Happy birthday to the acclaimed writer and editor Claude Lalumière
Photo by Alexandra Renwick
Born and raised in
Montreal, writer and editor Claude Lalumière previously owned and
managed the Montreal bookshops Nebula, danger!, and Nemo. In 1998, he
left the world of bookselling and began writing reviews and
criticism, most notably for January Magazine, The Montreal
Gazette, The National Post, The New York Review Of
Science Fiction, and Locus Online.
Beginning in 2002,
with Telling Stories: New English Stories From Quebec,
Lalumière has produced 16 acclaimed anthologies including Open
Space: New Canadian Fantastic Fiction,
Witpunk (with Marty Halpern), Island Dreams:
Montreal Writers of the Fantastic,
Lust For Life: Tales of Sex and Love,
SUPER STORIES OF HEROES & VILLAINS,
Masked Mosaic: Canadian Super Stories (with Camille Alexa), The
Exile Book of New Canadian Noir (with David
Nickle), and Superhero Universe (Tesseracts Nineteen with Mark
His many acclaimed short
stories have been collected in Objects Of Worship,
The Door To Lost Pages,
Nocturnes And Other Nocturnes,
Venera Dreams: A Weird Entertainment.
All of us at Tachyon wish the multifaceted, fantastic Claude, a super birthday. Don’t forget your cape!
For more information on SUPER STORIES OF HEROES & VILLAINS, visit the Tachyon page.
Cover by Elizabeth Story