On Saturday, Paul Jessup and Fabio Fernandes will be throwing a book launch party for their books, hosted by Natania Barron!
Kirkus recently posted their stellar review of Paul Jessup’s new novel and had a lot of good things to say about it.
“Jessup’s prose sometimes recalls Harlan Ellison at his most extravagant, invoking a lurid, elastic environment steeped in ritual yet with delirious magic as well as weird science. … A striking tale of violence and redemption with an abundance of mysterious dream/nightmare imagery.” – Kirkus Reviews
We’re thrilled to be launching this title into the world, on April 1, just a few short days away!
Be sure to check in for the live event, and possibly win a one of five signed copies of the book from the author!
Paul Jessup is a critically acclaimed/award winning author of strange and slippery fiction. With a career spanning over ten years in the field, he’s had works published in so many magazines he’s lost count and three or four books published in the small press. You can attempt to email him at: email@example.com
Be sure to ask Paul about his favorite short stories of the year, so far, as he also regularly reviews them for us, here at http://www.vernacularbooks.com!
Fabio Fernandes lives in São Paulo, Brazil. He has published several books, among which the novels Os Dias da Peste and Back in the USSR (in Portuguese) and the collection L’Imitatore (in Italian). Also a translator, he is responsible for the translation to Brazilian Portuguese of several SF novels, including Neuromancer, Snow Crash, and A Clockwork Orange. His short stories have been published online in Brazil, Portugal, Romania, the UK, New Zealand, and USA, and also in Ann and Jeff VanderMeer’s Steampunk II: Steampunk Reloaded and Southern Fried Weirdness: Reconstruction (2011), The Apex Book of World SF, Vol 2, Stories for Chip. Co-edited (with Djibril al-Ayad) the postcon anthology We See a Different Frontier, and, with Francesco Verso, the anthology Solarpunk – Come ho imparato ad amare il futuro.
Graduate of Clarion West, class of 2013. Formerly slush reader for Hugo Award-winner Clarkesworld Magazine.