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Cheeky Frawg Books

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Being a new ebook imprint from Ann & Jeff VanderMeer:

Cheeky Frawg Books has launched a new website. Does it sell our ebooks? Yes! But very…cheekily. It’s an interactive and mysterious experience you truly won’t want to miss, in a 180-degree scrollable environment. Free content, hidden treasures, singing fish, the animated Myster Odd video, and, of course, the full catalogue of Cheeky Frawg ebooks, including Amal El-Mohtar’s The Honey Month and the ODD? anthology, featuring Jeffrey Ford, Caitlin R. Kiernan, Amos Tutuola, Hiromi Goto, Nalo Hopkinson, and many more.

Cheeky Frawg specializes in quality, self-aware e-books. We hand-craft every e-book on a letterpress using only the best, most perfectly formed 00000s and 111111s.  Forthcoming titles include the legendary The Encyclopedia of Victoriana by Jess Nevins, It Came From the North: Finnish Weird edited by Jukka Halme and Tero Ykspetäja, Jagganath by Swedish sensation Karin Tidbeck and Don’t Pay Bad for Bad by iconic Nigeria writer Amos Tutuola.

Note: A percentage of direct sales in December will go to aid iconic fantasy editor, artist, and writer Terri Windling, who is suffering from financial woes.

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In the first run of titles is the ebook edition of The Kosher Guide to Imaginary Animals whose print edition I designed a while back. And mention of Amos Tutuola reminds me that I’ve had a copy of his My Life in the Bush of Ghosts for years and still not read it. While we’re on the subject of Ann & Jeff’s projects, a reminder that Weird Fiction Review is still posting unique pieces of weird fiction, interviews and essays.

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  1. #1 posted by michelangelo

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    you won’t regret reading your Tutuola, friend.

 




 

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