Tag Archives: Graham Joyce

Sunday Links, June 23, 2013

The nominees for the British Fantasy Awards have been announced. I find I’m curious about Lou Morgan’s Blood and Feathers, though I also must note that I really enjoyed Graham Joyce’s Some Kind of Fairy Tale — which has been double-nominated, for best fantasy and for best horror, which seems like quite a feat to […]


Pocket Review: The Silent Land by Graham Joyce

The Silent Land Graham Joyce Doubleday, 2011 Graham Joyce has been called a fantasist, a horror writer, a straddler of genres, and, in his own words, a writer in the “Old Peculiar” mode. But though his 18th novel, The Silent Land, operates within a darkly fantastic premise, the concerns that power it are surprisingly prosaic. […]



Chip Kidd has been getting a lot of positive buzz on his cover for Haruki Murakami’s IQ84, coming out here from Knopf in October. He talked a bit about his design concept on the Knopf Doubleday site: [L]ogistically the title is a book designer’s dream, because its unique four characters so easily adapt it to […]