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North American Lake Monsters by Nathan Ballingrud may seem like a slim volume, but don't let the size fool you. Each one of these nine stories has the capacity to seduce and terrify you like any of the most heavyweight horror authors out there.
In March, the io9 book club read Jeff VanderMeer's Annihilation ...Just start asking your questions in the comments section now, and VanderMeer will answer as many as he can this afternoon.
For those unfamiliar with the io9 book club, here's how it works: You read the book. We create a special book club post on io9 when the meeting is in session...Then everybody talks about the book in comments for a few days, starting right now.
Has FSG Found the Cure to Boring Readings? Jeff VanderMeer, Starlee Kine and Sam Axelrod at the FSG Originals reading series. There's a reason more people want to go to gallery openings than readings: free drinks...Being captive in a seat for an hour-
Jeff VanderMeer's new novel Annihilation lures you in with a seriously intriguing mystery, then leaves you filled with incredible, delicious dread. It's the tale of an ill-fated scientific expedition to piece of coastline that has developed strange
Science fiction Investigators brave the forbidding Area X, mysteries of the human heart in Florida author's sci fi trilogy. Jeff VanderMeer makes his home in Tallahassee, and the Florida wilderness indeed comes to mind as we enter the remote,
Legendary weird fiction writer and editor Jeff VanderMeer is back with a new trilogy, The Southern Reach, and the first novel came out last week. Called Annihilation , it's a fascinating, poetic tale of a mysterious organization that's sent a mission
Crafting a brand new science fiction story can feel incredibly chaotic like wresting life out of the primordial ooze with your bare hands. Which is why this infographic about the life cycle of a science fiction story, including writing and the
The winners of the 2012 World Fantasy Awards were just announced here in Toronto, Canada and the Best Novel Award didn't go to George R.R. Martin or to Jo Walton, who'd already swept the Nebula and Hugo Awards. Instead, it went to Lavie Tidhar's
Jo Walton, now winner of the British Fantasy award for Among Others Welsh author Jo Walton's story of a 15-year-old girl with magical abilities at an English boarding school has beaten books from Stephen King and George RR Martin to win the British