Lavie Tidhar writes, "Jews vs Zombies and Jews vs Aliens will be published as e-book originals on March 19th, and are currently available for pre-orders (a limited paperback will follow)."
The two anthologies irreverently explore the links between speculative fiction and Judaism. Authors featured include Orange Prize winner Naomi Alderman; The Big Bang Theory's writer/co-executive producer Eric Kaplan; BSFA Award winning science fiction writer Adam Roberts; Israe's Sapir Prize winner Shimon Adaf; Nebula Award winner author Rachel Swirsky; and cult fantasy author Daniel Polansky, among others. The stories run the gamut from the light-hearted to the profound, in turns surreal and enchanting.
Jurassic London was founded by Anne C Perry and Jared Shurin in 2011 and has since released several highly-regarded and award-winning titles. The publisher has worked with partners such as Tate Britain, English PEN, the Egypt Exploration Society, the Royal Observatory Greenwich and the National Maritime Museum.
Jurassic London is a not for profit organisation. All proceeds from the sale of Jews vs Zombies and Jews vs Aliens will go to support UK charity Mosac.
Mosac (Charity No: 1139077) provides practical and emotional support to non-abusing parents, carers and families of children who have been sexually abused. Based in Greenwich in south London, Mosac offers a national helpline, as well as counselling, advocacy, support groups and play therapy, and aims to break the silence surrounding child sexual abuse by raising awareness through training and consultancy.
Jews vs Aliens [Pre-order]
Jews vs Zombies [Pre-order]
Announcing… Jews vs Zombies AND Jews vs Aliens!
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