and a dark past. When Sister Eileen contacts him about the dozens who have died in the hotel, he visits ahead of an impending hurricane and soon witnesses the horrors firsthand. Rios is a great protagonist, full of conflicts and doubts, and he drives the tale well. While the story stands on its own, it also provides some melancholy closure for fans of Priest’s earlier books.

From Locus:

In Jacaranda, set in Cherie Priest’s alternate version of late 1800s America—the one she set up in Boneshaker and has dipped back into successfully several times since—there is a hotel on Galveston Island that seems to be murdering its guests. What then unspools is a locked room horror mystery that has a little bit of The Shining and a little more Tarantino mixed in… Those who love a short spook or are Clockwork Century completists (or both, which might be a pretty big intersection on the Venn diagram) will love what Priest has done here.

From RT Book Reviews:

...The characters here are vivid and interesting enough that hopefully this particular adventure isn't the last we hear of them, or of the survivors at least.

From October Country:

What you get…is a steady, insistent pulse-beat of dread. Priest does a good job of keeping the tension tight and the outcome in doubt, right up to the very end.

From SanFrancisco Book Review:

While other novels in Priest’s Clockwork Century series have dabbled in supernatural elements, Jacaranda is the first to go full bore and embrace the supernatural. It leaves behind much of the steampunk and pseudoscientific trappings that characterize the series, offering a cursed hotel and perils less tangible than sap-poisoned rotters and Civil War profiteers… A welcome new wrinkle in an established series, Jacaranda shows there’s plenty of life left in the Clockwork Century universe.


New Mira Grant sent to the printer

Rolling in the Deep by Mira Grant

We've reviewed the final files, put a tie on them, and sent Mira Grant's Rolling in the Deep, to the printer. Along the way, the deep sea horror novella picked up another review, this one from Library Journal:

A well-crafted little monster tale from Seanan McGuire (author of the popular ‘October Daye’ urban fantasy series as well as horror/sf under the Grant pen name), this novella is a treat for her fans…

This review dovetails nicely with the earlier one from Publishers Weekly:

In this slim, grim tale of aquatic horror, Grant (Symbiont) unveils the tragic last voyage of the SS Atargatis, hired by the Imagine Network to help film a fake documentary on mermaids while also performing deep-sea scientific studies… In true horror fashion, Grant introduces a large cast of colorful personalities, giving many of them brief chances to shine, before unleashing the horrors of the deep upon them.

Limited: 1000 signed numbered hardcover copies: $40


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