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Sam J. Miller

Sam J. Miller’s debut novel The Art of Starving (HarperTeen), rooted in his own adolescent experience with an eating disorder, was one of NPR’s Best Books of 2017. His second novel, Blackfish City (Ecco Press/USA; Orbit/UK) was an Entertainment Weekly “Must Read.” A finalist for multiple Nebula Awards along with the World Fantasy and Locus and Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Awards, he has won the Shirley Jackson Award and the Andre Norton Award.

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Blackfish City: The cyberpunk novel I didn’t know I was missing

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Blackfish City by Sam J. Miller 

“People would say she came to Qaanaaq in a skiff towed by a killer whale harnessed to the front like a horse. In these stories, which grew astonishingly elaborate in the days and weeks after her arrival, the polar bear paced beside her on flat bloody deck of the boat. Her face was clenched and angry…”

Blackfish City (2018) is the cyberpunk book I’ve been wanting to read for a while now, without really knowing it. With a strange and wonderful setting, augmented humans, powerful AIs, catastrophically tilted wealth-and-power dynamics, an “information disease,” crazy-wild urban sports and vivid visuals, Sam J. Miller’s novel picks up the old baton of William Gibson and carries it into some twisty, complex post... Read More