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New reviews posted 4/28/2014

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Section spéciale pour mes lecteurs français Mise à jour 28 décembre, 2014

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 News...

From July 2015: Jim's most recent books, Black Night's Gonna Catch Me Here: New and Selected Poems (New Rivers Press) and the reissued novel Death Will Have Your Eyes (Mulholland Books) remain available. Bloomsbury will publish his new novel, Willnot, in the spring of 2016. Meanwhile, an adaptation of Drive in four graphic novels will be out from IDW, one per month, August through November. Jim's also written three new stories, one commissioned for a book to accompany a Louis Vuitton exhibition in Paris, the others for anthologies edited by friends Craig McDonald (Borderland Noir) and Patrick Millikin (The Highway Kind).

From April 2015: Exciting news: Drive will be adapted as a comic miniseries by writer Michael Benedetto and artist Antonio Fuso for IDW Publishing this summer. And Jim's book of new and collected poems, Black Night's Gonna Catch Me Here is out now from New Rivers Press From December 2014: Jim has been interviewed by The Slaughter House. He's also been interviewed by Unwalkers in France — Jim's responses are printed in English & French.

From October 2014: Jim will travel to Lexington, Kentucky in January for the Bluegrass Writers Studio Winter Residency 2015. Jim will also be at Minnesota State University April 13 and 14th along with Debra Marquart and Richard Hoffman to celebrate publication of their books by New Rivers Press, including Jim's Black Night's Gonna Catch Me Here: Poems 1968-2012. There they will read and speak to students — and, as all are musicians, there are even rumors of musical performances by the grad students's Cat Sank Trio and the three imports... Craig McDonald has penned a lovely piece about the influence of the Lew Griffin novels on his work, Pulp Fiction: Or, Why I Write About a Writer. Negotiations are underway for graphic novels of Drive and Driven. More details as they arise!

From September 2014: James Sallis is featured as one of "100 Creatives" in the Phoenix New Times.


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