Leah Cutter, The Caves of Buda, bought at her book-release party after my reading that was supposed to have her in it, too, except she had to be at her book-release party.
Briar Rose, Jane Yolen. A second copy, so I could get it autographed.
A Fistful of Sky, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, in paperback.
Burndive, Karin Lowachee. I read most of this one during my seven-hour sojourn at O'Hare Airport.
An issue of Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet that I didn't have, one that had a Jeff Ford story in it.
And I think that was it. To be signed, I brought Caroline Stevermer's A Scholar of Magics, Eleanor Arnason's Ring of Swords, and Patricia McKillip's Ombria in Shadow; I took care of those early, since I had to miss the Sign-Out to catch my plane. (Or so I thought at the time.) I also got one free book whose title I can't remember--I'd never heard of the author--and grabbed a free copy of Nalo Hopkinson's Skin Folk for coffeeandink.
Looked at but put off for lack of room to carry home:
Louise Marley's new hardcover
Anne Harris' new hardcover
Matt Ruff, Set This House in Order, was the Tiptree winner, but I haven't bought it yet.