Paper Cities: An Anthology of Urban Fantasyby Hal Duncan
The city has always been a place of mystery, of magic, and wonder. In cities past, present, and future, in metropoli real and imagined, meet mutilated warrior-women, dead boys, mechanical dogs, escape artists and more. From the dizzying heights of rooftops and spires to the sinister secrets of
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Winner of the 2009 World Fantasy Award for Best Anthology
The city has always been a place of mystery, of magic, and wonder. In cities past, present, and future, in metropoli real and imagined, meet mutilated warrior-women, dead boys, mechanical dogs, escape artists and more. From the dizzying heights of rooftops and spires to the sinister secrets of underpasses and gutters, some of the most talented authors writing today will take you on a trip through the urban fantastic. Edited by Ekaterina Sedia, author of The Secret History of Moscow and the Alchemy of Stone.
Twenty-one original stories from Forrest Aguirre, Barth Anderson, Steve Berman, Darin Bradley, Stephanie Campisi, Hal Duncan, Mike Jasper, Vylar Kaftan, Jay Lake, Paul Meloy, Richard Parks, Ben Peek, Cat Rambo, Jenn Reese, David Schwartz, Cat Sparks, Anna Tambour, Mark Teppo, Catherynne M. Valente, Greg van Eekhout, and Kaaron Warren.
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Meet the Author
Ekaterina Sedia was born and raised in Moscow, where her parents and the rest of her family still reside. She moved to New Jersey, and shares a house with "the best spouse in the world" and two cats. She teaches botany and plant ecology at a state liberal arts college, garden, and writes books.
Ekaterina Sedia's novels, The Secret History of Moscow and The Alchemy of Stone are currently available from Prime Books. Her next one, The House of Discarded Dreams, will be released in 2010 -- also from Prime.
Her short stories have sold to Analog, Baen's Universe, Fantasy Magazine, Clarkesworld, and Dark Wisdom, as well as Japanese Dreams (Prime Books) and Magic in the Mirrorstone (Mirrorstone Books) anthologies.
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