The OF Blog: A few 2015 releases I already have as e-ARCs or have requested

Monday, October 27, 2014

A few 2015 releases I already have as e-ARCs or have requested

Although I won't do a formal 2015 Upcoming Releases/Reviews Link post until January, I thought perhaps a few people might be interested in a few titles that I've seen on Netgalley (yes, I joined back in September, although I've been fairly low-key about it) that aren't scheduled to be released in the US until sometime in the Winter/Spring 2015.  I'll separate this into ones I've been approved for and ones that I may or may not get (I will be surprised to achieve 100% approval for these titles).


Already on my iPad:


Sait Faik Abasiyanik (translated by Maureen Freeley and Alexander Dawe from the original Turkish), Selected Stories (January 6, 2015 US release date)

Jim Harrison, The Big Seven (February 3, 2015)

Kelly Link, Get in Trouble (February 10, 2015)

Erwin Mortier (translated by Paul Vincent from the original Dutch), While the Gods were Sleeping (February 20, 2015 US release date; already available in the UK)

Jonathan Lethem, Lucky Alan and Other Stories (February 24, 2015)

Marian Palaia, The Given World (April 15, 2015)

 
Requests Pending:


Pasi Ilmari Jääskeläinen (translated by Lola M. Rogers from the original Finnish), The Rabbit Back Literature Society (January 20, 2015 US release date; already available in the UK)


There likely will be more requests in the future and I may update this post in order to have a record here (and to make it easier to transfer this to my future 2015 Upcoming Releases post).  Also note that this list does not include titles that I know will be out in 2015 but I haven't (yet) requested e-review copies.

2 comments:

chris said...

Kelly Link has a new collection out? Excellent stuff. Her book covers are superb as well.

Lsrry said...

Indeed. And it seems this post might have helped me receive it, as it and the Lethem requests were approved a couple of hours after I posted this :D

However, I won't be reading them until just after January 1. Have several 2014 releases to cover first. But come the 1st, I suspect these will be among the first read/reviewed.

 
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