Announcing Track Changes: Selected Reviews by Abigail Nussbaum

Cover design by Tom Joyes

I'm thrilled to announce that my first collection of reviews, Track Changes, will be published by Briardene Books this summer. Track Changes collects nearly sixty reviews from nearly twenty years of writing, covering novels, short fiction, television, and film in the science fiction and fantasy genres. It is, as the title suggests, a chronicle of shifting tides in genre fiction, in world politics, and in my own understanding of both. I've been working on this book for nearly a year, selecting, evaluating, and re-editing my old material, and the result is something that I am very proud of.

Track Changes will be published in paperback (and those of you familiar with Briardene will know that it is going to be a handsome, substantial volume) and ebook versions. Both are available for preorder from the Briardene website, and the ebook will also be available from other vendors. The gorgeous cover design is by Tom Joyes.

Track Changes is scheduled for publication on August 8th. It will be launched at the 82nd Worldcon, which will be held in Glasgow, Scotland, and will be available for purchase there. We will be holding a launch event at the convention, and will have more information on that to follow.

In the meantime, I will remind you that Briardene are also the publishers of Niall Harrison's collection of reviews All These Worlds, which has been nominated for the BSFA award for best nonfiction. Tomorrow we will learn if it has also been nominated for a Hugo (fingers crossed!). This is a remarkable, essential work of modern science fiction criticism (see my review), and if you haven't read it yet I strongly urge you to pick it up.


Erl said…
Mazel tov!
Jacob Glicklich said…
Awesome! I'm going to preorder this right now.
Lokifan said…
Congrats!!! Exciting :D

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