Lavie Tidhar’s HebrewPunk Kindle Edition Released
My collection of four linked stories, HebrewPunk, first published in paperback in 2007, is now available in a Kindle edition (and also in PDF from DriveThruStuff). A re-imagining of pulp fantasy in Jewish terms, HebrewPunk follows three characters – the Rabbi, the Tzaddik and the Rat – through, variously, 1920s London, War World II in 1943 Transylvania, and the Jewish expedition to British East Africa in 1905.
- Introduction by Laura Anne Gilman
- The Heist
- Transylvanian Mission
- The Dope Fiend (first published in Sci Fiction)
- Uganda (read it for free on Rudy Rucker’s Flurb)
“Lavie Tidhar has a unique and fascinating voice, as well as a good sense of history- both History Surreal and History Literary, as well as the more mundane kind. Imagine Hard-Boiled Kabbalah, a Godfather Rabbi whose gang includes vampires, werewolves and (naturally) golems. If you like your otherworld fun noir, have I got a book for you!” -Kage Baker