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
So I wanted to talk about this phenomenon that I and many other writers experience right before a book drops. I felt this most when I wrote RAPTURE, and I’m here again with EMPIRE...
I want you to look at the cover of THE LIBRARY AT MOUNT CHAR. JUST LOOK AT IT. Anyone who says covers don’t sell books is lying. There’s a reason it’s the biggest...
Jul 6, 2015
Gencon is coming at the end of the month! Holy hell. Time fucking flies.
I will have ALL MY BOOKS available for sale at the Indy Reads Books booth. I also hope to have postcards available with the EMPIRE ASCENDANT cover and possibly a sampler, though we are still too far out to have ARCs available.
I have TWO: count them, TWO signings, on Friday and Saturday,...
Jun 30, 2015
I want you to look at the cover of THE LIBRARY AT MOUNT CHAR. JUST LOOK AT IT. Anyone who says covers don’t sell books is lying. There’s a reason it’s the biggest marketing expense a publisher spends on a novel, and if they get it wrong, you may not be entirely fucked, but you will be put at a severe disadvantage.
The cover was enough for me to...
Jun 14, 2015
It’s time, once again, for me to put myself on an internet blackout – or at least an internet diet – as I rumble toward some very intimidating deadlines. So you may see a little less of me bouncing around on Twitter this summer outside of scheduled events and news annoucements.
Here’s what the next few months look like for me, and why I...
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