Haunted Futures: Jeff Noon

 

Jeff Noon’s first book Vurt was published by a small press before winning the 1994 Arthur C. Clarke Award.

Jeff Noon’s latest book, A Man of Shadows, will be out in August from Angry Robot. We talked about his unique approach to story telling and his Haunted Futures story, “Mercury Teardrops”.

Read Jeff’s story “Mercury Teardrops” in

Haunted Futures (US) (UK)

A Man of Shadows (August 2017, Angry Robot) (US) (UK)

Press Release: Fighting Horror with Horror

Date: 26 August, 2017 For immediate release SUMMARY A progressive Anglo-American press is producing an anthology of stories which portray Donald Trump as a Lovecraftian abomination. DETAILS The King in Orange: Shadows Over the White House contains more than fifteen stories of cosmic and supernatural horror written by an assortment of professional writers and wordsmiths. […]

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Genre writing has a long history of being used to speak out against oppression where realistic writing would have been clamped down on. In January, something happened that made a lot of creatives want to find a way to speak out. We didn’t want to just talk about what was actually happening. The reality was […]