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Dreamweaver's Dilemma

Published by NESFA Press

Edited by Suford Lewis
Cover art by Bob Eggleton
Trade paperback edition, ISBN: 0-915368-53-6, $12.00, 1998
Trade hardcover edition, ISBN: 0-915368-66-9, LC 95-72735, $19.95, 1995 out-of-print
Slipcased hardcover edition, ISBN: 0-915368-74-9, 1995, out-of-print

Dreamweaver's Dilemma is the 1996 Boskone book by Guest of Honor Lois McMaster Bujold. It contains two novellas which have never been published before--the title story "Dreamweaver's Dilemma" and "The Adventure of the Lady on the Embankment"--plus the first hardcover appearance of "Mountains of Mourning," three of Lois's previously uncollected short stories, and four essays.
The book also includes an interview with Lois McMaster Bujold, a timeline of the Vorkosigan stories, genealogical notes, and a pronunciation guide by the book's editor, Suford Lewis.
The introduction is by noted writer -- and Lois's childhood friend -- Lillian Stewart Carl.


Shards of Honor

Published by NESFA Press

Edited by Suford Lewis and Ann Broomhead
Cover art by David Cherry, cover design by Alice N. S. Lewis
Trade hardcover edition, ISBN: 1-886778-20-5, $22.00, 2000
Shards of Honor is the novel in which Lois McMaster Bujold introduced the SF world to Barrayar and Aral Vorkosigan, Beta Colony and Cordelia Naismith. From this beginning the author has created a multi-generational saga spanning time as well as space. Bujold is generally recognized as the current exemplar of the character-based SF adventure story. This edition is the first generally available printing of this book in hard cover.
The book also includes a revised timeline of the Vorkosigan stories, and revised genealogical notes by the book's editor, Suford Lewis.


The Warrior's Apprentice


Published by NESFA Press

updated 9 February 2002

Cover art by Nicholas Jainschigg, cover design by Alice N. S. Lewis

Trade hardcover edition, ISBN: 1-886778-27-2, $25.

This edition is the first generally available printing of this book in hard cover.

The book also includes a revised timeline of the Vorkosigan stories, and revised genealogical notes by the book's editor, Suford Lewis. (Earlier versions of these items appeared in NESFA Press's collection of some of Bujold's shorter works, Dreamweaver's Dilemma.)

To find out more about Lois McMaster Bujold and her books, click here.


The Mad Scientists' Club
40th Anniversary Edition

A strange sea monster appears on the lake ...a fortune is unearthed from an old cannon ...a valuable dinosaur egg is stolen. Watch out as the Mad Scientists turn Mammoth Falls upside down!

Take seven, lively, "normal" boys -- one an inventive genius -- give them a clubhouse for cooking up ideas, an electronics lab above the town hardware store, and a good supply of Army surplus equipment, and you, dear reader, have a boyhood dream come true and a situation that bears watching.

In the hands of an author whose own work involved technological pioneering, the proceedings are well worth undivided attention, as the boys explore every conceivable possibility for high and happy adventure in the neighborhood of Mammoth Falls. To the unutterable confusion of the local dignitaries -- and the unalloyed delight of Bertrand Brinley's fans -- the young heroes not only outwit their insidious rival, Harmon Muldoon, but emerge as town heroes. Here, captured under one cover, are the fun-filled escapades of the young scientists whose exciting capers debuted in Boys' Life 40 years ago.

Author's Edition with new text added from the original manuscripts, never before seen or read by the public!

ISBN 1-930900-10-4 Hardcover 217 pages. Ages 8-12. $17.95


The New Adventures of
the Mad Scientists' Club

Just another quiet day in Mammoth Falls. Or is it? Have flying saucers really been sighted? How about those rumblings in the ground during the wee hours of the morning... and a midget submarine hidden in a secret cavern?

With evidence like this, our seven young geniuses can't be far behind. And they're not! The town of Mammoth Falls will never be the same again, because here come the Mad Scientists with five more mad adventures!

Stories in this volume: The Telltale Transmitter, The Cool Cavern, Big Chief Rainmaker, The Flying Sorcerer and The Great Confrontation.

ISBN 1-930900-11-2 Hardcover 210 pages. Ages 8-12. $17.95


The Big Kerplop!

The elusive and long anticipated third volume of the Mad Scientists' Club series is coming in 2003!

The whine of jet engines thunders from above as the giant Air Force bomber makes its approach to Westport Field. Suddenly, the citizens of Mammoth Falls are startled to see the bomb bay doors open and an object drop down, down, directly into Strawberry lake. Splash!

And what is that object? Why a bomb, what else? Not just a common, ordinary, conventional bomb, but an atomic bomb! But that's just the beginning of the latest (actually the first) madcap adventure - book-length this time - of that outrageous, notorious threat to municipal sanity known as The Mad Scientists' Club. As you know, with these boys anything can happen, and it does!

ISBN 1-930900-22-8 Hardcover $17.95


For more information about the author and his books,
please visit the Official Mad Scientists' Club web site: http://www.madscientistsclub.com/

Also available is "The Space Child's Mother Goose" - $18.95


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