It’s Book 5 in her Mysterious Devices series.
Tor.com is out with A Master of Djinn, the first full-length novel by P. Djèlí Clark. The story takes place in the same alternate-world, early 20th century Cairo that was the setting for Clark’s acclaimed novella The Haunting of Tram Car 015.
Mark R. Brandon’s Inkerman follows the March release of a story collection. It’s about a British Army captain who encounters unusual military technology in 1867 Crimea.
The novella about London’s “greatest and most covert spy” doesn’t have a title yet. It will be the third in the series, which is a spinoff of her Finishing School books.
Originally published in 2010, Romanticism Lost was inspired by Frankenstein, Dracula, and other genre classics, the author says. He’s best known for the Poppy Orpington Chronicles, his steampunk motor-racing series.
DisCon III, aka the 79th World Science Fiction Convention, announced the finalists for the 2021 Hugo Awards, along with the Astounding Award for Best New Writer and Lodestar Award for Best Young Adult Book.
The organizers of Steampunk CommuniTea Weekend have lined up an impressive roster of speakers for the virtual gathering, with guests including Gail Carriger, Dave Lee, James Ng, Joe Phillips, and many more.
Tor.com is planning a May 11 release for P. Djèlí Clark’s A Master of Djinn, a novel set in an alternate 1912 Cairo beset by magical forces. The book is a follow-up to Clark’s acclaimed novella The Haunting of Tram Car 015.
Love at Second Sight is Book 4 in the author’s series “where potions run technology and passions run deep.”
The new titles include Lafcadio Hearn’s Kwaidan & Shadowings, collections of “ghost stories, nightmares and strange tales” set in Japan. They were originally published in the early 1900s. The publisher launched a Kickstarter campaign for the books.