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Fare Thee Well

Cathy Clamp

What should be a simple summer internship in the county morgue is transformed into the most unusual experience of Lia Thantos's life when she unthinkingly violates ancient protocols and summons Charon, the Ferryman. The dead have never frightened Lia--until now.

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Women of Wonder: Celebrating Women Creators of Fantastic Art

Cathy Fenner

Women of Wonder: Celebrating Women Creators of Fantastic Art features works from 66 women artists working in the science fiction, fantasy, and horror genres. Introduction by Lauren Panepinto.

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Artists Featured:

  • Kei Acedera
  • Mia Araujo
  • Alicia Austin
  • L.D. Austin
  • Anita Kunz
  • Anna Balbusso
  • Elena Balbusso
  • Wylie Beckert
  • Jasmine Becket-Griffith
  • Kelsey Beckett
  • Mary Blair
  • Laurie Lee Brom
  • Margaret Brundage
  • Marina Bychkova
  • Rovina Cai
  • Kristina Carroll
  • Echo Chernik
  • Hannah Christenson
  • Kinuko Y. Craft
  • Camilla d'Errico
  • Mélanie Delon
  • Zelda Devon
  • Diane Dillon
  • Julie Dillon
  • Lisa Falkenstern
  • Eleanor Fortescue-Brickdale
  • Anne Yvonne Gilbert
  • Elizabeth Shippen Green
  • Christina Hess
  • Kimberly Kincaid
  • Andrea Kowch
  • Jody A. Lee
  • Sacha Lees
  • Vanessa Lemen
  • Rebecca Leveille-Guay
  • Lindsey Look
  • Alexandra Manukyan
  • Carly Mazur
  • Tara McPherson
  • Ilene Meyer
  • Brandi Milne
  • Rowena Morrill
  • Sho Murase
  • Winona Nelson
  • Victo Ngai
  • Tran Nguyen
  • Terese Nielsen
  • Rose O'Neill
  • Karla Ortiz
  • Barbara Remington
  • Forest Rogers
  • Virginie Ropars
  • Ruth Sanderson
  • Marie Severin
  • Cynthia Sheppard
  • Yuko Shimizu
  • Jessie Wilcox Smith
  • Annie Stegg
  • Heather Theurer
  • Heather Watts
  • Shelly Wan
  • Claire Wendling
  • Terryl Whitlatch
  • Sulamith Wülfing
  • Rebecca Yanovskaya
  • Chie Yoshii
  • Lizbeth Zwerger

Dance Dance Revolution: Poems

Cathy Park Hong

Named one of the Los Angeles Times's Best Science Fiction Books in 2007, Dance Dance Revolution is a genre-bending tour de force told from the perspective of the Guide, a former dissident and tour guide of an imagined desert city.

The Wedding Album: Love is Just Science Fiction


David Marusek

Sturgeon Award winning and Nebula Award nominated novella.

Love is only science fiction.

With wedding photos and videos and mementos of all kinds, newlyweds attempt to hold on to their special day and to cherish it forever. Someday technology may enable us to record not only our appearance and voices but everything we know, feel, fear, and love at the moment the shutter clicks. Then our wedding mementos, like Anne and Ben's in this story, take on a life of their own in a world where love may be eternal, but the world is not. Till deletion do us part...

The story originally appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction, June 1999. It can also be found in the Gardner Dozois anthologies The Year's Best Science Fiction: Seventeenth Annual Collection (2000), Supermen (2002) and Best of the Best: 20 Years of the Year's Best Science Fiction (2005), as well as the anthologies Nebula Awards Showcase 2001, edited by Robert Silverberg and Rewired: The Post-Cyberpunk Anthology (2007), edited by James Patrick Kelly and John Kessel. It is included in the collection Getting to Know You (2007).


Tales of the Sazi: Luna Lake: Book 1

Cathy Clamp

Ten years have passed since the war that destroyed the Sazi Council and inflicted a horrible "cure" on thousands of Sazi, robbing them of their ability to shapeshift.

Luna Lake, isolated in Washington State, started as a refugee camp for Sazi orphans. Now it's a small town and those refugees are young adults, chafing at the limits set by their still-fearful guardians.

There's reason to fear: Sazi children are being kidnapped. Claire, a red wolf shifter, is sent to investigate. Held prisoner by the Snakes during childhood, Claire is distrusted by those who call Luna Lake home.

Before the war, Alek was part of a wolf pack in Chicago. In Luna Lake he was adopted by a parliament of Owls, defying Sazi tradition. The kidnappings are a painful reminder that his little sister disappeared a decade ago.

When Claire and Alek meet, sparks fly -- but the desperate race to find the missing children forces them to set aside their mutual attraction and focus on the future of their people.


Tales of the Sazi: Luna Lake: Book 2

Cathy Clamp

In Cathy Clamp's Illicit, when a border dispute between two bear clans destabilizes shapeshifter relations throughout Europe and threatens to reveal their existence to humans, the Sazi High Council orders both sides to the negotiation table. The peace talks take place in Luna Lake, the American community where all shifter species--wolf, cat, bird, bear, and more--live in harmony.

Diplomats, their families, and security personnel stream into town, among them Dalvin Adway, a Wolven agent. Dalvin is startled to find Rachel Washington in Luna Lake. The last time he saw her, they were children in Detroit. Then she was kidnapped and, he thought, murdered. But Rachel became an owl-shifter as a result of the attack and has avoided family and old friends ever since, knowing they would not understand her . She's stunned to see Dalvin and learn that he, too, is an owl-shifter.

Their wary friendship is on the brink of becoming something more when conspiracy and betrayal cause the peace talks to break down. The fight between the bear clans will be settled through a form of traditional challenge--a risky tactic that might lead to full-blown war. Rachel is determined to prevent that, even if it means taking up the challenge herself!