The short stories in Mr. Miéville’s newest collection take place in a variety of strange worlds, including one in which icebergs fly.
Who better to review a new sci-fi book than Ursula Le Guin? The Guardian editors couldn’t think of a better candidate either. She reviewed the new story collection Three Moments of an Explosion by the English writer China Miéville. Sample quote: “Pastiche, when present, is so skilful that it can go unnoticed.” You could also read […]
Author China Mieville discussed his favorite books at The Week. Stream a new Wavves song. R.I.P., author and critic Alan Cheuse. The Quietus shared an excerpt from Sylvie Simmons' biography, Serge Gainsbourg: A Fistful Of Gitanes. Powell's listed 25 women...
Seriously, cut it out, publishers. Are you trying to ruin us? There are so many incredible books coming out this month, it’s unreal. China Mieville, Charles Stross, Austin Grossman, Jesse Ball, William T Vollmann... it’s all happening. Here are July’s must-read science fiction and fantasy books. Read more...
The cover copy calls Dennis O'Flaherty's King of the Cracksmen a steampunk entertainment. The novel is that and more. In terms of style, it is a creative mélange that smacks of Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes, China Mieville's Perdido Street Station, and Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities. Show More Summary
A beautiful cover for what is sure to be one of the more mesmerizing short fiction collections released this year. China Mieville’s Three Moments of an Explosion is the latest collection from the author of Period Street Station and Embassytown. Show More Summary
How to get into China Miéville. Over at Tor.com, there's an introduction to Miéville's strange and powerful books, including a rundown of which books to try first. Do you agree with their recommendations? Read more...
Primer is The A.V. Club’s ongoing series of beginner’s guides to pop culture’s most notable subjects: filmmakers, music styles, literary genres, and whatever else interests us—and hopefully you. This installment: science fiction and fantasy author China Miéville. Show More Summary
There’s new fiction from China Miéville up at Tor. Miéville’s been a Millions darling for quite some time now, as these two pieces from Bill Morris can attest.
A brand new story by The City and the City author China Miéville went up at Tor.com yesterday, and it's a wonderfully weird and panoramic tale of nature gone berserk. When massive icebergs appear over London, nobody knows what to do... but some people want to climb them. Read more...
Tor UK will publish a new collection of short stories from award-winning author China Miéville next summer, but editorial director Julie Crisp gives us a taste of things to come! Indeed, you can read "Polynia," an original short fiction piece, for free by clicking on this link.Enjoy! =)
The Interstitial Arts Foundation has launched a crowdfunding campaign for its journal Interfictions, devoted to "the weird, the interstitial, and the uncategorizable." The campaign features rewards from the likes of China Mieville and...Show More Summary
Authors China Miéville, Gillian Slovo, Tom Warne and Omar el Khairy visited Jerusalem to learn about the Israeli occupation as part of the 2013 Palestine Festival of Literature.
The 2013 Palestine Festival of Literature took place across historical Palestine, with events in Jerusalem, Gaza, Nablus, Ramallah and Haifa. In this video, one group of the festival's international participants are shown around al Khalil / Hebron, where Israel's apartheid system is at its most explicit.
Tor.com has reprinted China Mieville's inspired introduction to The Borribles, the classic, 1980s urban fantasy young adult trilogy by Michael de Larrabeiti, recently relaunched in the UK.
What happens when Richard Thomas and Leah Rhyne sit down to discuss the China Mieville classic, 'Perdido Street Station'? Read on to find out. Column by Leah Rhyne It takes about an hour for Richard and I to discuss a book, and let me...Show More Summary
James Hunt gives the final issue of "Dial H" by China Mieville and Alberto Ponticelli 4.5 stars, calling the series "one of the most consistent, original and enjoyable series to come out of the New 52."
Novelist China Miéville (King Rat, The City & the City, Railsea) was one of a dozen-odd authors who traveled for a week on a mini-bus with this year’s Palestine Festival of Literature at the end of May. Miéville read his… Continue reading ?
James Hunt gives "Dial H" #13 by China Mieville and Alberto Ponticelli 4.5 stars, calling the series "a great title" and saying of the installment, "This is the issue readers have been waiting for."
Born last year, Paladin Publishing House, the new Romanian imprint specialized in science fiction and fantasy, is already hard at work. With 5 titles published since it was founded, Isaac Asimov’s “Pebble in the Sky”, Arthur C. Clarke’s...Show More Summary