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John W. Campbell Who Goes There

Publication coincides with a remake of The Thing When a group of scientific researchers, isolated in Antarctica, stumbles across an alien spaceship buried in the ice it seems like an incredible opportunity. As they transport an alien corpse back to camp several scientists begin to experience vivid and unsettling dreams. They’re dismissed...but the nightmare is only beginning. The classic SF short story, the basis of The Thing, is published alongside other stories by Campbell, to tie-in with a major new Hollywood movie adaptation. John W. Campbell (1910–1971) was born in New Jersey. He is often credited with shaping the ‘Golden Age of Science Fiction’.

Science Fiction MMP June £6.99 192pp 178 x 111mm 978 0 575 09103 0 Markets: World XUSAC USA & Translation: Scott Meredith Literary Agency Serial: Orion


Stephen Donaldson Daughter of Regals

The creator of Thomas Covenant adds eight new wonders to the world In his first collection of short fiction Stephen Donaldson presents eight superb stories. Enter a world of mystics and unicorns, angels and kings, all realised with the dazzling style and imagination that has made Stephen Donaldson a modern master of the fantasy genre. Stephen Donaldson has won the John W. Campbell and World Fantasy Awards. He lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Fantasy MMP June £8.99 352pp 198 x 129mm 978 0 575 09126 9 Markets: World XUSAC USA & Translation: Howard Morhaim Literary Agency Serial: Orion

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