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Recent Reads - Perdido Street Station by China Mieville

After finishing Sunne in Splendour, I opened and closed three or four other novels before I found something which grabbed my attention. That book was… 293 more words

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Four or Five Things About China Miéville

 Saturday September 28th 2002 was a bright and clear day in London. Which was just as well, because China and Emma were late. A group of us had arranged to meet at the National Film Theatre’s Café on the South Bank of the Thames at 12.30. 696 more words


The City & the City may become a four-part BBC drama

In tentative, but potentially exciting, news, it’s been revealed that screenwriter Tony Grisoni is adapting China Miéville’s novel The City & the City for the BBC as a four-part drama. 273 more words

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Language leads to war in 'Embassytown'

I finished Embassytown a few weeks ago. It’s rare for me to wait this long to comment on something I’ve read or watched, but I really don’t know where to begin. 479 more words


Are You Too Creative To Come Up With Ideas?

Where do you get your ideas?

Writers are asked that question so often by fans that it has turned into a standing joke. I have a dream that someday I’ll be asked that question in a panel or at a book signing. 439 more words


Sci Fi Book Club: Embassytown

The Sci Fi Council gathered at the multiverse way station between universes, where thousands of ships have come to watch themselves in other lives, no more significant or insignificant as their own. 105 more words


New jacket description for Three Moments of an Explosion: Stories

Today on Amazon.co.uk I found the final jacket description for China Miéville’s new short story collection, Three Moments of an Explosion: Stories:

A highly anticipated collection of short fiction listed in the Guardian’s ‘Essential Literary Calendar’ for 2015 from one of the most exciting and original authors writing today.

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