Bibliography

 

up-here

Up Here – The North at the Center of the World, edited by Julie Decker and Kirsten J. Anderson. With work by Simon Armitage, Elizabeth Bradford, Barry Lopez, Robert Macfarlane, Karl-Ove Knausgård, and yours truly.

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humanity-of-monsters

Boyfriend and Shark in The Humanity of Monsters, edited by Michael Matheson and featuring stories by Neil Gaiman, Joe Lansdale, Catherynne Valente, Laird Barron, Kij Johnson, Sofia Samatar, and many others.

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Flash Fiction International (W.W. Norton, 2015), edited by James Thomas, Robert Shapard, and Christopher Merrill.

A collection of flash stories written by authors from all over the world, including Korean screenwriter Kim Young-ha, Nobel Prize winner Czeslaw Milosz, and Argentinian “Queen of the Microstory” Ana María Shua, Franz Kafka, W. Somerset Maugham, Yasunari Kawabata, Roberto Bolaño, Petronius, Ethel Rohan, Jensen Beach, and many more.

Reviews and praise for Flash Fiction International can be found here.

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une_ville_vide

Une Ville Vide – the French edition of The Empty City (Publie Monde 2013).

Introduction by translator Francois Bon, with five excerpts.

Review by French book blogger Tulisquoi

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apex book of world sf 3

Dancing on the Red Planet in The Apex Book of World SF 3 edited by Lavie Tidhar.

Five places that have inspired my stories

Interview together with Crystal Koo and Uko Bendi

Review in the Little Red Reviewer

Review in Red Reader Reviews

Review by Frank Michael Errington

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transactions

Summer Dusk, Winter moon in Transactions of the Flesh: A Homage to J-K Huysmans”, edited by D.P. Watt and Peter Holman.

Review in Pan Review

Review in Bookotron, with a favorable mention of Summer Dusk, Winter Moon.

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unstuck2cover

Unstuck #2 with The Love Decay Has for the Living.

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Dancing on the Red Planet in Rocket Science, a hard science fiction anthology.

Nominated for the British Science Fiction Award 2013.

Review of Rocket Science by science fiction author Alastair Reynolds, with a positive mention of Dancing on the Red Planet.

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