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The New Weird (2008)

Call Number SF/NEW/SC

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LocationCall NumberItem Status
Science FictionSF/NEW/SCAvailable
Published: San Francisco : Tachyon Publications, 2008
Edition:  1st ed
Description:  xviii, 414 p. ; 23 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781892391551, 1892391554 :,
Language:  English

The luck in the head / In the hills, the cities / Crossing into Cambodia / The braining of Mother Lamprey / The neglected garden / A soft voice whispers nothing / Jack / Immolation / The lizard of ooze / Watson's boy / The art of dying / At reparata / Letters from Tainaron / The ride of the Gabbleratchet / The gutter sees the light that never shines / New weird discussions: the creaton of a term -- "New weird": I think we're the scene / Tracking phantoms / Whose words you wear / European editor perspectives on the new weird / Festival lives: preamble / Death in a dirty Dhoti / Cornflowers beside the unuttered / All God's chillun got wings / Locust-mind / Constable Chalch and the ten thousand heroes / Golden lads all must... / Forfend the heavens' rending / M. John Harrison -- Clive Barker -- Michael Moorcock -- Simon D. Ings -- Kathe Koja -- Thomas Ligotti -- China Mieville -- Jeffrey Thomas -- Jay Lake -- Brian Evenson -- K. J. Bishop -- Jeffrey Ford -- Leena Krohn -- Steph Swainston -- Alistair Rennie -- Michael Cisco -- Darja Malcolm-Clark -- K. J. Bishop -- Martin Sust, Michael Haulica, Hannes Riffel, Jukka Halme, & Konrad Walewski -- Ann and Jeff VanderMeer -- View 1: Paul Di Filippo -- View 2: Cat Rambo -- View 3: Sarah Monette -- View 4: Daniel Abraham -- View 5: Felix Gilman -- View 6: Hal Duncan -- View 7: Conrad Williams

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