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The new weird

Author: Ann VanderMeer; Jeff VanderMeer
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Tachyon, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1. edView all editions and formats
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Bogen giver en introduktion til, eksempler på og en debat om genren new weird, bl.a. af Clive Barker og Michael Moorcock.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ann VanderMeer; Jeff VanderMeer
ISBN: 1892391554 9781892391551
OCLC Number: 488258651
Description: xviii, 414 sider.
Responsibility: editors, Ann & Jeff VanderMeer.

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Includes contributions from visionaries Michael Moorcock and China Mieville, modern icon Clive Barker, Hal Duncan, Jeffrey Ford, and Sarah Monette. This book features writings from authors,  Read more...

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"Highly recommended for all libraries interested in the latest in sf and fantasy as well as modern horror." -- Library Journal "Ann and Jeff VanderMeer bring their expertise and affection for sci-fi Read more...

 
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