One of my colleagues was nice enough to put together a display highlighting Science Fiction and Fantasy novels and short story collections that the library carries on the first floor near the "New Releases" section, by the stairwell. Please check it out if you get a chance, as the display will be taken down next week for another collection of genre/subject specific books.
The display features various works by Octavia Butler, Suzy McKee Charnas, Samuel R. Delany, Philip K. Dick, Philip Jose Farmer, Stanislaw Lem, Larry Niven, Theodore Sturgeon, Kate Wilhelm and Roger Zelazny, amongest others, and is a great introduction to the genre for any reader.
What I'm Currently Reading: Shadows Over Baker Street edited by Michael Reaves and John Pelan. A collection of short stories by various authors (including Neil Gaiman and Steve Perry) speculating on the premise that the great Sherlock Holmes co-existed with and encountered the various supernatural creatures & concepts created by H.P. Lovecraft. Quite a good read so far. I'll post a review sometime in the next few weeks of this collection. Meanwhile, you can find it on our online catalog here.