Jenna Starborn (Mar., $14) by Sharon Shinn. The compassion of an unloved child is tested on planet Fieldstar.
Outlaw Sword (July, $14) by J. Ardian Lee. A contemporary man returns to 18th-century Scotland to reunite with his true love.
Reprint: Tales from Earthsea (May, $13.95) by Ursula K. Le Guin.
Reprint: A Storm of Swords (June, $14.95) by George R.R. Martin. 75,000 first printing.
The Minority Report and Other Classic Stories (May, $14.95) by Philip K. Dick. The title tale will be released as a Tom Cruise film in June.
Shamanspace (Mar., $12.99) by Steve Aylett. Competing psychic groups battle for revenge in this multidimensional conspiracy adventure.
Behind the Mask of Spider-Man: The Secrets of the Movie (Mar., $20) by Mark Cotta Vaz. The official movie tie-in reveals design illustrations, costumes and more.
Inside Men in Black II (June, $22) by Brad Munson is an illustrated tie-in complete with script. Advertising.
The Scar (July, $18.95) by China Miéville introduces new characters to the world last seen in Perdido Street Station. Advertising. 6-city author tour.
Star Wars: The Essential Chronology (Mar., $18.95) by Kevin J. Anderson and Daniel Wallace offers a capsule history of events. Advertising.
Star Wars: The Essential Guide to Vehicles and Vessels (Mar., $18.95) by Bill Smith details everything that rolls or flies. Advertising.
Agent of Darkness (June, $18.95) by Lee Eide. A horror novelist battles an immortal fiend to free thousands of souls.
Reprint: Icebones (June, $14.95) by Stephen Baxter.
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Frenzetta (June, $13.95) by Richard Calder takes a dystopian look at the future.
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The Shadow Hunter (Apr., $14.95) by Pat Murphy updates her 1982 novel about a young Neanderthal transported into the future.
Reprint: Flatterland: Like Flatland, Only More So (May, $14) by Ian Stewart. 40,000 first printing.
Star Trek: Voyager: The Hologram's Handbook (Apr., $14.95) by Robert Picardo opens a window onto the world of holographic reality. Advertising. Author publicity.
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds V (May, $14.95), edited by Dean Wesley Smith, is the fifth collection of stories written by fans. Advertising.
Nebula Awards Showcase 2002 (Apr., $15), edited by Kim Stanley Robinson, gathers a collection chosen by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.
The Year's Best Science Fiction: Nineteenth Annual Collection (July, $19.95), edited by Gardner Dozois, is the latest assemblage of tales in this series.
The Kanshou: Book I of Earthkeep (Apr., $14) by Sally Miller Gearhart launches a trilogy set on the planet Little Blue in 2087, where women outnumber men 12 to one.
Gene Roddenberry's Earth: Final Conflict--Legacy (Apr.; $14.95, cloth $24.95) by Glenn R. Sixbury deals with alien threats and Native American magic.
Reprints: Children of the Mind (July, $14.95) by Orson Scott Card; The Collected Stories of Vernor Vinge (Aug., Orb paperback $16.95) by Vernon Vinge.
A Quest-Lover's Treasury of the Fantastic (May, $13.95), edited by Margaret Weis, includes stories by C.J. Cherryh, Michael Moorcock and others. Advertising.
Sisters of the Raven (Aug., $13.95) by Barbara Hambly offers a fantasy novel and allegory for the feminist movement.
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Lumen (June, $17.95) by Camille Flammarion presents an English edition of the 1872 novel speculating on travel at the speed of light.
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Spellfire (Apr., $14.95) by Ed Greenwood expands on the original text.
Crown of Fire (June, $14.95) by Ed Greenwood. Assassins pursue three friends in an effort to seize Spellfire's secret.