Jeff VanderMeer

writer, editor and publisher

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American writer, editor and publisher

Jeff VanderMeer on KCRW

For his Guest DJ set, author Jeff VanderMeer shares his writing soundtrack, from the late night vibes of The Black Heart Procession to the mysteriousness of Spoon. Jeff just released Acceptance, the final novel in his 2014 Southern Reach Trilogy.

Jeff VanderMeer

For his Guest DJ set, author Jeff VanderMeer shares his writing soundtrack, from the late night vibes of The Black Heart Procession to the mysteriousness of Spoon. Jeff just released Acceptance, the final novel in his 2014 Southern Reach Trilogy.

from Guest DJ Project

VanderMeer's trilogy chronicles expeditions orchestrated by a government agency called the Southern Reach into a dangerous landscape where reality and unreality blur.

Jeff VanderMeer: Annihilation, Authority, Acceptance

VanderMeer's trilogy chronicles expeditions orchestrated by a government agency called the Southern Reach into a dangerous landscape where reality and unreality blur.

from Bookworm

Jeff VanderMeer: Annihilation, Authority, Acceptance

from Bookworm

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