Rjurik Davidson's The Library of Forgotten Books will be published by PS Publishing in the summer of 2010.
Rjurik Davidson is probably an unknown writer to several readers, so here's some information about him:
Rjurik Davidson is a freelance writer and editor. Over the years he has worked as a kitchen-hand, salesperson, cook, telemarketer, musician, writer, tutor, activist and lecturer. He has travelled widely, driven the Nullarbor Plain (with the longest stretch of straight road in the world) too many times to remember, and lived in Perth, Los Angeles and Paris. He speaks crippled French with a perfect accent, which causes all sorts of mix-ups. He has bunked with Indonesian democracy activists, travelled overland through Java during rioting, watched David Lynch movies in Berlin, been harassed by the mafia in a Novgorod nightclub. He has written short stories, essays, reviews and screenplays, and has been short-listed for and won a number of awards. He is currently Associate Editor of Overland magazine, and lives in Melbourne.