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Section spéciale pour mes lecteurs français Mise à jour 28 décembre, 2014
No Exit Press: Sallis' UK publishers.
Walker Books: Sallis' primary US publishers
Host Publications: publishers of Limits of the Sensible World and Potato Tree
March news: The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction has interviewed Jim Sallis about his new short story, "Miss Cruz." In the Phoenix area? A reminder that you can still register to take Jim's upcoming class at the Piper Center, The Story Behind the Poem. Meanwhile, in France, Jim's "How Jean-Patrick Manchette Taught Me to Drive" is the concluding essay in a collection entitled Jean-Patrick Manchette et la raison d'écrire
February news: Another of Jim's new stories, "Miss Cruz," appears in the March/April issue of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. A new poem, "Black Rooms," is upcoming in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine.
January news: For those in the Phoenix area, Jim will be teaching a four-week poetry course at The Piper Center on the ASU campus from April 5th to April 26th, during National Poetry Month. Course title: The Story Behind the Poem. Jim's latest column for The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, on the new biography of Shirley Jackson, is now online.
Year's end news: One of Jim's new stories, "How the Damned Live On," is
out in the December issue of Asimov's Science Fiction. Jim says this
story came from watching an entire afternoon of old science fiction
movies like Journey to the Center of the Earth, Lost World and the
like while recuperating from surgery. "It has everything — pirates,
a giant spider, tiny crabs, ambulating plants..."
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