Associate Editor Sarah Peed wrote a letter about giving books as gifts for the holidays. Check it out here!Read More
Here comes Embassytown by China Mieville!
Awards are not important though. Not really. People reading great work is what’s important. Therefore, people should read Embassytown and here is a list of reviews and video interviews to do the convincing for me!Read More
For the next few weeks, we at Suvudu will be sharing some of our favorites from 2011. After that, we’ll focus on what we think is going to make 2012 a great year for reading.
Today’s Best of 2011: Embassytown by China MievilleRead More
The moment we started doing Shark Week on Suvudu, I thought of Kraken by China Mieville. For obvious reasons. But it’s my feeling that Kraken is overlooked by a lot of people
Here’s why you should read Kraken! During this week!Read More
China Mieville visited my home late this morning to sign copies of his new book, Embassytown, as well as do a brief video interview answering those questions that were sent into the Suvudu website on Thursday.
Here China talk about science fiction, language, and why he refers to himself as a “quantum” Hugo Award winner! Fun stuff from a serious writer!Read More
But I’d like to include many of you if possible in that discussion. Though this is short notice, if you have any questions for China I might—just might—be able to ask him those questions on camera comment. So ask away! Time is a’wastin’!Read More
China Miéville is the contributor for this week’s Take Five, a regular series where we ask authors and editors to share five facts about their latest books. Miéville is the author of Embassytown, available now.
In the far future, humans have colonized a distant planet, home to the enigmatic Ariekei, sentient beings famed for a language [...]Read More