The Books I Bought/Got at WisCon Post (with Pictures)

Book CoverFantasy – A sampler of the type of fiction printed in Fantasy Magazine. It’s printed on cheap gray pulp, which is a turnoff for me, but I’m looking forward to reading this one. All the stories have not been printed before, which is cool. Plus there’s a story by Ekaterina Sedia called “Zombie Lenin.” Worth reading just for that.
The Secret History of MoscowThe Secret History of Moscow – Ekaterina Sedia’s upcoming novel. She gave me an ARC and I stupidly forgot to have it autographed. I’m looking forward to reading this one.
Polyphony 5Polyphony 5 – The previous issue of the slipstream anthology. I really enjoyed the previous Polyphonys I’ve read. My friend Paul Berger was in issue 6. This stuff is always good reading.
The James Tiptree Award Anthology 3The James Tiptree Award Anthology 3 – Subversive stories about sex and gender. After reading the Tiptree biography and spending a weekend at WisCon, how could I not buy a book which promises to subvert my ideas about gender and sex?
Also, Michael Moorcock’s The Time Dweller (For only $1!), Alan E. Nourse The Bladerunner (just for the name), Foreigners and Other Familiar Faces by Mark Rich, Blood and Brine by Jaime Lee Moyer, Diet Soap from M.K. Hobson, and Electric Velocipede 12. Lots of reading to do, but all good stuff as far as I’m concerned.