Due to last-minute family health doings (not mine, for once, what a shock) and SNAFUs with setting up my DDJ phone (it's VoIP, which you think would be the tricky part, but no, we've got a dud AC Adapter and can't even fire the thing up--a fact which we realized mere minutes before the RadioShack across town was closing), I was unable to write my Wales post (or finish Ghost Story, or finalize my short story for F&SF, or finish my Velorin backstory thing). Tonight's the night. Anyway, on with the post.
Want to get a sense of what books have sold to what publishers by what agents in the science fiction and fantasy genre? Look here. Very nice listing, pulled from Locus Magazine reports. Good to find new agents, good to see how your top agents are selling, good to see what editors and houses are buying new authors or a particularly subgenre or whatever.
Also, if you're interested in checking out Subterranean as a potential market, they've got an issue up free. This is also worth looking at for any SF writer as it's the cliche issue--that means good articles on writing cliches and well-written cliches or twists.