We are delighted to reveal the cover for Love. An Archaeology, by Fabio Fernandes.
The release is set for the 26th of March 2021, and pre-orders will open in the new year.
Love. An Archaeology will be the new addition to the series, #8, under the SF banner.
Fabio joined the family in 2016, with Steampunk Writers Around the World, our bilingual, multicultural anthology created to take Steampunk out of London.
You can read more about the collection, here.
Fabio Fernandes lives in São Paulo, Brazil. He has published several books, among which the novels Os Dias da Peste and Back in the USSR (in Portuguese) and the collection L'Imitatore (in Italian). Also a translator, he is responsible for the translation to Brazilian Portuguese of several SF novels, including Neuromancer, Snow Crash, and A Clockwork Orange. His short stories have been published online in Brazil, Portugal, Romania, the UK, New Zealand, and USA, and also in Ann and Jeff VanderMeer’s Steampunk II: Steampunk Reloaded and Southern Fried Weirdness: Reconstruction (2011), The Apex Book of World SF, Vol 2, Stories for Chip. Co-edited (with Djibril al-Ayad) the post-con anthology We See a Different Frontier, and, with Luna author Francesco Verso, the anthology Solarpunk - Come ho imparato ad amare il future [n.d.r. Solarpunk - How I learned to Love the Future].
Graduate of Clarion West, class of 2013. Formerly slush reader for Hugo Award-winner Clarkesworld Magazine.
Love. An Archaeology will be Harvester #8, following Paul Kane, Marie O'Regan, Stephen Bacon, Wole Talabi, Tim Major, Ian Whates and Nick Wood. You can find their books on the Harvester page of the store.
For those of you not familiar with The Harvester Series, let me tell you about it. Each book is a collection showcasing great stories from the past alongside some brand new ones, as well as bonus material, exclusive to this collection. A gathering of stories; a harvest. The bonus material will include a personal touch from each of the authors, allowing you to know them better and welcoming you into their creative world.
The older stories have featured in established genre magazines, such as Interzone, Black Static, etc., or in 'best of' collections. Some have been nominated for, or won, genre awards, such as the Nommo, BSFA and BFS.
We are planning to launch Love: An Archaeology at Eastercon 2021 and we hope to see you there!