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12 Aug

The Book Sense Sci-Fi/Fantasy Bestseller List

Based on four weeks of sales from over 400 independent bookstores across America.

Past Category Bestseller lists are available at www.bookweb.org/read/5677.

Attention Media: Please contact Kristen Gilligan at kristen@bookweb.org for reprint guidelines for your newspaper or magazine.

Trade Paperback | Mass Market | Hardcover

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17 Jul

Announcing the Fall 2003 Book Sense 76 Science Fiction and Fantasy Top Ten

Here are booksellers' picks for the top ten science fiction and fantasy titles for the fall. Pads will be in the August white box mailing and a downloadable PDF file will be available at www.bookweb.org/read/1474 next week. This Web page also includes links to all past Book Sense 76s.

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10 Sep

Hugo Awards Announced

The Science Fiction Achievements, more popularly known as the Hugo Awards, were recently announced. Among the winners were:

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22 Aug

The Book Sense Category Bestseller List: SF/Fantasy for Ages 9-12

Based on the last eight weeks of sales from over 350 independent bookstores across America.

Last week, we ran a list for teens and up, so here's one for the Middle Readers. Yes, Harry and Redwall appear on both lists, but there are a lot of great-selling, new and classic books for ages nine to 12. And kudos to Aladdin and their $2.95 paperback reissues.

Attention Media: Please contact Kristen Gilligan at kristen@bookweb.org for reprint guidelines for your newspaper or magazine.

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15 Aug

The Book Sense Category Bestseller List: SF/Fantasy

Based on the last eight weeks of sales from over 350 independent bookstores across America.

Here is a fantastic cross-section of SF and fantasy fiction, new and classic, for teen readers up to us oldsters. (Dune is still my favorite book of all time.) Look for The Two Towers to make a run at #1 soon. A few nice surprises on this list.

Next week: A younger readers' fantasy list. (No, that can't include a wish that summer would never end…)

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09 May

New Paperback Original from a Life-Long Bookseller

Shelley Jackson's debut story collection, The Melancholy of Anatomy (an Anchor Books trade paper original), boldly turns the human body inside out, as the visceral becomes visible and takes on a life of its own through her fantastical tales.

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28 Feb

Announcing: A New Book Sense 76 Top Ten for Science Fiction/Fantasy

Thanks to a great outpouring of bookseller recommendations, we were able to compile another fantastic Science Fiction/Fantasy Top Ten. This is our second list, the previous one coming late last year. No particular timing involved -- just a critical mass of recommendations, which came together very nicely.

The flier will go on press this week, the pad of fliers will go into the March white box (at the same time as the Poetry 76 Top Ten pad).

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