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Shadows in the Stone

“Jack Dann’s Shadows in the Stone creates such a complete world that Italian history no longer seems comprehensible without his cosmic battle of spiritual entities behind and within every historical actor and event.” (Kim Stanley Robinson, New York Times Bestselling Author) The author of The Age #1 bestselling novel The Memory Cathedral returns to Renaissance…

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The Economy of Light

Aurealis Award finalist, Best Horror Novel, 2009 Stephen is a retired Nazi hunter, divorced yet living happily enough on his ranch on the fringe of the Amazon jungle. But when Brazilian police unearth the alleged remains of the detested Auschwitz camp doctor, Josef Mengele, Stephen’s life is immediately and traumatically transformed. At the grave site,…

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Insinuations: an Autobiography

Jack Dann, one of SF’s most versatile and esteemed novelists, short story writers, and anthologists, has led a complex and fascinating life–after surviving the brutal tensions of military school and a months-long near-death experience in a hospital’s terminal wards, he embarked on the life of an author in the full swing of the Sixties, finding…

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Dreaming in the Dark

  Winner of the 2017 World Fantasy Award for Best Anthology “Dreaming in the Dark will especially appeal to two groups of readers–those who love words themselves, and those who want an enticing sampler of work by some of Australia’s most talented working writers.” (Locus) Dreaming in the Dark, an original collection of some of…

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Concentration

“Dann is a Faulkner and a Márquez for Jews.” (Marleen Barr) JACK DANN’s groundbreaking anthologies Wandering Stars and More Wandering Stars used the tropes of science fiction, fantasy, and magical realism to ask and try to answer! what it means to be a Jew. In his new short-story collection Concentration, Dann enlists the techniques of…

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The Man Who Melted

“On my personal list of the greatest SF novels of all time (available upon request), Jack Dann’s The Man Who Melted would be right up there—a beautiful, terrifying cri du mort for humanity and an absolutely unforgettable book.(Elizabeth Hand for Science Fiction Age)” The Man Who Melted is a warning for the future. It is the Brave…

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Journal

Concentration…a new collection

I’m pleased to announce that Concentration, my collection of holocaust stories, will be published by PS Publishing in November.  It will also contain an original…

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The Silent as audiobook…

The audiobook version of The Silent is out from Audible–I’ve just received the MP3-CD. It’s performed by Chris Kipiniak and is twelve hours and thirty-nine…

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"Going Under"

I might start catching up on my website by going backwards (so what else is new?).  I’ve just sold “The Carbon Dreamer”, which Harlan Ellison…

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Just checking…

I’ve been negligent updating my website, but I’m determined to remedy that. One reason I’ve let things go–and a lot has been happening!–is that WordPress…

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Quote of the Day ….

This was just too good to resist … “Writing a novel is one of those modern rites of passage, I think, that lead us from…

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Jack's signing at Reader's Emporium for National Bookshop Day

I’ll be signing copies of The Rebel: Second Chance and talking (so what else is new) at Reader’s Emporium Book Store in Traralgon tomorrow (Saturday…

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