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Jeffrey Ford


USA flag (1955 - )

Jeffrey Ford is a teacher and the author of The Physiognomy-winner of the 1998 World Fantasy Award and a New York Times notable book of the year-and Memoranda. He lives in Medford Lakes, New Jersey.
 
Series
Well-Built City Trilogy
1. The Physiognomy (1997)
2. Memoranda (1999)
3. The Beyond (2001)
3. The Well-Built City Trilogy (omnibus) (2017)
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Series contributed to
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Anthologies containing stories by Jeffrey Ford
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Short stories
At Reparata (1999)
The Fantasy Writer's Assistant [short story] (2000)Nebula Awards (nominee)
The Empire of Ice Cream [short story] (2003)


Awards
World Fantasy Best Novel winner (1998) : The Physiognomy
Nebula Awards Best Short Story nominee (2001) : The Fantasy Writer's Assistant [short story]
World Fantasy Best Collection winner (2003) : The Fantasy Writer's Assistant: And Other Stories
World Fantasy Best Novel nominee (2003) : The Portrait of Mrs. Charbuque
Nebula Awards Best Novel nominee (2007) : The Girl in the Glass
World Fantasy Best Novel winner (2009) : The Shadow Year


Jeffrey Ford recommends
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Meet Me in the Moon Room (2001)
Ray Vukcevich
"The absurd and the profound are seamlessly joined through fine writing. Meet Me in the Moon Room is a first-rate collection."
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The Devil in Brisbane (2005)
Zoran živković
"The Devil in Brisbane is an anthology alive with all of the spontaneity, cunning, wild imagination, and artifice of its namesake. Zoran živković has conjured thirty tales of sardonic splendor from Australian writers both new and more established. In this case, the Devil is most definitely in the details."
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The Traitor (2007)
(Cheek Frawg's Weird, book 1)
Michael Cisco
"Michael Cisco's The Traitor is a sinister, hilarious, and profound story, hallucinatory in its language magic... Lovers of dark fantasy will find something utterly unique and compelling here."
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Shadowbridge (2007)
(Shadowbridge, book 1)
Gregory Frost
"Beautifully written and realized."
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Escape From Hell! (2009)
Hal Duncan
"Duncan's writing is fluent and powerful. He possesses an imagination capable of both conjuring words and capturing the intricacies of moments."
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The Enigmatic Pilot (2011)
Kris Saknussemm
"Kris Saknussemm's Enigmatic Pilot, with its shades of Twain and Melville's Confidence Man, its own unique style and vision, sense of humor and remarkable characters, is a balls out adventure story, a fascinating "historical" account of the Civil War era, a love story, and a mirror within which a reader might glimpse the current state of the union."
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The Subterranean Season (2015)
Dale Bailey
"Bailey, unlike a lot contemporaries, never forgets the humor, which makes the darkness more profound."


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