Congratulations to Jennifer Brozek, the winner of the ODD? antho contest on SF Signal. Her true-life story will be included in ODD? #2 and she receives a three-issue e-book subscription to ODD. The two runner-ups, Ryan Lindsay and Weird Vision, also receive a free subscription.
By now, if you read this blog, you have a good sense of our new anthology series ODD?, we hope. Fiction that falls between classifications. New translations of stories from the past century. New fiction from great new writers. Targeted reprints that cut across false mainstream and genre lines, many of them from out-of-print or rare sources. Tending toward the surreal, the darkly fantastical. Where else can you get Amos Tutuola side-by-side with Jeffrey Ford, Caitlin R. Kiernan and Leena Krohn, Rikki Ducornet and Hiromi Goto?
Want to come along with us on a wild and exciting journey? Now’s the time to sign up. Support the kind of literature you love. Make sure it’s nourished, so it can flourish. All the details for subscriptions and more can be found below. We will also roll out a new website soon.
—Ann and Jeff VanderMeer
Each volume of ODD? will contain surreal, weird, fantastical, strange reprints (some of them not available otherwise except in expensive limited editions), previously unpublished stories, and new translations of classic and hard-to-find stories. This first volume features, among others, Amos Tutuola, Nalo Hopkinson, Jeffrey Ford, Rikki Ducornet, Caitlin R. Kiernan, Hiromi Goto, Stacey Levine, and Jeffrey Thomas—with new translations by Gio Clairval, Larry Nolen, and Brian Evenson of such classic writers as Gustave Le Rouge, Leopoldo Lugones, and Karl Hans Strobl as well as a brand-new story by Leena Krohn! (Full table of contents here.)
The print versions will appear at the same time as the next e-book installment–i.e., ODD? Vol 1 will appear in print at the same time as the e-book of Vol 2. Every year starting in 2012, we will publish two volumes.
It’s a chance to support a cool new project that brings you fiction from writers from around the world.
—For the 3 initial volumes in e-book form, $21.00 (receive one bonus ebook from Cheeky Frawg’s upcoming ebook line if you subscribe now)
—For all 3 initial volumes in trade paperback form, $45
—For all 3 volumes in e-book form and all three in trade paperback form, $56
—If you’ve already bought the ODD? #1 ebook, we can start your ebook sub with #2
—Shipping and handling within the US is included free for print volumes; outside of the US please add $25
Or, become one of our valued “Oddkins” for $70 and receive the e-book and trade paperback versions *plus* all kinds of…odd and unique extras…with the delivery of your trade paperbacks. (US only offer: Extend it now to an additional year for only $115 total.)
—Oddkins living outside of the US alas must add $30 to cover shipping.
A “Super Oddkin” at $350 receives every volume until we die or the series is discontinued (this $350 value is *guaranteed* with books of equal value written or edited by us should ODD? end early) For those outside of the US, a Super Oddkin status is $500.
—You may designate different delivery email/addresses for the print versus ebook versions if ordering both; i.e., give one version as a gift.
Send a check made out to “Jeff VanderMeer” to POB 4248, Tallahassee, FL 32315, or paypal to email@example.com – specify epub or mobi (Kindle) formats if subscribing to the ebook edition.