About

Lavie Tidhar, 2013

Lavie Tidhar, 2013

Photographs by Kevin Nixon. (c) Future Publishing 2013.

ABOUT

Lavie Tidhar is the World Fantasy Award winning author of Osama (2011), of The Violent Century (2013) and of the Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize winning A Man Lies Dreaming (2014), in addition to many other works and several awards. He works across genres, combining detective and thriller modes with poetry, science fiction and historical and autobiographical material. His work has been compared to that of Philip K. Dick by the Guardian and the Financial Times, and to Kurt Vonnegut’s by Locus.

Lavie’s media appearances have included Channel 4 News, BBC Radio London and others.

Lavie is represented by John Berlyne of the Zeno Literary Agency. For any query, please contact the agency.

WHAT THEY SAY

“Stunning” – The Washington Post on A Man Lies Dreaming

“Bears comparison with the best of Philip K Dick” – The Financial Times on Osama.

“Exceptional” – World Literature Today on Osama.

“A tour de force” – James Ellroy on The Violent Century.

“A stunning masterpiece” – The Independent on The Violent Century.

“A new masterpiece” – Library Journal on The Violent Century.

“Unforgettable” – the Jewish Standard on The Violent Century.

“A twisted masterpiece” – the Guardian on A Man Lies Dreaming.

“Unmissable” – the Telegraph on A Man Lies Dreaming.

“Incredible” – Tor.com on A Man Lies Dreaming

“Like early Kurt Vonnegut… both writers seem to channel the same prankster glee that covers deep despair.” – Locus on Martian Sands.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: How do I get in touch with you?

A: Through my agents. Or you can find me on Twitter.

Q: Can you blurb my book / can I send you my manuscript?

A: Time constraints make it impossible for me to offer this at the moment.

Q: Could you contribute a story to our crowdfunded anthology?

A: Generally, the answer’s no, as I feel uncomfortable being a part of the fund-raising process.

Q: Can you donate a Tuckerisation as a reward to our crowdfunding project?

A: Sadly, no. I use names very specifically in most of my work so this is not something I feel comfortable doing.

Q: Can you offer a story critique as a reward to our crowdfunding project?

A: Time constraints make it impossible for me to offer this at the moment.

Q: Can you donate one of your books as a reward to our crowdfunding project?

A: Sadly, no – I keep very few copies of anything I write.