These came in on Tuesday and Wednesday and I've read them both already. Elizabeth Hand's Available Dark is a crime novel, a sequel to her novel Generation Loss, set in the modern day and loosely around Nordic black metal scene, and has what I believe is a unique way to survive exposure to the elements short of a handy Tauntaun and a light saber. Well done. Also, I want a new camera. Thanks.
Connie Willis' All About Emily is a 17,000 word long novelette. I hate spoilers, so what can I say about it? It's built around the film All About Eve (as mentioned in the first page of the story), and it's delightful. What I like most about the story is a spoiler.