Jedediah Berry's first novel, The Manual of Detection (Penguin, 2009), won the IAFA Crawford Award and the ICWA Hammett Prize and was a finalist for a Locus Award, as well as for the New York Public Library Young Lions Fiction Award. The book has been published in a dozen languages and adapted for broadcast by BBC Radio.

His short fiction appears online at and Interfictions, in journals including Conjunctions and Fairy Tale Review, and in the anthologies Salon Fantastique (Datlow & Windling, eds.), Cape Cod Noir (Ulin, ed.), and Gigantic Worlds (Michel & Nieto, eds.). His stories have been reprinted in anthologies including the 2014 edition of The Year's Best Science Fiction & Fantasy (Horton, ed.). His story in cards, "The Family Arcana," is forthcoming as a poker deck from Ninepin Press. He lives in Western Massachusetts.