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Open Call for Submissions - Feminist Speculative Fiction AnthologyAnn & Jeff VanderMeer are pleased to announce a call for submissions for a new anthology on Feminist Speculative Literature. This...
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The Weird got Boing Boinged!
Jeff Vandermeer sez, "As part of our celebration of weird fiction, centered around the release this week of The Weird -- 800,000 words of weird fiction from the past century--we've posted weird writer...
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I'm with you on that one, +Jim Kerr 
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In celebration of the US release this week, look for lots of good weird only at WFR. Today our entire introduction and the TOC.
(Image by Jeremy Zerfoss). Buy The Weird compendium here… A “weird tale,” as defined by H.P. Lovecraft in his nonfiction writings and given early sanctuary within the pages of magazines like Weird Tal...
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Steve Rasnic Tem - Novel Excerpt of Deadfall. Only at Weird Fiction Review.
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I may be a little biased, but it is an amazing book. Just check out the excerpt. It'll be like trying to eat just one chip. ;-)
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Leena Likitalo's "Watcher"
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Final TOC - Steampunk Revolution
Steampunk Revolution - Announcing the TOCI am pleased and very excited to announce the final TOC for my new upcoming anthology - Steampunk Revolution. This book is forthcoming from Tachyon Publicatio...
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Show us your WEIRD!!
weirdcontest (Items shown for dramatization only; actual contents of big box of weird much, much stranger…) Want to win a Big Box of Weird that includes a hardcover copy of The Weird compendium signed...
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Today is the official US release date of The Weird - woo hoo!
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Matthew Pridham provides a thought-provoking article on the weird in Shakespeare's work
(A shot from Julie Taymor's Titus Adronicus). Over the course of his career, William Shakespeare made many a foray into the darker regions of drama. Beginning with Titus Andronicus, the playwright...
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My Last-editing issue of Weird Tales.
(A lovely poster designed by John Coulthart in honor of my tenure at WT). This week, in addition to a great piece on Shakespeare and The Weird by Matthew Pridham, I thought it would be good to remind ...
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    Consulting Fiction Editor, 2012 - present
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    Editor-in-Chief, 2007 - 2012
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