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IN THE WORDS OF EDWARD KEENAN: [Jun. 24th, 2016|11:13 am]
Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic

"...Simple howling resentment is not a substitute for the complicated, difficult, nuanced work of fixing the system that produced it."

(Toronto Star, Apr 3/16)
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NEW BOOKS, ETC. [Jun. 21st, 2016|02:08 pm]
Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic


Looking for something new to read this week? We've got you covered.

(Speaking of new, remember: tonight Guy Gavriel Kay will give away a gorgeous, leather-bound copy of Children Of Earth And Sky, one of only ten in existence! Right here, 7pm.)

Nightmare Stacks, Charles Stross
League Of Dragons, Naomi Novik
Judenstaat, Simone Zelitch
Blood In The Water, Taylor Anderson
Darkest Road, Morgan Rhodes
Hundred Thousand Worlds, Bob Proehl
Shadows Of The Dark Crystal, J.M. Lee
Vanishing Throne, Elizabeth May

Trade Paperback
Dreams Of Distant Shores, Patricia A. McKillip
Golden Specific, S.E. Grove
Escapology, Ren Warom
Romeo And/Or Juliet, Ryan North
Honeysuckle And Pain, Mark Z. Danielewski
In The Shadow Of The Gods, Rachel Dunne
New Pompeii, Daniel Godfrey
Duskfall, Christopher B. Husberg
Gap Of Time, Jeanette Winterson
The Eaters, Corrie Brundage
This Is Not The End, Jesse Jordan

Mass Market
Annihilation Score, Charles Stross
Silent Hall, N.S. Dolkart

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DAVID BRIN, UPDATED [Jun. 16th, 2016|11:49 am]
Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic


Unfortunate news, folks. David Brin is unable to make it to Toronto this weekend. So we will NOT be hosting him on Saturday June 18th.

We'll still have cookies, though.

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Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic


Please join us here at the store at 7pm on Tuesday June 21st to celebrate both the start of summer and Guy Gavriel Kay's newest book Children Of Earth And Sky.

Guy has donated a SPECTACULAR prize: a gorgeous leatherbound edition of Children Of Earth And Sky, one of only 10 copies in existence. We'll hold a draw for it after his reading; you have to be here to win (and, y'know, to enjoy the party and all).

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WANT SOMETHING NEW TO READ? [Jun. 14th, 2016|04:01 pm]
Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic

We can help you with that!

Stiletto, Daniel O'Malley
Weaver's Lament, Elizabeth Haydon
False Hearts, Laura Lam
Steeplejack, A.J. Hartley
Spells Of Blood And Kin, Claire Humphrey
King Slayer, Virginia Boecker

Trade Paperback
Into Everywhere, Paul McAuley
Ninefox Gambit, Yoon Ha Lee
Mechanical Failure, Joe Zieja
Damnos, Nick Kyme
Orbs, Nicholas Sansbury Smith
Into Deep Space, Dom Testa
Exit Zero, Neil Cohen
Great Detective, Zach Dundas
Something Coming Through, Paul McAuley
Necropolis, Avtar Singh
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DAVID BRIN [Jun. 13th, 2016|11:58 am]
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We're thrilled to annouce that author and futurist David Brin will visit this Saturday, June 18th!

Please join us at the store at 3pm to meet David, and check out his new short story collection Insistence Of Vision. It's going to be a great afternoon; you should totally come.

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THE AXE AND THE SCALPEL [Jun. 9th, 2016|03:32 pm]
Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic

This coming Sunday, June 12th, editor and anthologist Michael Matheson will lead an editing workshop here, aptly titled 'The Axe and the Scalpel'.

It starts at 1pm. Tickets are available at eventbrite or at the door.
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WE'VE GOT A BUNCH OF NEW BOOKS [Jun. 7th, 2016|03:51 pm]
Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic

... and some burned-out lightbulbs. But the at least the books are interesting!

End Of Watch, Stephen King
Last Night, A Superhero Saved My Life, Liesa Mignogna, editor
Death's Bright Day, David Drake
Nobody Likes A Goblin, Ben Hatke
Infomocracy, Malka Older
Grayling's Song, Karen Cushman
Medusa Chronicles, Stephen Baxter
Galactic Games, Bryan Thomas Schmidt
Magic And Loss, Virginia Heffernan
Green And Ancient Light, Frederic S. Durbin
Trainbots, Miranda Paul
Black Tide Rising, John Ringo

Trade Paperback
Scorpion Rules, Erin Bow
Marriage Of Opposites, Alice Hoffman
Super Extra Grande, Yoss
Thor's Serpents, K.L. Armstong & M.L. Marr
Poseidon's Wake, Alastair Reynolds
Magonia, Mari Dahvana Headley
Devastating Hate, Markus Heitz
Tabit Genesis, Tony Gonzales
Mammoth Book Of Cthulhu, Paula Guran, editor
War Factory, Neal Asher
Autumn Princess, Dragon Child, Lian Hearn
Death Of The Old World, Guy Haley
Red Queen, Victoria Aveyard
Year's Best Military And Adventure SF 2015, David Afsharirad, editor
Sign Of One, Eugene Lambert
Invasion, Jay Bonansinga
The Fellowship, Philip Zaleski
Sky Key, James Frey
Zero Line, James Frey
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SO, HERE'S A THING... [Jun. 1st, 2016|11:35 am]
Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic

In the rush of events and cons and vacations that was May, we missed our birthday. Again*.

We're 44 years old. Woot!

*Apparently it's true: memory is the first thing to go
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SOME NEW BOOKS FOR YOU [May. 31st, 2016|04:11 pm]
Bakka-Phoenix Books -- Canada's Oldest Science Fic

View From The Cheap Seats, Neil Gaiman
Leviathan's Blood, Ben Peek
World According To Star Wars, Cass R. Sunstein

Trade Paperback
Geek Feminist Revolution, Kameron Hurley
Lord Of Ashes, Richard Ford
Shadow Of Tyr, Glenda Larke
Book Of Speculation, Erika Swyler
Zero Hour, Pittacus Lore
The Malice, Peter Newman

Mass Market
End Of All Things, John Scalzi
Dinosaur Lords, Victor Milan
Midnight Plan Of The Repo Man, W. Bruce Cameron
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