Weird Fiction Review with Neil Gaiman, Kelly Link, Webcomics, and More!

Jeff VanderMeer • November 4th, 2011 @ 11:39 am • News

The Weird

Well, we’ve completed our first week over at Weirdfictionreview.com and Ann has some thoughts in her editorial. I’d say it was an unqualified success, as noted in this post by Ann. If you haven’t checked out this source for all things weird, take a look. Luis Rodrigues, who build this blog, did a great job with it—love the image slider. The site has a donation button, which is important.

Ann’s editorial goes into what’s planned for next week. All I have to add is that before the end of the year you’ll see more on international weird over there, more translations, interviews with the likes of Liz Williams, Michal Ajvaz, Tanith Lee, Lucius Shepard, and Gio Clairval, some great old classic weird articles, a 101 Weird Writers ongoing feature, the continuation of Leah Thomas’s webcomic, and some other cool stuff we can’t mention yet.

Also, of course, the site supports the launch of our The Weird: A Compendium of Strange & Dark Stories from Atlantic/Corvus, with media coverage beginning for the most part next week. You can check out the contents and all 116 first lines here and here.

5 Responses to “Weird Fiction Review with Neil Gaiman, Kelly Link, Webcomics, and More!”

  1. df lewis says:

    THE WEIRD. Bitten off more than I can chew! Reviewing this book received today: http://nullimmortalis.wordpress.com/2011/11/02/weird-a-compendium-of-dark-and-strange-stories/
    Love the double-columned text.
    des

  2. Liniu?e « says:

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  3. Terry Weyna says:

    The link in Ann’s editorial to the Facebook page seems to be broken.

  4. Jeff VanderMeer says:

    will fix.

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    [...] Stories aus mehr als hundert Jahren. Das komplette Inhaltsverzeichnis gibt’s hier, ein paar mehr Infos bei Autor Jeff Vandermeer (der auch schon die Steampunk Bible geschrieben hatte). From Lovecraft to Borges to Gaiman, a [...]

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