All copies of James P. Blayock's Zeuglodon have made their way safely out the door and are en route to customers as well as our large accounts. I'm quite happy to say that we have only 15 copies of the signed, limited edition remaining, and double that number of the trade copies. The signed limited includes the novel proper, afterwords by both William Ashbless and William Hastings, and a chapbook of Blaylock's first published story, "Hans Clinker", unavailable for 35 years!
Fortuitously, Paul di Filippo just gave the novel a rave at Locus Online:
After some recent books that explored his steampunk interests, Blaylock now returns to urban fantasy, producing a thrill-filled novel blended of whimsy and danger, absurdity and eternal wisdom. Specifically, he’s back in the world that we first encountered in 1984′s The Digging Leviathan: contemporary oddball California (and beyond), where the elite members of the Guild of St. George battle nefariousness in all its manifestations.