Lavie Tidhar

Lavie Tidhar

Currently based in Laos, in South-East Asia, Lavie is an Israeli who has lived in places as exotic as Vanuatu, South Africa and Britain. As well as a clutch of highly regarded short stories and novellas, his website World SF has attracted much attention for focussing specifically on the SF and fantasy produced in non-English speaking countries of the world.

 

Updated June 5, 2021




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Books by Lavie Tidhar
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Series by Lavie Tidhar

The Bookman Histories (3 books)
The Apex Book of World SF (4 books)
Anti-Matter of Britain Quartet (2 books)
A Man Lies Dreaming (2 books)

Speculative Fiction Books

(Anti-Matter of Britain Quartet #2 / 2)
2021 | fantasy, historical fantasy
2021 | science fiction, fantasy
(A Man Lies Dreaming #2 / 2)
2021 | science fiction, alternate history, short stories, thriller
2020 | science fiction
(Anti-Matter of Britain Quartet #1 / 2)
2020 | fantasy, historical fantasy
2018 | science fiction
2016 | science fiction
(A Man Lies Dreaming #1 / 2)
2014 | science fiction, alternate history, thriller
2014 | fantasy, short stories
2013 | science fiction
2013 | science fiction
(The Bookman Histories #3 / 3)
2012 | fantasy, alternate history, steampunk
2011 | alternate history, mainstream, thriller
(The Bookman Histories #2 / 3)
2011 | fantasy, alternate history, steampunk
2010 | science fiction
(The Bookman Histories #1 / 3)
2010 | fantasy, alternate history, steampunk
2009 | science fiction, fantasy
2007 | fantasy, short stories

Comics and Anthology

(The Apex Book of World SF #4 / 4)
2015 | science fiction, anthology
(The Apex Book of World SF #3 / 4)
2014 | science fiction, anthology
(The Apex Book of World SF #2 / 4)
2012 | science fiction, anthology
(The Apex Book of World SF #1 / 4)
2009 | science fiction, anthology