The Winged Histories Publication Day

Tue 15 Mar 2016 - Filed under: Not a Journal., | Leave a Comment | Posted by: Gavin

The Winged HistoriesYay! No matter what you may have heard on the radio, read on the internets, or seen scratched on the sidewalk outside your favorite bookshop, today is the official publication day for Sofia Samatar‘s second novel The Winged Histories and here at last it is.

What is it? It is beautiful, so said Jenn Northington yesterday on Tor.com and N. K. Jemisin recently in the New York Times Book Review and us, every day!

And here for your enjoyment, a review of the book by Marion Deeds onĀ Fantastic Literature who enjoys writing down who the book might be fore and says “If you love stories but distrust them, if you love language and can also see how it is used as a tool or a weapon in the maintenance of status quo, then read The Winged Histories” and then Mahvesh Murad interviews Sofia about “writing short stories, teaching, translations and making life a giant book club” for episode 47 of the Midnight in Karachi podcast.

All in all, it is a great day for all of us here, the day we publish The Winged Histories.

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