New Arrivals from Prime Books

Our new books from Prime Books publishers are up on the website, and we have them all listed at 10% off the publisher’s price. You can find them on our site in the small press section. There are a bunch more new arrivals – some new, some just new to us.  We’ll continue to post […]

Coming Soon – Weirdbook, Prime Books and More

Withywindle Books has been on it’s annual summer break – books are still available for sale through our website, but we haven’t added any new inventory for a few weeks. But never fear! Even though they’re not up on the website yet, we’ve been busy procuring new titles to offer up in a few weeks.  Among other […]

Locus Magazine Goes Digital

Locus Magazine, long a source for genre news, info and reviews (among other things) has announced that they’re now offering digital copies of their excellent magainze.  The subscription cost is slightly less expensive than the print: 6 months for $27.00 or $48.00 for the year, and includes includes pdf, e-pub and Kindle formats. More here: […]

Odyssey Fantasy Writing Workshop Dates Announced

The dates for the annual Odyssey Fantasy Writing Workshop have been announced for this year: June 6 – July 15, 2011.  Odyssey is a 6-week workshop for writers in the sci-fi/fantasy/horror fields, and is held in Manchester, NH. It offers “developing writers intensive, professional critiques and advanced lectures on the major elements of genre writing.” […]

Participating in ‘One Book, One Twitter’

Jeff Howe, an editor at Wired magazine has started a project called ‘One Book, One Twitter‘; a world-wide book club of sorts in which the participants will post their comments following each section as Twitter feeds.  I just heard about this on NPR and decided to join since the book which won the nomination for […]

Imagination and the Arts in CS Lewis

Imagination and the Arts in C. S. Lewis; Journeying to Narnia and Other Worlds, by Peter J. Schakel. Columbia, MO Univ of Missouri Press 2002; First Edition. From the publisher: “Imagination has long been regarded as central to C. S. Lewis’s life and to his creative and critical works, but this is the first study […]

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