P. S. Publishing, 2011
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Lavie Tidhar was in Dar-es-Salaam during the American embassy bombings in 1998, and stayed in the same hotel as the Al Qaeda operatives in Nairobi. Since then he and his now-wife have narrowly avoided both the 2005 King’s Cross and 2004 Sinai attacks-experiences that led first to his memorable short story “My Travels with Al-Qaeda” and later to the creation of Osama.
In a world without global terrorism Joe, a private detective, is hired by a mysterious woman to find a man: the obscure author of pulp fiction novels featuring one Osama Bin Laden: Vigilante...
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- Osama by Lavie Tidhar (book review). | SFcrowsnest
'Osama' is a surreal alternate reality novel from the pen of Israeli-born speculative fiction writer Lavie Tidhar. Originally published in hardback by the specialist genre press PS Publishing in 2011, it was reprinted in a mass ...
- The SF Site Featured Review: Osama
Lavie Tidhar grew up on a kibbutz in Israel and has since lived in South Africa, the UK, Vanuatu and Laos. He is currently resident back in London. He won the World Fantasy Award in 2012 for Best Novel, for Osama, and the British Fantasy ...
- Osama now out in Germany! | Lavie Tidhar
Delighted to say that the German edition of Osama, published in very handsome hardback by Rogner & Bernhard, has just been published! It can be purchased here or in a Kindle edition!
- Tethyan Books: Review: Osama by Lavie Tidhar
?Lavie Tidhar was in Dar-es-Salaam during the American embassy bombings in 1998, and stayed in the same hotel as the Al Qaeda operatives in Nairobi. Since then he and his now-wife have narrowly avoided both the 2005 ...
- Book Review: Osama by Lavie Tidhar - The Weekly Take | Takes on ...
Book Review: Osama by Lavie Tidhar. In his new novel, Osama, Lavie Tidhar does something extraordinary: he takes the War on Terror and puts it in a pulp novel. That might sound dangerously insensitive to anyone who has ...
- British Fantasy Round Table | SCI-FI-LONDON Film Festival
A round table discussion with EJ Swift, Lavie Tidhar and Jon Wallace to celebrate the launch of the Best of British Fantasy 2013. ... contributed the 'The Complex' and whose acclaimed first novel, Osiris, first part of the trilogy, The Osiris Project, is published by Del Ray, with book two, Cataveiro is due out later this year, and finally Lavie Tidhar, whose novel 'Osama' won multiple awards last year and whose short story, 'The Last Osama' can be found in this anthology.
- Osama ? Lavie Tidhar | Solar Bridge
Osama - Lavie Tidhar (cover) I had been looking forward to this one for a while, but the pleasures of an insanely huge TBR pile have meant that I've only got around to reading it this month. Which, now that I have got around to ...
- io9.com Updates: Lavie Tidhar's Osama wins World Fantasy Award
By Charlie Jane Anders. The winners of the 2012 World Fantasy Awards were just announced here in Toronto, Canada ? and the Best Novel Award didn't go to George R.R. Martin or to Jo Walton, who'd already swept the ...
- Book Review: "Osama" by Lavie Tidhar - Escape Pod : Escape Pod
It's been about ten years since Al Qaeda operatives flew jets into three U.S. buildings (and were thwarted before they could hit a fourth). In that time we've all suffered the effects, which is to say: a couple of wars, a lot of political ...
- Osama by Lavie Tidhar, from PS Publishing - Jeff VanderMeer
I've been meaning to do a post about Lavie Tidhar's fascinating and hypnotic Osama, from PS Publishing, and all kinds of things have gotten in the way, from dental surgery to sickness to deadlines. But with the holidays fast ...
- Paper Knife: Osama ? Lavie Tidhar
With hindsight, I did not do justice to Lavie Tidhar's Osama the first time I reviewed it. I loved it ? it was one of my favourite novels of last year ? but I did not do it justice, rather as I suspect I am about to fail to do it justice all over ...
- Strange Horizons Reviews: Osama by Lavie Tidhar, reviewed by ...
Lavie Tidhar is an Israeli-born science fiction writer who has spent extensive periods of time in Europe, South Africa, Southeast Asia and elsewhere around the world. He is the author of several novels, most recently the ...
- A Reflective Review of Lavie Tidhar's 'Osama' - SF Signal
?For the first time, the books struck him as strangely unreal. He thought of all the attacks described. If you added all the wounded and the dead, he thought, they still wouldn't amount to how many people died in a single month ...
- Best British Fantasy 2013 | Lavie Tidhar
It is edited by Steve Haynes. Here's the table of contents: ?Introduction? by Steve Haynes ?Lips and Teeth? by Jon Wallace ?The Last Osama? by Lavie Tidhar ?Armageddon Fish Pie? by Joseph D'Lacey ?The Complex? by E.J. ...
- SF REVIEWS.NET: Osama / Lavie Tidhar
Osama by Lavie Tidhar · Bookmark and Share. There must be something to the experience of a devastating tragedy that seems utterly unreal, if not surreal. You hear it all the time from survivors of such events, that they felt as if the whole thing ...