Jews to Battle Zombies and Aliens in New Jurassic London Titles

Written by Ed Fortune Monday, 23 February 2015

Book News

Cutting edge publisher Jurassic London has announced that it will be shortly launching two exciting new anthologies, edited by multi-award winning author Lavie Tidhar and DOCTOR WHO editor Rebecca Levene.

The two irreverent short story collections will be called JEWS VS ZOMBIES and JEWS VS ALIENS. They will launch as eBooks on March 19th. A limited paperback edition is set to follow.

Authors featured include THOSE ABOVE creator Daniel Polansky, THE BIG BANG THEORY’s Eric Kaplan, STARBURST favourite Adam Roberts, Nebula Award-winning author Rachel Swirsky, Orange Prize-winning Naomi Alderman and Israel’s Sapir Prize winner Shimon Adaf. Jurassic London promises that the collections will run from the sublime to the superbly silly.

Jurassic London is a not for profit organisation, founded by Anne C Perry and Jared Shurin in 2011. It has achieved a great deal of critical acclaim in a very short period time and has a reputation for  producing progressive, intelligent and entertaining works that contain elements of the fantastic.

All proceeds from the sale of JEWS VS ZOMBIES and JEWS VS ALIENS will go to support UK charity Mosac, a South London-based organisation who provide practical and emotional support to non-abusing parents, carers and families of children who have been sexually abused.

Cult Illustrator Sarah Anne Langton has provided the cover art for both books. JEWS VS ZOMBIES and  JEWS VS ALIENS can both be pre-ordered via Amazon today.

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