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“Witcover’s fiction has been ‘fearless in its refusal to
remain locked inside the borders of genre….’”
-- Locus Magazine. Read the review.
“With his first story collection, he scores another success
by displaying a gift for blending a richly imaginative amalgam of horror,
fantasy, and sf. “
-- Booklist. Read the review.
The final story in Everland is the Nebula-award nominated "Left of the Dial." You can read it at http://www.scifi.com/scifiction/originals/originals_archive/witcover/.
You can buy Everland from Amazon.co.uk. Check out my podcast interview I did recently with fellow writer Jon Armstrong for his blog, "If You're Just Joining Us."
My book reviews appear in every printed issue of Realms of
Fantasy magazine and Locus magazine. I'm also the
author of Asylum, Tumbling
After, Waking Beauty, and a biography of Zora
Neale Hurston. You
can order these books from Amazon.com!
Asylum is an "official" semi-sequel to director Tod Browning's Dracula,
starring the incomparable Bela Lugosi. The novel takes place in the
months of World War I in Carfax
Seward Sanitorium. Among the soldiers being treated there for shell
shock is an amnesiac who believes
himself to be . . . Sherlock Holmes. When a bomb from a German air raid
on London goes
awry, striking the dilapidated
abbey adjoining the hospital, an ancient evil is awakened--and I don't
Tumbling After is a novel about growing up, about playing games, about
what is and isn't
real. It's a novel of sexual awakening and magical transformation.
Kirkus called it "Superbly imagined . . . Shows the intricate
brilliance of the early Samuel Delany . . . A nursery rhyme is recast
as an intensely imagined nightmare of a tormented adolescent's fear of
the adult world."
And Publishers Weekly said "the increasingly disquieting parallel
stories amount to an audacious toss of some complex dice, but the
result is a winning, entertaining cross-genre roll."
Read an excerpt from the first chapter.
Here's a bit from the Player's Guide to Mutes & Norms. And
here is what The
Washington Post is saying about Tumbling After.
you're a fan of science fiction or fantasy, check out my novel, Waking
published in hardcover by HarperPrism. I guarantee it's like
nothing you've read
before. Publisher's Weekly praised it as "a striking
first novel, a
find for those who want more than the same old fantasy worlds and
adventures." Click here to read a scene from the first
chapter and here to read another
scene that didn't make the final cut but
deserves to see print
in some form!
comics? My sometime
Elizabeth Hand and I created and wrote the gonzo-feminist comic Anima
for DC Comics a
while back, ripping off everyone from Carl Jung to Kurt Cobain in the
was a wild ride while it lasted! Still available at your local
comic shop, they're
bound to be worth something one of these days! Click on the
images below to check
out some covers and pages! For those of you recently emerged from
Liz is the author of Winterlong, Waking the Moon, Glimmering,
and the Nebula-award-winning short-story "Last Summer at Mars Hill."
My Blog, The Inferior4+1
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You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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last updated June 5,