Although the press officially released its first book, Robert J. Sawyer's Relativity, on November 12, 2004, the people responsible for the press issued a filk CD two years earlier in 2002, entitled "A Walk on the Windy Side." That CD is considered to be the press's first project.
In addition to stories and essays by Sawyer, Relativity includes an introduction by Mike Resnick, an afterword by Valerie Broege and a cover by Jael. Relativity won the Aurora Award for best English Work (Other) for 2004.
ISFiC Press released its first two novels, Every Inch a King, by Harry Turtledove with a cover by Bob Eggleton and The Cunning Blood, by Jeff Duntemann with a cover by Todd Cameron Hamilton on November 11, 2005.
In 2006, ISFiC Press published its first non-fiction book, Worldcon GoH Speeches, edited by Mike Resnick and Joe Siclari, which was nominated for a Hugo Award for Best Related Book. In November of that year they published Outbound, a collection of short stories by Jack McDevitt.
From its founding until the end of 2012, the publisher of ISFiC Press was Steven H Silver and the business manager was Bill Roper. After 2012, Roper took over as publisher.
|2002||WindyCon XXIX||A Walk on the Windy Side||CD Release, unofficial ISFiC Press project|
|2004||WindyCon 31||Robert J. Sawyer||Relativity||Aurora Award winner|
|2005||WindyCon 32||Harry Turtledove||Every Inch a King||Novel|
|2005||Jeff Duntemann||The Cunning Blood||Novel|
|2006||L A Con 4||Mike Resnick & Joe Siclari, eds.||Worldcon GoH Speeches||Hugo Award nominee|
|2006||WindyCon 33||Jack McDevitt||Outbound|
|2007||WindyCon 34||Tanya Huff||Finding Magic|
|2008||WindyCon 35||Eric Flint & Mike Resnick, eds.||When Diplomacy Fails||Anthology|
|2009||WindyCon 36||James Blaylock||The Shadow on the Doorstep|
|2010||WindyCon 37||Steven Barnes||Assassin and Other Stories|
|2011||WindyCon 38||Catherine Asaro||Aurora in Four Voices|
|2012||Chicon 7||Mike Resnick||Win Some, Lose Some: The Complete Hugo Nominated Short Fiction of Mike Resnick|
|2012||WindyCon 39||Seanan McGuire||Velveteen vs. The Junior Super Patriots||Velveteen, Volume 1|
|2013||Seanan McGuire||Velveteen vs. The Multiverse||Velveteen, Volume 2|
|2013||Windycon 40||Jim C. Hines||The Goblin Master's Grimoire|
|2014||Windycon 41||SF Squeecast||Harvest Season||Stories by Elizabeth Bear, Seanan McGuire, Catherynne Valente, and Michael Damian Thomas|
Also involved: - 2007 Best Related Book Hugo - Bill Roper - Isfic-press - Small press
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