Friday, February 08, 2008

Felix Gilman on Fantasy Book Critic

Felix Gilman is an incredibly talented young writer who participated in the New Weird round-robin, "Festival Lives." His contribution, "Constable Chalch and the Ten Thousand Heroes," (which is a title I truly love) follows a beleaguered cop who would rather read about his archetypal hero, the Detective, than deal with the seedy chaos of the festival. It's a funny, creepy piece that totally complements the rest of "Festival Lives" (which you can read a free alternate ending to here).

Gilman is interviewed today on the Fantasy Book Critic blog (which you really should be reading anyway). And he's just turned in a sequel to his excellent debut novel, Thunderer, titled The Gears of the City. Keep an eye on him, perhaps the spare one you bought at the black market during the festival...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks, Jill!

-- Felix

2/11/2008 5:44 PM  

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