There’s a place in New York’s East Village called the Russian & Turkish Baths. It’s a neighborhood institution that has been in operation for some 125 years, give or take. I’m not a regular, but every now and then a writer needs to shvitz, especially during the winter months. […]
China Miéville is interviewed by Skelli Scar, who offers Miéville an excellent suggestion: “Lastly I have a suggestion for you, why not write a short story about what the Olympics would be like in Un Lun Dun?” “This is a startling and excellent idea. Immediately various sporting events […]
Here’s the complete table of contents for The New Yorker‘s Science Fiction Issue. You can read pieces by Jennifer Egan, Colson Whitehead, China Mièville, William Gibson, Laura Miller and Emily Nussbaum without a subscription.
Let’s smash some genres together! Today it’s urban fantasy meets the murder mystery, and, at first glance, it’s a meeting of true minds.
China Miéville draws a monster. Mark Charan Newton has to write it into his own novel. (via @Pornokitsch)
Have you ever looked at someone and wondered, “Could they beat up China Miéville?” Now you have your answers, in story form.