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Forthcoming Tamora Pierce Books and Stories Through 2015:
NOTE: Beginning with TRICKSTER'S CHOICE, Scholastic Australia is publishing trade paperback editions of Tammy's Tortall books concurrently with Random House U.S.'s hardcover editions.
Following the publication of TRICKSTER'S QUEEN, however, Scholastic U.K. is no longer Tammy's publisher in Great Britain and the rest of the English-speaking world (outside Australia, New Zealand and Canada), and there is at this time no publisher for these territories. Until further notice, if you wish to purchase import copies you may do so via online bookstores like Amazon. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
SEPTEMBER 24, 2013: BATTLE MAGIC, Circle universe book about Briar, Evvy and Rosethorn in Yanjing, published simultaneously in U.S. Hardcover and Australian paperback
FALL 2014: THE TORTALL COMPANION GUIDE, co-written with Tamora Pierce by Julie Holderman, Cara Coville and Timothy Liebe, and other contributors
FALL 2014: ARRAM (tentative title), in which we learn of Numair's last years at the university of Carthak, the beginning of his conflict with the newly-made Emperor Ozorne (Numair's best friend), his quick departure from Carthak, and how he survives afterward, in Random House hardcover in the U.S. and Canada
2015 TBD: untitled Circle universe book, in which Tris enrolls at the mages' university in Lightsbridge under an assumed name, in an attempt to become an ordinary mage practicing normal academic magic (spells, charms, potions) with no one knowing her real name or power, Scholastic hardcover in the U.S. and Canada
2015 TBD: untitled Tortall universe book, about the coming-of-age of Maura of Dunlath, and how she finds her own unique place in the realm, in Random House hardcover in the U.S. and Canada
Updated 11/26/13 with updates to Tamora Pierce's Schedule, More Links, John Lennard's analysis of the Kel books
and Tamora Pierce's Favorite YA/Teen & Kids Books 2012 List, changes to Tamora Pierce's 2013 Schedule, Bestseller Lists, Honors and Awards Page, and Author Visit FAQ; also The LGBTQ YA Booklist and Links and Tamora Pierce's Favorite Books of 2011 List; also changes to the Links Page, Beyond Harry Potter Booklist (as promised at MarCon 47), a Section on How to Build Outdoor Habitats for Cats, by Cara Coville, "Do You Visit Schools, Libraries, Bookstores?" Update to FAQs, Gifted Eight Year Old Booklist (including a list for more sensitive kids), link to Kirkus's Interview "On the Hunt With Tamora Pierce," Link to Photos of Tamora Pierce Taken at Menlo School, an updated "What's It All About?" for The Beka Cooper Trilogy and TORTALL AND OTHER LANDS: A COLLECTION OF TALES, and updates to Bibliography.
Also updates to Tamora Pierce's Links Page, "What's it About" for MASTIFF, 2010 Updates to Recommended Movies, Television Shows and Music,New "Picks For Cool New Books", "So Not White Medieval Europe Booklist", Updates to the "Finding a Publisher" and "Getting an Agent" Sections of Tamora Pierce's FAQs, and a Link to "An Interview With Tamora Pierce" by The Fantasy Guide for Young Adults Website, 2010 Best SF and Fantasy for Teens Lists, Favorite Books of 2009, Favorite Movies and Television Shows, changes to the "Public Appearances" Section of Tammy's FAQ, corrections to the Contact E-Mail Address for Tammy (go to "Mail" for details), and Music Recommendations.
Read Buzzgirl's Random Buzzers' piece about the "Girls Who Kick Butt" panel Tamora Pierce, Esther Friesner and Caitlin Kittredge did at NY Comic Con, moderated by Random House Children's Books Publishing Director (and author) Kate Klimo.
Many of Tamora Pierce's books are now available in eBook format from Simon & Schuster and Random House at Amazon's Kindle Store or Barnes & Noble's eBookstore (NOTE: not all books may be available for all readers).
Read Alyssa Rosenberg's ThinkProgress article, "Tamora Pierce's 'Mastiff' and the History of Social Change" for a sociopolitical take on MASTIFF. Also, Alyssa Rosenberg's Interview with Tamora Pierce for The Atlantic Magazine Online is up, as are links for other Atlantic articles in their "YA Fiction Series".
"The Dragon's Tale", a short story featuring Kitten, Daine and Numair from The Immortals quartet, appears in Jack Dann's and Gardner Dozois's anthology THE DRAGON BOOK, published in US hardcover and electronically by Penguin Putnam - with Science Fiction Book Club edition
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