January Publications

Jubilee, by Jack Dann (The Man Who Melted; The Memory Cathedral), collects 17 stories by this acclaimed SF/Fantasy author, including the Nebula Award—winning "Da Vinci Rising," in which Leonardo actually builds the flying machines he designed, and "The Diamond Pit," an homage to F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Diamond as Big as the Ritz." Dann is the co-editor of the Australian story anthology, Dreaming Down-Under (Forecasts, Jan. 29, 2001), which won a World Fantasy Award. (Tor, $27.95 448p ISBN 0-765-30676-X)

Lighthouse Hauntings: 12 Original Tales of the Supernatural, edited by Charles G. Waugh and Martin Harry Greenberg, delivers a dozen creepy stories by such masters of dark fantasy as Rick Hautala, Jane Lindskold, Ed Gorman, Janet Berliner and Thomas F. Monteleone. (Down East [www.downeastbooks.com], $19.95 256p ISBN 0-89272-519-2)

In this emended reissue of Thomas Hubschman's cult space-opera novel, Space Ark (1981), Moses Mneh, Rita Ten and friends strive to save Earth from an exploding supernova—and the villainous humans who value their power more than the planet's safety. (Savvy/Saga SF [www.savvypress.com], $12.95 paper 144p ISBN 0-9669877-5-6)

December Publication

Fans of the Dragonlance books will welcome Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman's The Annotated Chronicles, an omnibus volume edited by Jean Blashfield Black, which includes all three Dragon Chronicles (Dragons of Autumn Twilight; Dragons of Winter Night; Dragons of Spring Dawning). In a prologue, Hickman explains the novels' roots in the original role-playing game, Dungeons & Dragons. (Wizards of the Coast [www.wizards.com], $27.95 paper 1312p ISBN 0-7869-1870-5)

Correction: The publisher of Guardian, by Joe Haldeman (Forecasts, Dec. 2), is Ace, not Tor.