|Full Name:||Anne VanderMeer|
Ann VanderMeer is the Hugo Award–winning editor of Weird Tales magazine and has worked with her husband, Hugo nominated and World Fantasy Award–winning writer Jeff VanderMeer on the genre-defining anthologies The New Weird, Steampunk, and The Thackery T. Lambshead Cabinet of Curiosities. They live in Tallahassee, Florida.
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- Anne Vandermeer at Weird Tales | Damien G. Walter
Anne Vandermeer at Weird Tales. February 16, 2007 Administrator Leave a comment. Note to self: send story to Anne Vandermeer, new fiction editor of Weird Tales. Full release here ...
- The SF Site Featured Review: Steampunk
Steampunk. Ann VanderMeer. Ann VanderMeer has been a publisher and editor for over twenty years who currently serves as the fiction editor of Weird Tales and as a guest editor for Best American Fantasy. She is the founder of the ...
- Table of Contents: The Weird, edited by Ann and Jeff VanderMeer
two or three weeks shy of being done with Anne Vandermeer and Jeff Vandermeer's monumental The Weird. Me and Loverboy, we're loving every minute of [...] Michelle West says: April 19, 2012 at 2:28 am. I got this book for ...
- The Amberjacks: World Fantasy Convention 2012: Thoughts
Anne Vandermeer says that an editor must approach editing a writer's work, "from where the writer comes from". Gordon Van Gelder said that the publisher expects the author to market his own work. I think this happens only in ...
- New Titles ? w/e 15th December 2012 Array Transreal Fiction
Anne Vandermeer (editor) ? Steampunk III the third in her series of anthologies. in 'B' format: David Brin ? Uplift fat omnibus volume containg the 1st Uplift trilogy of Sundiver, Startide Rising and The Uplift War. in paperback:.
- Not A Blog - Learn to Write Good
I will be one of the instructors at this year's Clarion, along with Delia Sherman, Dale Bailey, Samuel R. Delany, Jeff Vandermeer, and Anne Vandermeer. For more details, check out http://clarion.ucsd.edu/ Applications for ...
- [awards|repost] Obligatory story pimpage | jlake.com
?A Critical Examination of Stigmata's Print Taking the Rats to Riga? The Thackery T. Lambshead Cabinet of Curiosities: Exhibits, Oddities, Images, and Stories from Top Authors and Artists, ed. Jeff and Anne VanderMeer
- Beyond the Veil: Saturday Six: Snapshots of CapClave 2010
Guests of Honor Jeff and Anne Vandermeer (left and right, respectively) and Clarkesworld editor Neil Clarke introduce the 2010 Last Drink Bird Head Awards. The awards were created by the Vandermeers to recognize the ...
- Long Live Hellbunny - Demon Theory
And cranking on a novel as well, of course. And, as for reading, I'm two or three weeks shy of being done with Anne Vandermeer and Jeff Vandermeer's monumental The Weird. Me and Loverboy, we're loving every minute of ...
- Cheaper Ironies: Holiday Books 2008
So, in addition to books by heavy-hitters like Neil Gaiman, Stephen King and Neal Stephenson, I give props to lesser-known authors like Jo Walton, Daryl Gregory and Jeff and Anne VanderMeer. Posted by Michael Berry at ...
- Fascism for Nice People | Lavie Tidhar
Anne Vandermeer). Therefore, it would be nice to be extended the courtesy that while people may not like what I have to say they might credit that I know something of the topic under discussion. I am told my publishers have ...
- Friday Night Accolades : Cherie Priest
... published by Weird Tales is eligible for a Hugo award in the ?Best Semiprozine? category (which will be eliminated after this year) ? and likewise, its uncommonly brilliant fiction-wrangler Anne VanderMeer could use a nod ...
- Simon Strantzas: Interviewed at The Weird Fiction Review
... brainchild of Jeff and Anne VanderMeer, designed initially to supplement their breath-taking and encompassing anthology, THE WEIRD, but also to further extend its overview on the genre and explore all its various nooks.
- Double Whammy | Damien G. Walter
Following Heinlein's law number four, both stories have gone straight back on the market. 'MLZB', formerley 'Rings' is now with Anne Vandermeer at Weird Tales (my second attempt to break into that market) and Horizon goes ...
- The New Weird Archives - Kathryn Cramer
MEANWHILE, Jeff & Anne VanderMeer have an anthology coming out on this subject which is sure to straighten us all out on what all the fuss was about. (I gather that a computer game of telephone has mangled China ...