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.
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Jews vs Zombies [Pre-order]
Announcing… Jews vs Zombies AND Jews vs Aliens!
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