As mentioned here and there in the comments, Subterranean Press will be publishing a new collection from me in October, entitled Belladonna Nights and Other Stories.
Here's the very fine cover by Marc Simonetti:
The collection is my fourth, not counting the "best of" and is slanted toward more recent material, with the majority of the stories dating to the last ten years or so.
The contents are:
The book includes an entirely new (and fairly long) Revelation Space story, "Plague Music", as well as two previously uncollected RS tales, "Open and Shut" and "Night Passage". The title piece, which happens to be one of my personal favorites of my recent output, is a story taking place in the House of Suns universe. Other stories touch on ornithology, digital security, skateboarding and the perils to be had on the high-seas of the future.
I'm really delighted with this collection and enormously grateful to Sub Press for their continued support and enthusiasm for my work. And of course, thanks is due to the editors, publishers, readers and critics who support the vital micro-ecology of short fiction in science fiction.