Short Fiction Survey

Monday, September 25th, 2000 | Posted by Web Master

Some of the very best fantasy fiction on the market today isn’t on the shelves of your local bookstore — it’s in the magazine rack. If it’s been a while since you’ve picked up a fantasy magazine, you’ve been missing the latest work by some of the field’s finest authors. David Soyka plunges into the pulp jungle to report on some of the best magazines for your money — including small press and international efforts.


New Books

Friday, September 15th, 2000 | Posted by Web Master

… in which we launch Black Gate‘s New Books column. Like our report on Upcoming Books, the New Books column is an in-depth look at the most promising new material caught on tape this week, including the latest addition to L. E. Modesitt Saga of Recluse, a new collaboration from Andre Norton, and much more.

Looking for the best in fantasy fiction? Put your feet up — we’ve done the work for you.



Tuesday, September 12th, 2000 | Posted by Web Master

After numerous requests, we’ve added a page with subscription information for the print edition of Black Gate. The first issue hits the stands in November — why take a chance on missing our blockbuster premiere issue? 224 pages packed with original fiction from the tops names in adventure fantasy, including Michael Moorcock, Charles de Lint, Jeffrey Ford, Richard Parks, Devon Monk, and others — not to mention reviews, interviews, books columns, and much more. Subscribe today!

Upcoming Books

Wednesday, September 6th, 2000 | Posted by Web Master

Ready? The fall Reading Season has started in earnest, and all over the country trucks packed with heavy books are headed your way. The next four months will see over 400 new novels, collections, anthologies, art books and more crammed unto the shelves of your local bookstore. This is where you’ll find them first.

New books and advance proofs in our offices this week include the latest Icewind Dale novel from R. A. Salvatore, Volume 4 of Kate Elliott’s Crown of Stars, and A Storm of Swords, the long-awaited third installment in George R.R. Martin’s epic fantasy saga A Song of Ice and Fire. Better hold your breath — Martin has announced there will be at least three more.



Friday, September 1st, 2000 | Posted by Web Master

Today the Black Gate website officially launches (hurrah!). To celebrate, we’re partying at Worldcon in Chicago all weekend.

We’ve also added a Staff page to let you know who’s who.


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