Hadley Rille Books

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Hadley Rille Books
Hadley Rille Books Imprint 2010.png
Founded 2005
Founder Eric T. Reynolds
Country of origin United States
Headquarters location Overland Park, Kansas
Publication types Books
Nonfiction topics Archaeology and history
Fiction genres Science fiction, fantasy, and historical novels
Official website www.hrbpress.com

Hadley Rille Books is an independent book publisher that publishes archaeology, science fiction, fantasy, and historical anthologies and novels. They are also known for their series of archaeological fiction, discovering new talent, and for publishing a large number of female authors in a male dominated industry.

Hadley Rille Books is based in Overland Park, Kansas, and was launched by editor/publisher Eric T. Reynolds in 2005. The company is named after the Moon's Hadley Rille feature as a nod to the publisher's roots in science fiction. They now also publish a number of speculative fiction genres, such as fantasy and steampunk. As of 2010, Hadley Rille Books has published over 200 authors, 45% of them making their debut in a HRB anthology, and the majority are female authors.[citation needed]

Authors[edit]

Partial list:

Worldwide coverage[edit]

Hadley Rille Books aggressively discovers new talent and has published writers from nearly all timezones of the world, writers from countries such as the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, France, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Argentina, Israel, New Zealand, Australia, China, Greece, and Spain plus the South Pacific.

Critical reception[edit]

  • Publishers Weekly gave a positive review to Eolyn by Karin Rita Gastreich.[1]
  • Library Journal gave a positive review to Finder by Terri-Lynne DeFino.[2]
  • Library Journal gave a positive review to Transcendence by Christopher McKitterick.[2]
  • Listed on the Locus Poll as a choice for Best Book Publisher.[citation needed]
  • Publishers Weekly gave a positive review to Thrall by Kimberly Todd Wade.[3]
  • Publishers Weekly gave a starred review to Destination: Future, edited by Z.S. Adani and Eric T. Reynolds.[4]
  • Publishers Weekly gave a starred review to Push of the Sky by Camille Alexa.[5]
  • Publishers Weekly gave a positive review to Buffalito Destiny by Lawrence M. Schoen. (Publishers Weekly, June 2009)
  • Library Journal gave a positive review to The Song and the Sorceress by Kim Vandervort.[6]
  • HerStoria magazine gave a positive review to The Priestess and the Slave by Jenny Blackford.[7]
  • Publishers Weekly review of Renaissance Festival Tales, edited by Eric T. Reynolds and Gerri Leen, cited stories by Kim Vandervort and Julia Dvorin as "delightful little romances".[8]
  • Booklist gave a positive review to The Song and the Sorceress by Kim Vandervort (Booklist, August 2009).[9]
  • Booklist gave a positive review to Like Mayflies in a Stream by Shauna Roberts (Booklist, October 15, 2009).[9]
  • Booklist gave a positive review to Buffalito Destiny by Lawrence M. Schoen (Booklist, May 15, 2009).[9]
  • Booklist gave a positive review to Footprints, edited by Jay Lake and Eric T. Reynolds (Booklist, June 19, 2009).[9]
  • Booklist gave a positive review to The Best of Abyss & Apex, edited by Wendy S. Delmater (Booklist, April 15, 2009).[9]
  • Publishers Weekly a positive review to the stories in Origins: Tales of Human Evolution, edited by Eric T. Reynolds.[10]
  • The short story "The Moment" by Lawrence M. Schoen from Footprints was nominated for the 2010 Hugo Award for Best Short Story.[11]
  • The short story "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?" from Golden Age SF by Terry Bisson was reprinted in Year's Best SF 12, edited by David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer; several stories were listed in The Year's Best Science Fiction #24, edited by Gardner Dozois as honorable mentions.
  • The short stories "Of Late, I Dreamt of Venus" by James Van Pelt from Visual Journeys and "The Wall" by Justin Staunchfield from Ruins Extraterrestrial were reprinted in The Year's Best Science Fiction #25, edited by Gardner Dozois; ten other stories appearing in Hadley Rille Books anthologies that year were listed as honorable mentions.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Book Reviews, Bestselling Books & Publishing Business News". Publishers Weekly. Retrieved 2013-10-04. 
  2. ^ a b [1][dead link]
  3. ^ "Book Reviews, Bestselling Books & Publishing Business News". Publishers Weekly. Retrieved 2013-10-04. 
  4. ^ [2][dead link]
  5. ^ [3][dead link]
  6. ^ [4][dead link]
  7. ^ "History that puts women in her place". HerStoria. Retrieved 2013-10-04. 
  8. ^ [5][dead link]
  9. ^ a b c d e "Best Books for Public Libraries and School Libraries - Book Reviews from the ALA". Booklist Online. 2012-10-15. Retrieved 2013-10-04. 
  10. ^ [6][dead link]
  11. ^ "The Official Site of". The Hugo Awards. Retrieved 2013-10-04. 

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