Prime Books

Date From: 2001-00-00

США, Gaithersburg (MD), P.O. Box 83464, Gaithersburg, MD 20883

0-8095; 0-9668968; 1-60701; 1-894815; 1-930997; 978-0-8095; 978-1-386; 978-1-60701; 978-1-62090; 978-1-62490;;;

25375; 2677; 32577; 43434


Imprint of {{publisher|Wildside Press}}
Succeeded 2009 by independent publisher {{publisher|Prime Books}}, after its May 2009 acquisition by {{a|Sean Wallace}}
The history is complicated. See the Wikipedia biography of Wallace (above).
As of February 2019, most publications before, during, and after the Wildside period are entered in the database as "Prime Books".;
In May 2009, Sean Wallace acquired the Prime Books imprint from Wildside Press, LLC., and launched it as an independent publishing house. (This acquisition included Fantasy Magazine).
For publications as a Wildside imprint see also {{publisher|Prime Books / Wildside Press}}.

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Edited by two-time Hugo-nominee and 2006 World Fantasy-winner Sean Wallace, Prime Books is an award-winning independent publishing house, specializing in a mix of literary/commercial anthologies, collections, novels, and two magazines: Fantasy Magazine and Lightspeed Magazine. Some of its established and new authors / editors have included John Joseph Adams, KJ Bishop, Philip K. Dick, Theodora Goss, Rich Horton, Nick Mamatas, Sarah Monette, Holly Phillips, Tim Pratt, Ekaterina Sedia, Catherynne M. Valente, Jeff VanderMeer, and many more. Prime releases have made the top ten lists of Amazon, Booklist, and Publishers Weekly.