Over the last decade, Orbit US, an imprint of Hachette Book Group, has quickly established itself as one of the premiere publishers of science fiction and fantasy, and a reliable source for everything from innovative works of science fiction to blockbuster epic fantasies. To celebrate the milestone, a selection of landmark Orbit titles is currently available on Nook for just $2.99 each, but we wanted to do more than point you toward some great titles, so we asked Orbit’s publisher, Tim Holman, to share a bit of history. Below his comments, you’ll find a timeline of key dates in Orbit’s history.
- 1: Gord Downie (1964 - 2017)
- 2: Twenty Core SF Works About Psionics and Awesome Mind Powers Every True SF Fan Should Have
- 3: Twenty Core Cyberpunk Works Every True SF Fan Should Have on Their Shelves
- 4: Guess the author!
- 5: Fullmetal Alchemist, book 7 by Hiromu Arakawa
- 6: An engineer awesomes-up your stupid measuring cup
- 7: Emissaries From The Dead (Andrea Cort, book 1) by Adam-Troy Castro
- 8: Noumenon by Marina J. Lostetter
- 9: Young People Read Old SFF: The Women Men Don't See by James Tiptree, Jr.
- 10: Fuzzy Sapiens (Little Fuzzy, book 2) by H. Beam Piper
- Style: Neutral Good for Practicality by
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