A trade paperback edition of A Funeral for the Eyes of Fire from Kudzu Planet Productions/Fairwood Press is available for purchase on the publisher's website and from other major retailers. It contains a new introduction by Paul Di Filippo and new cover art by Patrick Swenson.
The Kudzu Planet Productions/Fairwood Press 30th Anniversary Edition of Who Made Stevie Crye? is available for purchase at a discounted price on the publisher's website and from other major retailers. It contains a new introduction by Jack Slay, a new afterword by the author, new cover art by Paul Swenson, and reprints J. K. Potter's original photo-illustrations from the original Arkham House edition.
Ebook editions of all Kudzu Planet Productions/Fairwood Press editions (A Funeral for the Eyes of Fire, Count Geiger's Blues, Brittle Innings, Ancient of Days, and Who Made Stevie Crye?) are available now. They can be purchased separately or bundled at a discounted price. Go here to order copies for immediate download in multiple DRM-free formats.
The UK's Orion Publishing Group has completed its ambitious program to publish ebook editions of 18 novels and collections by Michael Bishop, all in electronic format for the first time. For a list of all titles go to the publisher's website. Two of the titles were also reprinted in trade paperback editions as part of Gollancz's SF Masterworks series: No Enemy But Time and Transfigurations, with new introductions by Alastair Reynolds and Pat Cadigan, respectively. Unfortunately the ebooks are only for sale in the UK. The print editions are available as imports to the US.
Michael's report as Literary Guest of Honor at the 2013 Italcon in Bellaria, Italy, Italcon 39: Before, During, and After: A Personal Perspective, has been published on Locus Online.
Bruce Gillespie's SF Commentary 87 contains a special Michael Bishop section, including a new poem, The Mockingmouse, a reprint of his review of Steven Utley's Silurian Tales, and Paul Di Filippo's 2003 essay "Michael Bishop's Fantasies". A PDF of the issue can be downloaded from here.
A handsome new trade paperback edition of Ancient of Days has been published by Fairwood Press, with a new introduction by Michael H. Hutchins. Copies are available now from Amazon.
Brittle Innings has been reprinted by Fairwood Press in trade paperback, with a new introduction by Elizabeth Hand. Copies are available now from Amazon.
New novelette Unfit for Eden was the featured story in issue #26/27 of Postscripts, published by PS Publishing in January 2012. Copies can be obtained directly from the publisher here.
Michael's new story, a tribute to David G. Hartwell on his 70th birthday, Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes, has been posted on Tor.com.
The City Quiet as Death, a story by Steven Utley and Michael Bishop, has been posted on the Tor.com website. You can also listen to a reading of the story by Michael Bishop here. It is also available in Kindle ebook from Amazon.