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And the hits just keep on comin’

We had some disruptions, sure, but rest assured we are still chugging along here at Haikasoru HQ. Indeed, today is our favorite day of the month—release day! Be sure to head on down to your local bookstore (or buy here online) our two new titles!

Loups-Garous Like serial killers? Dystopian futures that seem like utopias to its residents? Teen girls? Kooky avant-garde language? Best-selling author Carrie Vaughn is a fan, calling it a “weird future…that’s scarier than the monsters.” Natsuhiko Kyogoku is one of Japan’s most popular and strangest authors—imagine Walter Mosley mixed with Mark Z. Danielewski.

Of if you like your SF the way I like my muscles—HARD—then check out The Next Continent. By the Issui Ogawa, author of The Lord of the Sands of Time, this new title is about a private mission to the moon and the adventures that await. After all, what could possibly go wrong…

Do check them out, and drop us a line to know what you think of our latest Haikasoru books!

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Loups-Garous Is a Very Strange Book…

How strange is Loups-Garous, our forthcoming novel by Natsuhiko Koyogoku? Well, here’s the author blurb we got today!

Loups-Garous shows us a weird future, complete with A Clockwork Orange-style lingo, that’s scarier than the monsters.” — Carrie Vaughn, New York Times bestselling author of Kitty’s House of Horrors.

Teen girls, A Clockwork Orange, two great tastes that go great together. I’m especially thrilled by this blurb as I’ve been following Carrie’s career for just about ten years now, since finding some of her eerie and wonderful short stories in the now sadly defunct magazine Talebones.

Loups-Garous is coming your way in May. Check it out.

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The Fall and Spring of Natsuhiko Kyogoku


Coming this May, we’ll be publishing Loups-Garous, a werewolf-in-Tokyo murder mystery by Natsuhiko Kyogoku. The book’s editor (Saint Nick Mamatas) calls it a dystopian science fiction novel with a twist of thriller. As a fan of such things, I can’t wait until May when the book is finally sitting on my shelf.

Until then we can all cool our jets with a newly translated novel by Kyogoku called The Summer of the Ubume. This supernatural tale is the first in a series of nine novels featuring an exorcist who doesn’t believe in ghosts. Added bonus: the novel was translated into English by Alex Smith, the man responsible for a handful of Haikasoru titles, including Brave Story, and All You Need is KILL.

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