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"Ellingsen charts a new course that is at times Kafkaesque and always mesmerizing."



VanderMeer Winter Mixtape at Storybundle

Berit Ellingsen's new novel, Not Dark Yet, which Jeff VanderMeer listed as one of his favorite books of 2015, is included in the VanderMeer Winter Mixtape at Storybundle. This is a great opportunity that I would definitely recommend you take advantage of. Storybundle lets you get 5 ebooks hand-picked by Jeff and Ann VanderMeer for whatever price you want to pay. If you pay $15, then you get an additional 5 ebooks. Money ain't cheap, and pay what you want is a pretty darn good deal.

At Electric Literature on his end-of-year list, VanderMeer had some incredible praise for Not Dark Yet, saying:

"Ellingsen charts a new course that is at times Kafkaesque and always mesmerizing. An ambiguous and luminous and mysterious text that changes shape and meaning on rereading, as with all the the best fiction."



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