New reviews posted 12 October 2019
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Section spéciale pour mes lecteurs français Mise à jour 28 décembre, 2014
No Exit Press: Sallis' UK publishers.
Soho Press: Sallis' primary US publishers
Host Publications: publishers of Limits of the Sensible World and Potato Tree
July news: You can read Jim's short story, "Scientific Methods," along with an extensive intro, online at the North Dakota Quarterly.
May news: Forthcoming: The reprint of "Dayenu" in The Year's Best Science Fiction edited by Rich Horton (Prime Books) is due just about any day now. The story originally appeared in Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet and recently saw a companion piece in Interzone's "Carriers." The two-in-one ("Ace double") volume of Difficult Lives/Hitching Rides is set for publication by Soho Syndicate in June. New stories just found homes at The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction ("The Cry of Evening Birds") and North American Review ("Bury All Towers"). An interview with Jim by Tom Ue, "The Question of Closure in James Sallis' and Nicolas Winding Refn's Drive," appears in The Journal of Adaptation in Film & Performance (vol. 13, no.1). (PDF available on Academia.edu with signup.)
April news: Jim's short story "Net Loss" appears in the current issue of Analog, with another, "Schools of Thought," scheduled shortly. "Quilts," a short-short written to match an assignment given to his novel-writing class (write an end-of-the-world story in two pages), recently appeared on the website 365 Tomorrows. "Carriers" in the new issue of Interzone. #286, is a short novella set in the same near-future as his earlier "Dayenu." Jim's forthcoming column for The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction reviews story collections by Sarah Pinsker, Susan Palwick, and Kameron Hurley.
January news: Sarah Jane has received a lovely review in the Los Angeles Review of Books from Glenn Harper. From the review: "James Sallis delineates the worlds of his characters through his laconic and vivid writing: he brings to the plain language of noir a literary sensibility, with striking prose and frequent literary references that are never obtrusive...Sarah Jane, his remarkable new novel, is about a woman who finds her place in the world but can't escape her past, in a story that demonstrates deep empathy for both central and incidental characters."
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