‘Never Never Stories’, the first science fiction & fantasy collection from Jason Sanford is now available as an ebook for the Kindle, Nook and iPhone / iPad. This is the second ebook I’ve created for Jason, following on from his novella ‘Sublimation Angels’. The collection contains stories previously published in ‘Interzone’, ‘Analog Science Fiction and Fact’, ‘Apex Magazine’, ‘Ikarie’, and ‘Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show’, amongst others. It also contains never-before published material.
The novella Sublimation Angels by Jason Sanford is now available as an ebook for the Kindle and Nook. Sublimation Angels was a finalist for the Nebula Award for Best Novella and won the Interzone Readers’ Poll. My next project with Jason will be the ebook version of his short story collection Never Never Stories.
Lee Goldberg wonders how we should refer to the print publishing industry to distinguish it from the growing ebook sector. The terminology is still being worked out so discussions are full of phrases such as ‘legacy publishers’ and ‘traditional publishers’. It might sound pedantic but standard labels are useful to avoid confusion.
Thinking about eBook application user interfaces and how they become part of the reading experience. Will interfaces that mimic real world objects become less common as the applications mature and readers become more familiar with digital books?
An eBook edition of Valley of Lights by Stephen Gallagher will be available soon.
An illustration for ‘Tethered to the Cold and Dying’ by Ray Cluley which will be published in the next issue of Interzone.
Typical programmer, I get a new gadget and one of the first things I try is something it doesn’t officially support. The Kindle 3 has a web browser hidden away in the experimental menu and it’s not too bad.
I’ve added an eBook production case study which might be useful if you plan to publish on the Kindle. It provides an outline of a project, from conversion and scanning of the original texts, through editing and layout, to final cover design and branding.
An eBook version of Follower by Stephen Gallagher is now available on the Kindle.
The first batch of Stephen Gallagher eBooks are available for the Amazon Kindle. More titles to follow, plus versions for the iBooks app on the iPhone and iPad.