Permeable Bordersby Nina Kiriki Hoffman
From Publisher's Weekly starred review: "Over the past 30 years, Hoffman has received more than 30 nominations for a wide variety of awards...This collection of 16 fantastical stories, drawn from the latter half of her career to date and including one story not previously collected, highlights the talent that makes her a perennial nominee...Hoffman's skills shine at short lengths, and this collection of perfect, gemlike stories would complement any library."
- Fairwood Press
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Meet the Author
Over the past thirty years, Nina Kiriki Hoffman has sold adult and YA novels and more than 250 short stories. Her works have been finalists for the World Fantasy, Mythopoeic, Sturgeon, Philip K. Dick, and Endeavour awards. Her novel The Thread that Binds the Bones won a Stoker award, and her short story “Trophy Wives” won a Nebula Award.
Her middle-school novel Thresholds was published by Viking in August, 2010, and its sequel, Meetings, came out in August of 2011.
Nina does production work for The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. She also works with teen writers. She lives in Eugene, Oregon, with several cats and many strange toys and imaginary friends.
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the latest collection of Nina's short fiction, most of this is related to the Spores Ferry group I always love just about anything from Nina and this was no exception I received my ARC. Screamed loud enough to alarm my neighbor. After I'd reassured him I wasn't being killed by an axe murderer, I started reading these stories. LOVED THEM!!!