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The Secrets of Frank Herbert's Dune
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Based on Frank Herbert's "Dune", the epic new SCI FI Channel mini-series embodies science fiction adventure at its grandest! This lavish new production, starring William Hurt, Alec Newman and Giancarl…
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Hermes Press is proud to announce the release of Ron Goulart's classic history of the pulps: Cheap Thrills. This book is more than just a reprint of Goulart's ground-breaking 1972 history of the pulps…
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Aftershock (Star Trek: Starfleet Academy, #2)
Leonard McCoy was a medical student at Starfleet Academy® looking forward to the winter break. He was just trying to have some fun when a football game on Academy grounds got out of hand, and all than…
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Hotel de Dream
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'Hotel de Dream' is a historical novel from one of New York's most prolific authors. It is constructed around the imagined authorship of a novel by Stephen Crane.
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The Barrow Will Send What it May (Danielle Cain #2)
Margaret Killjoy’s Danielle Cain series is a dropkick-in-the-mouth anarcho-punk fantasy that pits traveling anarchist Danielle Cain against eternal spirits, hypocritical ideologues, and brutal, unfeel…
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The Lords and the New Creatures
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Originally self-published as two separate volumes in 1969 (The Lords/Notes on Vision, which Morrison described as "a thesis on film aesthetics," and The New Creatures, a surreal portrait of modern exi…
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Blizzard: Poems
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Henri Cole, one of our greatest poets, explores the discordant nature of our condition on earth in Blizzard, his tenth collection.

"An artist of the greatest gifts." --Louise Gl�ck

Daring, tender, truth…
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William Shakespeare's Star Wars: Verily, A New Hope (William Shakespeare's Star Wars, #4)

Return once more to a galaxy far, far away with this sublime retelling of George Lucas's epic Star Wars in the style of the immortal Bard of Avon. The saga of a wise (Jedi) k…
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Our Numbered Days
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In 2013, Neil Hilborn’s performance of his poem “OCD” went viral. To date, it has been watched over 10 million times. Our Numbered Days is Neil’s debut full-length poetry collection, containing 45 of …
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Averno is a small crater lake in southern Italy, regarded by the ancient Romans as the entrance to the underworld. That place gives its name to Louise Glück's te…
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The Ethereal Transit Society
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Not all cults are wrong about the end of the world...

Believing their late mentor is calling them from the grave, the last surviving members of a modern doomsday cult travel across the country to recla…
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Road Seven
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2021 IPPY Award Bronze Medalist - Best Fantasy Novel

Mark Sandoval—resolutely arrogant, covered head to foot in precise geometric scarring, and still marginally famous after Hollywood made an Oscar-win…
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Shelter in Place
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It is the Saturday after the 2016 presidential election, and in a plush weekend house in Connecticut, an intimate group of friends, New Yorkers all, has gathered to recover from what they consider the…
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Fear Itself (Star Trek: Discovery, #3)
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Lieutenant Saru is a Kelpien, a member of a prey species born on a world overrun by monstrous predators…and a being who very intimately understands the nature of fear. Challenged on all sides, he is d…
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Shockwave (Star Trek: Enterprise #3)
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"Time shall unfold what plighted cunning hides..."
-- William Shakespeare

"The Vulcan Science Directorate has concluded that time travel is impossible."
-- T'Pol

The Starship Enterprise™ NX-01 has c…

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Xenopath (Bengal Station, #2)
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Working for a telepathic detective agency, Vaughan investigates a series of murders linked to the colony world of Mallory, and the slaughter of innocent aliens there by a colonial organization.
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The Private Life of Elder Things
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From the wastes of the sea to the shadows of our own cities, we are not alone. But what happens where the human world touches the domain of races ancient and alien? Museum curators, surveyors, police …
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Crisis on Vulcan (Star Trek: Starfleet Academy, #1)
A young Spock accompanied his father, the Vulcan diplomat Sarek, to the planet Marath to help negotiate a peace treaty. With the signed treaty safely in hand, they board the Starship Enterprise and he…
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Let's Go!: Benjamin Orr and The Cars
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A Talent for War (Alex Benedict, #1)
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Christopher Sim changed mankind's history forever when he forged a rag-tag group of misfits into the weapon that broke the alien Ashiyyur. But now, one man believes Sim was a fraud, and Alex must foll…
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The Cthulhu Wars: The United States’ Battles Against the Mythos
From the Patriots' raid on the necromancer Joseph Curwen, to the Special Forces' assault on Leng in 2007, this unique document reveals the secret and terrible struggle between the United States and th…
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A Village Life
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A Village Life, Louise Glück's eleventh collection of poems, begins in the topography of a village, a Mediterranean world of no definite moment or place:

All the roads in the village unite at the fount…
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The Expanse (Star Trek: Enterprise #6)
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High above the planet Earth, an alien probe appears -- and in an unspeakably horrific instant, releases a deadly blast that strafes the planet's surface, leaving a miles-wide, smoldering crater of des…
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The Descent of Monsters (Tensorate, #3)
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JY Yang continues to redefine the limits of silkpunk fantasy with their Tensorate novellas, which the New York Times lauded as "joyously wild." In this third volume, an investigation into atrocities c…
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Bottom (Oberon Modern Plays)
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Locked in his bathroom during a tragic third date, Willy Hudson asks: are you a Top or a Bottom?

Bottom is about bums, Beyoncé and burnt fish fingers. Join Willy for a queer …
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This story is not part of the Revelation Space series. It was developed from notes for an unwritten novel and maybe one day that novel will be completed, for we need to know the fate of the Earth. Thi…
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Liftoff: Elon Musk and the Desperate Early Days That Launched SpaceX
"This is as important a book on space as has ever been written and it's a riveting page-turner, too." —Homer Hickam, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author of Rocket Boys

The dramatic inside story of the…
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Professor Gargoyle (Tales from Lovecraft Middle School, #1)
Every volume in the Lovecraft Middle School series is fully illustrated and features an original lenticular portrait on the cover. Display them on bookshelves—and then watch the cover characters morph…
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The Bosch: A Novella (Polity Universe)
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The Bosch is a short novella of 21,000 words, written after nightmares about a far future biotech world and subsequently leafing through a Hieronymus Bosch art book. Set in a far future after the Poli…
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Goddess at the Crossroads
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Deathwing (Warhammer 40,000)
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This classic anthology of dark and gothic SF was first published in the late 1980s and richly deserves its cult reputation. It includes work by blistering talents such as Ian Watson, Storm Constantine…
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