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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 […]

Haunted Futures: Tricia Sullivan

Tricia Sullivan immigrated from the New Jersey to the UK in 1995. We talked about her books, creativity, and what it’s like to become at home in a new country. nbsp; Find Tricia’s story, “The Psychometry of Tuvan Currency” in Haunted Futures (US) (UK) Occupy Me [Gollancz] (US)  (UK)

Haunted Futures: SL Huang

SL Huang talked to us from Japan where she’s taking a break from her job as a film industry weapons expert to study Japanese. Publishers Weekly called her Haunted Futures story “Split Shadow” outstanding, and we agree.   Read SL’s story “Split Shadow” in  Haunted Futures (US) (UK)

Haunted Futures: Alex Acks

If you’ve read Alex Acks’s superb “Comfort Food” in Haunted Futures or their new novel Hunger Makes the Wolf, you’ll be as thrilled as we were to get to hear directly from the author. If you haven’t read their work, there’s no time like the present. Haunted Futures (US) (UK) Hunger Makes the Wolf [Angry […]

Haunted Futures:
Felicity Shoulders

Publishers Weekly called Felicity Shoulders’ Haunted Futures story “You’re Welcome” touching, and we agree. Check out what the Oregonian writer had to say about writing, goal setting and sci fi vs. fantasy.     Haunted Futures (US) (UK)  

Interview: Matthew Chabin

Matthew Chabin is a writer from Portland, Oregon.  He was a journalist in the US Navy and studied literature and philosophy at Southern Oregon University.  His writing is a mixture of memoir, journalism and fiction.  He is the winner of the 2015 Miglior Press Essay Contest, and is currently pursuing larger publishing goals.  He lives in […]

What’s Next?

Out on February 25th is Cthulhu Lies Dreaming, the next anthology in a series begun in 2014 with Cthulhu Lives! GWD: What’s the role of an editor in an anthology? SJ: Well, I can only answer for myself, but I believe this is probably mostly true for other anthology editors. First, it’s the role of […]