The James Sallis Web
Pages form an online resource
dedicated to the appreciation and analysis of one of the
writers working in the USA today.
This site presents
original work by the author as well as
interviews, critical comment and reference resources.
Original work is accessible via the bibliography
pages. All such content is © James Sallis and may
not be reproduced without the author's permission. Jim can
be contacted by email at JimSallis@aol.com.
is maintained by
What the critics are saying:
reactions to Driven and the rest of the Sallis oeuvre.
New reviews posted 5/20/2012
Signed copies (personalized on request)
of the latest Sallis books
are available from
The Poisoned Pen
bookstore in Scottsdale, Arizona.
pour les lecteurs de la langue française
jour 9 juin, 2013
No Exit Press: Sallis' UK publishers.
Walker Books: Sallis' primary US publishers
Host Publications: publishers of Limits of
the Sensible World and Potato Tree
Lew Griffin book cover gallery (U.S. reissues)
French book cover gallery
Latest Sallis News...
From June 2013:
Richard Godwin interviews Jim Sallis at the Slaughterhouse,
and a new piece on Jim in French
appears in Le Monde.
...from May 2013:
Jim went to France to take part in Etonnants-Voyageurs
(Amazing Travellers), May 18-20 at Saint-Malo, his third time there.
"A short trip this time, sadly. But I have to be back on the 25th to
play a Three-Legged Dog concert at the coolest venue around, a nature
preserve up in the Arizona mountains where everything —
lights, sound — is run on solar power."
...from April 2013:
Jim's latest novel, Others of My Kind, will be
released this September by Bloomsbury Publishing — read a preview
...from February 2013:
Just released: A new collection of poetry, Rain's Eagerness,
from The Aldrich Press! Buy it
on Amazon.com or order through your local bookshop.
Jim recently spoke on "The Fiction of Genre" at the
Desert Nights Rising Stars Writers Conference,
a panel on crime fiction, and led a poetry workshop. His band,
Three-Legged Dog, played for the Saturday night reception.
...from December 2012:
In March, Jim will represent The Piper Center, ASU and
southwestern writers in general at the UK's Oxford Literary Festival, with
a stopover in Germany to participate in the Cologne Literary Festival.
Click here for news prior to December, 2012
Most Recent Columns...
Fantasy and Science Fiction —
— March/April 2013. James Sallis reviews fantasy and SF fiction
Search the site...