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Mojo:  Conjure Stories

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Mojo: Conjure Stories

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Author: Nalo Hopkinson
Publisher: Warner Aspect, 2003
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Book Type: Anthology
Genre: Fantasy
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Mojo -- a powerful, disturbing anthology edited by Nalo Hopkinson that explores the world of voodoo -- contains short stories by some of the biggest names in modern fantasy, including Neil Gaiman, Barbara Hambly, Steven Barnes, Andy Duncan, and Tananarive Due. Although the stories explore the myths and legends of personal magic, the subject matter ranges widely from African warriors in the holds of slave ships to abused children plotting revenge to drag queens to the undead living in affluent closed communities.

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