Jurassic London was founded by Anne C Perry and Jared Shurin in 2011, and our first anthology, Stories of the Apocalypse was published that year to coincide with an exhibition at Tate Britain.
Jurassic London closed in October 2016, following the publication of The Extinction Event.
During its five year run, Jurassic London published over four dozen titles, including award-winning original fiction, contemporary non-fiction, chapbooks featuring new authors, and luxury editions of both new and classic works.
Our goal was to showcase the continued relevance, creativity and fun to be found in literature, especially genre fiction. Since our original publication with Tate Britain, we worked alongside partners such as English PEN, the Egypt Exploration Society, the Royal Observatory Greenwich and the National Maritime Museum.
Jurassic London was a not for profit organisation. The proceeds from the sales of our books were distributed amongst our authors and selected charity partners.
All rights for Jurassic London work have reverted to the artists and authors. Please contact them directly with any queries you may have about reprints or usage.
For obvious reasons, we are currently not open for submissions. Sorry!
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Awards and Honours
We're proud that Jurassic London titles have been recognised by the following organisations and prizes:
Guardian / The Hospital Club - Selected to the h.club100 for "innovators, visionaries and pioneers" in publishing
Aurealis Awards - Best Science Fiction Short Story (Winner) - "Air, Water and the Grove" by Kaaron Warren (The Lowest Heaven), 2013
Book Blogger UKYA Awards - Best Self-Published Novel (Winner) - Glaze by Kim Curran, 2014
British Fantasy Awards - Best Short Story (Finalist) - "Wish for a Gun" by Sam Sykes (A Town Called Pandemonium), 2012
British Fantasy Awards - Best Short Story (Finalist) - "Golden Apple" by Sophia McDougall (The Lowest Heaven), 2013
British Fantasy Awards - Best Anthology (Finalist) - A Town Called Pandemonium, 2012
British Fantasy Awards - Best Non-Fiction (Winner) - Pornokitsch, 2012
British Fantasy Awards - Best-Non-Fiction (Finalist) - Speculative Fiction 2012, 2013
BSFA - Best Art (Finalist) - Thy Kingdom Come, art by Joey Hi-Fi, 2011
BSFA - Best Art (Finalist) - Jews vs Zombies, art by Sarah Anne Langton, 2015
BSFA - Best Non-Fiction (Finalist) - Pornokitsch, 2011
BSFA - Best Non-Fiction (Finalist) - "Going Forth By Night" by John J. Johnston (Unearthed), 2013
BSFA - Best Short Story (Finalist) - "Saga's Children" by E.J. Swift (The Lowest Heaven), 2013
Ditmar Awards - Best Short Story (Finalist) - "Air, Water and the Grove" by Kaaron Warren (The Lowest Heaven), 2013
Hugo Awards - Fanzine (Finalist) - Pornokitsch, 2013
Hugo Awards - Best Novella (Finalist) - The Builders by Daniel Polansky, 2015
Hugo Awards - Best Related Work (Finalist) - Speculative Fiction 2012, 2013
James Tiptree Jr Award - Honor List - "A Woman Out of Time" by Kim Curran (Irregularity), 2014
Shirley Jackson Awards - Edited Anthology (Finalist) - The Book of the Dead, 2013
Shirley Jackson Awards - Novella (Finalist) - The Good Shabti by Robert Sharp, 2014
Sidewise Awards - Best Short Form (Finalist) - "Tollund" by Adam Roberts (The Book of the Dead), 2013
Society of Illustrators Annual - "The Good Shabti", art by Jeffrey Alan Love, 2015
Spectrum Annual - "The Good Shabti", art by Jeffrey Alan Love, 2015
Spectrum Annual - "The Voyage of the Basset" (Irregularity), art by Gary Northfield, 2015
Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award - Longlist - "The Spiders of Stockholm" by E.J. Swift (Irregularity), 2014
Twenty in 20 - Longlist - "We'll Always Be Here" by S.L. Grey (The Lowest Heaven), 2013
For a complete list of awards and other reviews, please see the page for each title.