Lavie Tidhar

Praise for Lavie’s short fiction:
“Tidhar beautifully evokes the power of technology ”
The Fix, reviewing The Dying World (Clarkesworld Magazine)

“richly detailed characters in a well paced and well thought out story”
Tangent reviewing The Pattern Makers of Zanzibar (Murky Depths)

“Tidhar’s story reads like a drug-infused John Le CarrĂ© novel,
if Le CarrĂ© wrote science fiction and dropped LSD as he pounded on the typewriter…
an amazing accomplishment, and highly recommended.”
The Fix, reviewing The Shangri-La Affair (Strange Horizons)

The Bookman – 7 Jan 2010 (UK/Aus), October 2010 (US/Row)
Camera Obscura – April 2011 (UK/Aus), May 2011 (US/Row)
The Great Game – February 2012 (worldwide)
The Bookman Histories (omnibus) – January 2013 (worldwide)


(Photo by Kevin Nixon / SFX Magazine/TeamRock)

(Photo by Kevin Nixon / SFX Magazine/TeamRock)

Lavie Tidhar is the author of the Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize winning A Man Lies Dreaming, the World Fantasy Award winning Osama and of the critically-acclaimed The Violent Century. He has a British Fantasy Award for Best Novella for Gorel & The Pot-Bellied God.
Lavie’s first non-fiction novel Art and War: Poetry, Pulp and Politics in Israeli Fiction – co-authored with Shimon Adaf – was released through Repeater in March 2016.

This is Lavie’s website. You can also follow him on Twitter.

Interview with Bibliophile Stalker (Aug 09)
Interview with SF Signal (Sept 09)
Guest Blog at Jeff Vandermeer’s Ecstatic Days (Dec 09)
Interview at The Traveler’s Steampunk Blog (Dec 09)
Interview at Dark Wolf’s Fantasy Reviews (March 10)
Interview with Fantasy Magazine (Nov 2011)

Listen to an audio reading of a short story called ‘The Smell of Orange Groves’ by Lavie Tidhar on Clarkesworld Magazine.

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