Jeremy C. Shipp
Very off-the-wall pseudo-fantastical mind-trips that rub your nose in the worst aspects of our world today.
“…intriguing, challenging, literate, provocative…” – Piers Anthony
“I’m convinced Jeremy Shipp is a little bit crazy, in the best possible way.” – Jeff VanderMeer
“…sprawling psychological pseudo-fantastical surrealistic mind-trip…” – Kealan Patrick Burke
“No one writes like Shipp, and that’s a great thing.” – Susan Straight
Jeremy C. Shipp is an author whose written creations inhabit various magazines, anthologies, and drawers. Although his writings cover a broad spectrum of fantastic literature (including humor, horror, and children’s), Shipp is best known for his minimalist speculative fiction.
While preparing for the forthcoming collapse of civilization, Jeremy enjoys living in Southern California in a moderately haunted Victorian farmhouse. He’s currently working on many stories and novels and is losing his hair, though not because of the ghosts.
Shipp’s teleplay “Captain Smitty: Buried Treasure” won Uncabaret’s The Other Network TV Writing Contest in 2005. His short fiction has also received honorable mention in The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror 2001.
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