The first volume of an exciting new series, containing over twenty stories of the strange and fantastic.
The Outcast Hours (with Mahvesh Murad):
"An expertly-curated, truly global collection of dreams and nightmares." - SFX
The Djinn Falls in Love (with Mahvesh Murad):
"Exquisite and audacious, and highly recommended." - The New York Times
"Irregularity is incredible, 'a webwork of reference, inspiration, inference and opposition' which investigates the place of the imagination in an era on the very edge of enlightenment"- Tor.com
"The full scope of the human condition is explored as the authors utilize the traditional cipher of the living mummy to tackle the emotional and material intricacies of death, loss, rememberance, physical resurrection, and immortality." - Mummies Around the World: an Encyclopedia of Mummies in History, Religion and Popular Culture (ed. Matt Cardin)
The Lowest Heaven (with Anne Perry):
"A perfect snapshot of the state of current science fiction.... There's a lot to relish here, a lot to enjoy, and nothing that doesn't display both thought and talent." - Arc
Plus 30-ish other anthologies, magazines, chapbooks, novels, and novelettes.
Reviews and features
Articles and reviews have also appeared online at Tor.com (including various 're-reads' and the Under the Radar series), Barnes and Noble, The Literary Platform, Blackwells, The Book Smugglers, London Calling, Hub Fiction, and Terrible Minds; in print with Marketing Week, BFS Journal, Weaponizer, Alt Hist, and Adventure Rocketship; and published in Speculative Fiction 2012 and 2013, 1001 TV Shows You Must Watch Before You Die, Literary Landscapes and Literary Wonderlands.
Odds and ends
Tim Weaver's MISSING (with Penguin Random House):
Over one million listeners and winner of seven awards, including iTunes' Best of the Year, a BIMA Jury prize, and and the WARC Innovation Prize.
"Oozing just the right amounts of swagger, hipness and (with a tip of the hat to what really makes writers tick) rum. Exemplifies the organisers' mission to honour 'the year's most progressive, intelligent and entertaining works of genre literature'." - Guardian
During its five year run, Jurassic London published over fifty titles with partners such as Tate Britain, the Egypt Exploration Society, the Royal Observatory and English PEN. Publications included original fiction, contemporary non-fiction, and luxury reprints of classic works, and were recognised by numerous awards for both content and design.
"Pornokitsch [has] fast found its way on to the favourite bookmarks of many readers thanks to creators Anne C Perry and Jared Shurin's insightful reviews, easy style and refreshing lack of the po-faced earnestness that can afflict many genre review sites." - Guardian
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