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Jeremy C. Shipp is the Bram Stoker nominated author of Cursed, Vacation, and Sheep and Wolves. His shorter tales have appeared or are forthcoming in over 50 publications, the likes of Cemetery Dance, ChiZine, Apex Magazine, Pseudopod, and Rosebud. While preparing for the forthcoming collapse of civilization, Jeremy enjoys living in Southern California in a moderately haunted Victorian farmhouse with a legion of yard gnomes.

"Shipp's clear, insistent voice pulls you down into the rabbit hole and doesn't let go."
--Jack Ketchum

"[Vacation] is an intriguing, challenging, literate, provocative novel I'm not sure I understand and suspect I'm not meant to… I recommend it to those who find reality boring; it may make them see it in new ways."
—Piers A...more


I'd love for you to check out my newest interview:

The Horror and The Hope.

I'd love any feedback you'd care to share.

-Jeremy :)
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“This is the Torture Room. But don't let the name fool you. This is a tent, not a room.”
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Jeremy C. Shipp, Always Remember to Tip Your Ninja: And Other Maxims for the Clinically Absurd

“You want to know how to stop this killer? Forgive yourself, and he’ll
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“Thanks. I’ll be sure to do that.”
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2. Gordon’s only trying to help.
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2. Step outside.
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I don’t want to, really. I want to go back inside and believe Gordon’s words,
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I realize now that it’s easy to tell the difference between a real problem and
an imaginary one.
It’s just the terror of facing the truth that’s hard.”
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message 1: by Aberjhani (last edited Nov 20, 2007 09:33AM)

Aberjhani Ok Jeremy, it looks like the invitation glitch straightened itself out since I now see my profile image, the cover of Christmas When Music Almost Killed the World on this page:)

Once again, I greatly enjoyed the synopsis of and reviews on your novel VACATION. It sounds like a hugely entertaining read and I'll be glad when I have a chance to sit down and enjoy it page by page.

Aberjhani


message 2: by Karen

Karen Thanks, Jeremy! Nice to meet another fellow author here on GoodReads.

Best,

Karen


Farzaneh Doosti Very kind of you Jeremy! and i am so happy to see creators like you here.

would love to see your book, and i hope language border would not prevent us from jolly exchange of ideas

Thnks


message 4: by Ika

Ika hey jeremy, so nice to meet fellow authors here. i love your choices of words! anyway, responding to your question, i can't really pinpoint what my favorite book of all time is, but all the books on my reading list are the ones that i really really like. what about you?


Primadonna Dear Jeremy, thanks for your kind words. May ideas never cease to flow, may you continue to write effortlessly!


message 6: by Drew

Drew Kunz i/m not sure i could hone it down to ONE particular book... will have to give it some thought... but there is a list i maintain (one that is always in flux) of the ten books i feel to be the most important...


message 7: by Maze

Maze Martinez My favorite book of all time (this week) is probably Journey To Ixtlan by Carlos Castaneda. It is hilarious. But I am a fickle bastard and that could easily change before I lay down to sleep tonight!

Honestly, I react to books differently at different stages of my life and so my appreciation for them ebbs and flows according to my present state of mind.




message 8: by Dave

Dave Clapper Thanks for the shout-out to Grover. I see it's made it to your bookshelf with the very correct rating of 5 stars as well. I think it's tragic that an entire generation is being brought up to believe that Elmo is the cute one.

As for my favorite novel... man, it's hard to pick one. There are two that I re-read fairly often, "The River Why" by David James Duncan and "Cat's Cradle" by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Hard to find much in common with the two, except that they're both damned funny and both deal with spirituality in their own odd ways. Another great book that isn't as funny, but takes spirituality from yet another direction is Marilyn Robinson's "Gilead."


Aberjhani Hello Jeremy--
Thanks for sharing that extraordinary review of VACATION. They seriously do not come any better than that except when attached to some major award with some major cash prize:-) So big-time kudos to you on that score.

I can't claim an all-time favorite book. There are major works of fiction, obscure works of philosophy, single poems, and biographies that each have blessed my life with a gift of insight and resolution at extremely challenging and crucial moments. I can state very literally that any number of books have saved my life a number of times and I'm grateful to each as I am to the authors who penned them.

Peace,
Aberjhani


message 10: by Aaron

Aaron Jeremy-

I'll definitely try and give your book a peek when this summer comes around - the review sounds great.

You definitely show make the time to read The Stand. I've read it twice and have a real hankering to give it another round sometime in the near future.

Aaron


message 11: by J.R.

J.R. Hello Jeremy,
I'd have a problem listing just one favorite writer. A few I keep going back to and re-reading include Thoreau's Walden, Melville's Moby Dick and Brontes' Wuthering Heights.
My reading is all over the charts, from mysteries to bios, fiction to non-fiction--anything that strikes my interest.
I did read and was impressed by the review of Vacation. Though I'm not much into fantasy, your book sounds like something I might put on my to-read list at some point (not right now--it's already too full)


message 12: by Kevin

Kevin My favorite book of all time is probably Stories in the Worst Way by Gary Lutz. My favorite novel might just be Homeland by Sam Lipsyte or A Complicated Kindness by Miriam Toews. I know they're recent publications, but I like new stuff.


message 13: by Rusty

Rusty My favorite book at any given time changes. Here are the ones on my mind today: Big Bad Love by Larry Brown, Legends of the Fall by Jim Harrison, In the Country of Desire by Leslie Garrett.


message 14: by Allison

Allison Can't say that I have just one favorite book. Ones that I truly love are To Kill a Mockingbird, The Great Gatsby, Plainsong, and Ordinary People


message 15: by Drew

Drew Kunz It Then : Danielle Collobert


message 16: by Jason

Jason As a fellow UCR graduate I think I'm obliged to check out your book (eventually)!

Well I would say then that "Being Peace" by Thich Nhat Hahn is my favorite book. Not fiction, or even a story, I know, but it really deals with of the most fundamnetal questions of life and how to live and isn't that the point of so much literature?


message 17: by Crystal

Crystal Hey Jeremy,

I'm in love with all her work, but my favorite Francesca Lia Block for now is "Necklace of Kisses."

Her most recent is "Psyche In A Dress," I think, and that was gorgeous too.

How about you?


message 18: by Rebecca

Rebecca That's easy. Mark Helprin's Winters Tale. :-)


message 19: by Adriane

Adriane This is a very hard question! My favorites vary by genre but I would have to say, awwwwwww I can't pick just one! For starters I'll list "Blood on the Leaves" by Jeff Stetson and anything by every other fabulous writer I've spent hours enjoying.


message 20: by Katie

Katie Thank you for your friendship as well, Jeremy. To answer your question, my favorite novel is The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver. If you don't mind me asking, what is yours?

I have yet to read any of your work but hope to in the near future. Have a wonderful upcoming weekend!


message 21: by Aaron

Aaron Jeremy—

Thanks for your good message. I love all of Murakami, but I am particularly drawn to Jay Rubin's translations. There is a translation of a Murakami story in Rubin's book "Haruki Murakami and The Music of Words" about the Girl From Ipanema that is my favorite. I also love the story "On Seeing the 100% Perfect Girl." Novels... Wind-up Bird... Norwegian Wood.


message 22: by Jamia

Jamia hi jeremy!!! so hard! so hard! i love so many books and have different relationships with them...

i think of all time...
i keep coming back to a children's book--
"are you there God its me margaret" by judy blume.

i absolutely LOVED it. and still do.
judy blume showed me a world my friends and i could relate to even if it wasn't exactly like my own. her messages were so frank and so universal.

i also have to say William Faulkner's Absolom, Absolom was the first book I think I reallllllllllllly understood with an academic sense of theoretical understanding and savoir faire. and that empowered me so much...

and i think led me to be interested in many of the topics I am interested in today.

see i'm already wavering. so many books make me happy.
")

i also adore Danzy Senna's Caucasia.


message 23: by Jamia

Jamia oh yeah. and i absolutely LOVED "Carrie" i used to love scaring myself to sleep. your moderately haunted farmhouse reference made me think of that.


message 24: by Andrew

Andrew Hmmm, novels that I love- I remember crying after I read Flaubert's first novel "November" about a young aristocrat who falls in love with a hooker. But I was 18 when I read that. I really liked Geek Love by Katherine Dunn. I'm working on a novel right now, too, so I guess I love that one as well. I really like True Crime, like The Cuckcoo's Egg by Cliff Stole. I will see if the library where I work carries your novel, if not, I'll put in a buy request. My new book of poetry just came out, too.

Cheers!

-Andrew


message 25: by J.

J. My favorite novel of all time? That's a hard one. I can think of several, but if I had to chose just one, I'd have to say Hyperion by Dan Simmons...literary science fiction at its best. It's sort of a Canterbury Tales in the 30th Century.




message 26: by Tasha

Tasha It's hard for me to choose just one book. :) But I can narrow it down to two: The Tao Of Pooh and She's Come Undone.


message 27: by Evi

Evi  Mahasti Hey Jeremy !

Thanks for the message !. What a difficut answer of your question..;o) what's my favorite novels ? well, personally I dont have any yet so far but I love reading novels of Michael Crichton. And now am curious about your novel:-) I will definitely let you know once I read it.

In the meanwhile, have yourself a wonderful day.

Happttimes & Cheers,
Evi (woodenmask)


Stephanie Tuell wow. that's a difficult question. i can't really think of one. the closest to my all time favorite would have to be "To Kill a Mocking Bird." other than that, i don't really have one favorite book.


message 29: by Cheryl

Cheryl Picking a favorite book is always difficult when you're an avid reader, but the one that I read that has stayed with me and that I have read many times is The Mists of Avalon. I enjoyed the whole fantasy realm--the eerie setting of the lake, the lovely and mystical descriptions, the heroic characters and exciting plot.

Pure escapism! I recommend The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley. 5 stars!

~Cheryl Kaye Tardif, bestselling author


message 30: by Alex

Alex thx for the msg...
hmmm.. my fav book(s) for all time... its hard to decide... but maybe for genre is FICTION-THRILLER... ones with psychopath and killing ^O^v

but my (used to) fav author is ANNE RICE with her VITTORIO & PANDORA.. i like IN THE MISO SOUP (Murakami Ryu) and PERFUME (Patrick Suskind) too...

hope that answer u...
nice knowing ppl with the same hobby of writing :)


message 31: by Sheri

Sheri Joseph Hi, Jeremy--It's hard to pick an absolute favorite of all time (and for all time), but I'm a big fan of MOBY DICK.


message 32: by Wendy

Wendy Hi Jeremy :^)

I'm going to cheat here and name a trilogy. My favorite books of all time are the Greensky Trilogy by Zilpha Keatley Snyder. They made such a huge impression on me growing up. I recommend them to anyone I know who doesn't know about them. They were the first books I read that taught me to question everything I've been told.

My favorite genre is science fiction and fantasy. But I read all other sorts of novels.

And I have to say that frolicking phantom footstools sounds pretty fun! I wish you a wonderful day filled with the same :^D

Wendy



message 33: by Abdyka (last edited Dec 09, 2007 10:14AM)

Abdyka Wirmon Hii Jeremy :)

how are u?? have a Fabulous Weekends?? i hope so..

u asking me about my favorite novel, and i think i love every novel read, but my favorite is still Jostein Gaarder Books. he is Genius. and what about yours jeremy? what yours Favorite??


message 34: by Ann

Ann  Hi Jeremy,

What a challenging question to answer. I love many books...but I guess I'd have to say Wallace Stegner's ANGLE OF REPOSE.

And how about yourself? What's your favorite novel?

Have a beautiful day!

Ann


message 35: by Hannah

Hannah For a long time it's been BRIEF INTERVIEWS WITH HIDEOUS MEN by David Foster Wallace (if that counts as a novel, as I suppose it's more like short stories.) I think I'm on the outs with it, though. Since I feel it slipping and since it's likely not even a novel, my current favorite novel might be PNIN by Nabokov.

Which novel do you despise most in this whole wide world?


message 36: by Noria

Noria Depends on my mood. But the book I keep returning to, more than any other: "Lolita, light of my life, fire of my loins. My sin, my soul. Lo-lee-ta: the tip of the tongue taking a trip of three steps down the palate to tap, at three, on the teeth. Lo. Lee. Ta."

I like short stories too. Kelly Link's Magic for Beginners is real magic.




message 37: by nila

nila If I have to pick among my favorite novels, I guess "The Count of Monte Cristo" by Alexandre Dumas is my favorite Novel of all time.

But you know what, Good story is not always written as a novel. An Indian Epic "Mahabaratha" that I read in a form of comic when I was a child is also my favorite.




message 38: by Kaza

Kaza My favorite novel - the favorites change as fast as I read them. But a special one that always stands out is Jitterbug Perfume by Tom Robbins. (And reading some of your kooky stories up on your page, you're a wee bit like him!)
Now you have to read both my books in the Erec Rex series and tell me how much you love them.
Kaza


message 39: by Bill

Bill Jeremy,

I guess my _two_ favorites would have to be _Mumbo Jumbo_ and _Invisible Man_. Those were really the two novels that made me think I might one day be able to be an author--if that makes any sense at all.


message 40: by Drea

Drea Hi there Jeremy

I see this isn't a unique question. ;) Favorite novel of all time . . . Is it odd to say that I can't remember anymore? I have had many reading spells in many genres. In my young youth, horror and romance, then mystery, then the classics, then aliens, new age, astrology, art books, and now chinese nutrition, yoga, dharma, ayurveda. I have a tendency to eat books. If I like the topic I just need more and more information. I hope that is not insulting to you as an author .. . I just cannot pinpoint a writer. Books to me create inspiration...like Rumi for the soul . . the words just drift me off into another world. Shamanic traveling is also a new interest ;)

I liked your interview. I'll make sure to read more.
intelligently funny
-drea


message 41: by Renée

Renée Heya! Are you collecting a list of people's favourite books or something ;)?

It's difficult to pick one, but I'd probably say Goethe's "The Sorrows of Young Werther".


message 42: by Pendar

Pendar Hi Jeremy :)

I’d be really happy for sharing. And thanks a lot for your nice wishes.
At first I should say that unfortunately I haven’t read many books up to now and I started reading seriously recently. And I have a big to-read list that many of them could be my favorite novels in future.

But in those few books that I’ve read, I love Christopher Frank’s “Mortelle”.
As I said first I should read more books ;)

Best Wishes @};-



message 43: by Otis

Otis Chandler Thanks Jeremy. My favorite novel of all time is a tough one - but I'd say its between Dune and The Lord of the Rings.


message 44: by Ilya

Ilya hey Jeremy,

I'm here to contribute to your big study :) it's hard to pick a favorite novel, because books are so different and personal.. but i would say that "One Hundred Years of Solitude" by Gabriel Garcia Marquez was my first really heavy reading experience and the book that really open the door to the world of literature for me! hope this answer is satisfactory..take care Jeremy

Ilya


Sandra D My favorite novel? Why, yours, of course!

No, I'm kidding. I haven't got hold of a copy yet, so I haven't read it. But I will!

Anyway, my first love is non-fiction, but I have read a few (thousand) novels over the years. Hmm, how to pick a favorite?

Well, I'm not much of a re-reader, because there are too many books I want to read and not enough time to get to them all. Plus I get bored reading a book all over again when I already know what story it's going to tell me.

The only exceptions I can think of are the first three books of the Hitchhiker series by Douglas Adams. I love their droll humor, and they've stood the test of time because I still enjoy reading them every bit as much as I did 25 years ago.


message 46: by Kaza

Kaza Sounds great! Keep in touch, okay?


message 47: by Hannah

Hannah Hey Jeremy how are you?


message 48: by Sara

Sara Hey Jeremy, I really don't have much a favorite book yet, but if i hav to say, i would say Twilight. It is an awesome book! Mainly bacause its a love story and its fantasy! Both my favorite genres. How about you? What's yours? Talk to you soon! Happy Life! ;D


message 49: by Russell

Russell Good question, Jeremy, about my favorite novel...I think I'd have to answer that in two parts...my favorite novel was probably Angle of Repose by Wallace Stegner. But the novel that blew me away more than any other was The Sound and the Fury. I just read it again a couple of years ago, and after writing several novels myself, this one took my breath away for the risks Faulkner took. He breaks every rule. And he makes it work. What about you?


message 50: by Ilya

Ilya sounds great! let me know what you think of it after you're done..have been meaning to re-read it myself since it's been so long but there is just so much to read and so little time :)

hope your own book is going great..it seems quite interesting!

ilya


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