Bibliography - China Mieville

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Here's the published works I could find for this author :)
Please do add any more works you come across and keep this thread up to date :D

Series

New Crobuzon
1. Perdido Street Station (2000)
2. The Scar (2001)
3. Iron Council (2004)

Novels
King Rat (1998)
The Tain (2002)
Un Lun Dun (2007) (young adult)

Collections
Looking for Jake (2005)


Short Fiction
"Highway Sixty One Revisited" (1985)
"Different Skies" (1999)
"An End to Hunger" (2000)
"Details" (2002)
"Familiar" (2002)
"Buscard's Murrain" (2003)

Articles and Essays
"The Conspiracy of Architecture" (1998)
"On World Building" (2001)
"Fifty Fantasy & Science Fiction Works That Socialists Should Read" (2002)
"Middle Earth meets Middle England" (2002)
Introduction to The Borrible Trilogy (2002)
"The Limits of Vision(aries)" (Introduction) (2002)
"Marxism and Fantasy: An Introduction" (2002)

"Trainspotting" (2003)
 
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I suppose we could add Un Lun Dun to the list. There's also a new book coming out in September 2007, Kraken.
 
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bit of a bump here... anyone actually know whats happening with Kraken, last I heard was the paperback was coming out in November this year (2008), what about the Hardback??
 

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I just noticed Trainspotting on this list. Is this a novel by him or is an introduction to the book by Irvine Welsh?

Sorry if I'm being thick!:D:eek:
It refers to an article he wrote in the Guardian about polish horror author Stefan Grabinski (early 1900s). Trains are one of the themes or symbols Grabinski used in his writing.
 

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The City & the City (2009)
Kraken (2010)
Embassytown (2011)
Railsea (2012)

I loved Railsea, an entire maritime novel without a body of water is no mean feat!
 

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Introduction to "Utopia" by Thomas More , London, England: Verso, 2016, pp. 1-27.

In this essay, Mieville develops the figure of Angelus erethizon, a hybrid blend of Walter Benjamin's angel of history and Le Guin's porcupine from her essay "A Non-Euclidean View of California as a Cold Place to Be". Mieville: "a porcupine with celestial wings; a seraph bristling with spines" (p. 9).
 
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Short story collection:
Three Moments of an Explosion: Stories (Macmillan, 2015)

Novellas:
This Census-Taker (Picador, 2016)
The Last Days of New Paris (Picador, 2017)

Non-fiction:
October: The Story of the Russian Revolution (Verso, 2017)
 

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