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Merger of EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, Tesseract Books and Dragon Moon Press
EDGE Science Fiction & Fantasy Publishing  
Date: 23 August 2007 / Show Official Info /

About Dragon Moon Press

Since the first printing of "Daughter of Dragons" in 1997, Dragon Moon Press has established itself as a leading Canadian publishing house whose dedication to first time authors and writers of literary excellence earned the company a place in the hearts of readers around the globe. The company has produced a number of books over the years, including the very popular "Complete Guide" series, which includes three guide books on writing Fantasy and a soon-to-be-released guide book about writing Science Fiction.

About EDGE Science Fiction Publishing and Tesseracts Books

Since its award winning publication of Marie Jakober's "The Black Chalice" in 2002, life has been on high speed for this Calgary publishing company. It quickly gained recognition from readers and writers alike for its critical selection of engaging speculative fiction. EDGE's authors come from Canada, the USA, New Zealand and Australia. EDGE authors have garnered world wide recognition by winning a number of awards - including the Canadian Aurora Award, the Australian Aurealis Award and the ForeWord Magazine Award (USA).

About Tesseract Books

In 2003, EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy acquired Tesseract Books - the publisher of the highly respected and extremely popular "Tesseracts" anthology of Canadian short speculative fiction. About the Tesseract Anthology Series

Since its inception 22 years ago, the Tesseracts anthology has featured 344 short works and more than 200 Canadian authors, editors and translators -- including such well known writers as Margaret Atwood, Robert J. Sawyer, Spider Robinson, and William Gibson, to name a few.

New Merger Creates Canada's Largest Genre Specific Publishing Company

With the merger of EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publications, Tesseract Books and Dragon Moon Press, this triumvirate publishing house now has more than 90 titles in print, making it Canada's largest genre specific publisher. A new book catalog will be available in September.

Cheers, Justyn Perry, Marketing Manager Box 1714, Calgary, AB, T2P 2L7, Canada 403-254-0160 (voice) / 403-254-0456 (fax) --------------------------------------------------------
Imprints:
EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing
Tesseract Books
Dragon Moon Press
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2007 Releases (Spring):

    Hydrogen Steel by K. A. Bedford (March 2007)
    i-Robot Poetry by Jason Christie (April 2007)
    Tesseracts Ten edited by Edo van Belkom and Robert Charles Wilson (May 2007)
    Righteous Anger by Lynda Williams (June 2007)
    Operation Immortal Servitude (Book 1) by Tony Ruggiero (February 2007)
    Ancestor by Scott Sigler (April 2007)
    Complete Guide to Writing Fantasy, The: Volume 3 - The Author's Grimoire edited by Valerie Griswold-Ford & Lai Zhao
    Too Many Princes by Deby Fredericks
    Small Magics by Erik Buchanan
    Alien Revelation by Tony Ruggiero
2007 Releases (Fall):
    As Fate Decrees by Denysé Bridger (August 2007)
    Complete Guide to Writing Science Fiction, The: Volume 1 - First Contact edited by Dave A. Law and Darin Park (September 2007)
    Longevity Thesis by Jennifer Rahn (September 2007)
    Keeper's Child by Leslie Davis (October 2007)
    Darkness of the God by Amber Hayward (October 2007)
    Virtual Evil (Time Rovers Book Two) by Jana Oliver (October 2007)
    Tesseracts Eleven edited by Cory Doctorow & Holly Phillips (November 2007)
    Darwin's Paradox by Nina Muteanu (November 2007)
2008 Releases (Spring):
    JEMMA 7729 by Phoebe Wray (February 2008)
    Sword Master by Selina Rosen (February 2008)
    Lachli by Margaret Bonham (March 2008)
    Clan of the Dung-Sniffers by Lee Danielle Hubbard (April 2008)
    Operation Immortal Servitude: Save the Innocent (Book 2) by Tony Ruggiero (April 2008)
    The Hounds of Ash and other Tales of Fool Wolf by Greg Keyes (May 2008)
    Billi Baddings and the Case of the Pitcher's Pendant by Tee Morris (May 2008)

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