MARY ROBINETTE KOWAL - LAWRENCE M. SCHOEN - DEBORA J. ROSS (WHEELER)
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Mary Robinette Kowal is the author of Shades of Milk and Honey, Glamour in Glass, and the 2011 Hugo-award winning short story, “For Want of a Nail.” In 2008 she received the Campbell Award for Best New Writer and has been nominated for the Hugo and Locus awards. Her stories appear in Asimov’s, Clarkesworld, and several Year’s Best anthologies. Mary, a professional puppeteer, also performs as a voice actor, recording fiction for authors such as Elizabeth Bear, Cory Doctorow and John Scalzi. She lives in Chicago with her husband Rob and a dozen manual typewriters. Visit www.maryrobinettekowal.com
… She didn’t want to think about what would happen if she couldn’t repair the damage… -For Want of a Nail -
Anthology Link – An Eclectic Ten From Twelve
Lawrence M. Schoen holds a Ph.D. in cognitive psychology, with a special focus in psycholinguistics. He spent ten years as a college professor, and has done extensive research in the areas of human memory and language. His background in the study of the behavior and the mind provide a principal metaphor for his fiction. In 2007 he was a finalist for the Campbell Award for Best New Writer, and in 2010 he was nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Short Story. He currently works as the director of research and chief compliance officer for a series of mental health and addiction treatment facilities. He’s also one of the world’s foremost authorities on the Klingon language, having championed the exploration of this constructed tongue and lectured on this unique topic throughout the world. He lives just outside of Philadelphia with his wife, Valerie, who is neither a psychologist nor a speaker of Klingon. – not yap wa’ Hol
… eight leased buffalo dogs were already chewing enormous tunnels into the Martian rock… -A Buffalito of Mars -
Anthology Link – ’bout dogs and DOGS
Deborah J. Ross writing as Deborah Wheeler, wrote JAYDIUM (1993) and NORTHLIGHT (1995), as well as stories published in ASIMOV’S, FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION, SISTERS OF THE NIGHT, STAR WARS: TALES FROM JABBA’S PALACE, REALMS OF FANTASY, and almost all of the SWORD & SORCERESS and Darkover anthologies. Her most recent projects — under her birth name, Ross — include Darkover novels with the late Marion Zimmer Bradley and an original fantasy series, THE SEVEN-PETALED SHIELD. Her 2008 editorial debut, LACE AND BLADE (Norilana Books) was received so enthusiastically that it became an annual anthology.
… he moved through the room with the deliberate grace of a tiger… -For King and Country -
Anthology Link - Adoration
Linked Note ….. A ‘Buffalito of Mars’ also appears in ‘Stories That Caught My Eye’