Bantam UK have been a bit quiet about it, but they are issuing the first three Malazan novellas - Blood Follows, The Healthy Dead and The Lees of Laughter's End - in omnibus in August. Excellent news.
Orbit will be publishing a new space opera series called The Expanse in May 2011. The first book is called Leviathan Wakes. The author's name is James S.A. Corey, although Amazon rather pointlessly defeated the point of having a pseudonym by revealing this is really Long Price author Daniel Abraham and debut novelist Ty Franck (whose side-job is as George R.R. Martin's assistant) collaborating together. Should be interesting. Abraham's solo novel The Dragon's Path, the first volume in The Dagger and the Coin (apparently a melding of Joss Whedon, Martin and the Medicis), follows a month later.
On the GRRM front, Fantasy Flight have decided to reprint the excellent Art of Ice and Fire this autumn. This is a new edition, updated with fresh artwork from their Battles of Westeros board game, and will apparently be the first in a series.
The 2010 Locus Awards were announced yesterday. Boneshaker by Cherie Priest won Best SF Novel, The City and the City by China Mieville won Best Fantasy Novel and The Windup Girl by Paolo Bacigalupi won Best First Novel. Neil Gaiman won Best Short Story for An Invocation of Incuriosity (the excellent finale to Songs of the Dying Earth, and indeed the entire Dying Earth saga). Peter S. Beagle, Gene Wolfe, Michael Whelan and Kage Baker also picked up awards. For the full list see here.