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Lincoln Michel


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Lincoln Michel’s fiction and criticism appear in The Believer, Tin House, Electric Literature, Unstuck, McSweeneys.net, and Oxford American. He is a co-editor of Gigantic, a magazine of short prose and art. You can find him online at @thelincoln and lincolnmichel.com.

 

Genres: Science Fiction, Horror
 
Novels
   The Body Scout (2021)
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Collections
   Upright Beasts (2015)
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Novellas and Short Stories
   Our Education (2012)
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Anthologies edited
   Tiny Crimes (2018)
   Tiny Nightmares (2020) (with Nadxieli Nieto)
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Flux (2023)
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"Jinwoo Chong manages to combine a time-bending mystery, genre-bending adventure, and mind-bending literary novel into one stylish and propulsive thriller. You'll tear through it."
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The Sleepless (2022)
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"A meditative near-future thriller that explores grief, meaning, and time in a world that's terrifyingly plausible."
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Manhunt (2022)
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"Equal parts terrifying and transgressive, every page of this thrilling novel drips with blood, ichor, and other bodily fluids. Felker-Martin is an author who remembers horror isn't supposed to play nice. Manhunt will grab you by the throat on page one and won't let go until the end."
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Midnight, Water City (2021)
(Water City Trilogy, book 1)
Chris McKinney
"Midnight, Water City is a hardboiled noir drenched in a water-soaked future of soaring seascrapers and floating suburbs. The prose is sharp, the tech strange, and the twists shocking. McKinney expertly blends science fiction, noir, and cli-fi into a wild and original ride."

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