Posted by admin on Jun 19, 2012
"Inventive, challenging, tough as nails - just like its hard-hitting heroine. Recommended." - Joe Abercrombie
Posted by admin on Jan 30, 2014
"Kameron Hurley’s writing is the most exciting thing I’ve seen on the genre page… " - Richard K. Morgan
Posted by admin on Jan 25, 2010
Complete listing of existing and forthcoming works from Kameron Hurley.
In May of 1921, a group of vigilantes burned down a wealthy community in Tulsa, Oklahoma over the course of about 16 hours. More than 800 people were admitted to local hospitals and...
The F Word
DISCLAIMER: (a la Wendig) THE IS MY PERSONAL FUCKING BLOG
I read once that the real cost of racism was in keeping folks affected by same from doing their work. This works for stuff...
The Writing Life
On the bike ride home today, I thought about giving up on publishing. Just telling the whole enterprise to fuck itself. All the haters. All the wonky business people. All the...
Reading is a very personal experience. And so we start here, with the personal:
What would you sacrifice, to achieve your life’s ambition?
I know what I’ll sacrifice for mine,...
Sep 29, 2015
It’s that time of year again, folks: when I write you a bloody, epic madcap of a book and flood your local bookery blogs with rants, interviews, and articles about all things strange.
As ever, I’ll be updating this post with links each week as they go live so you can catch up on what you may have missed. There are quite a few podcast appearances not...
Sep 21, 2015
On the bike ride home today, I thought about giving up on publishing. Just telling the whole enterprise to fuck itself. All the haters. All the wonky business people. All the fuckery contract language. All the bullshit. I’d sell the house and load our shit up into an Airstream trailer and we’d disappear off the face of the fucking earth. Throw away...
Sep 17, 2015
I want to talk a little bit about book numbers here.
I have before, but it’s time to do it again, because I’ve been watching a great crop of hungry and talented debut novelists throwing themselves out of the nest recently, and it’s on my mind.
I don’t want to talk about the big, bad book numbers that all of you see in the media and know...
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