The Finite Canvas: A Tor.Com Original

The Finite Canvas: A Tor.Com Original

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by Brit Mandelo
     
 
We are marked by what we have been. And erasing either of those can have unpredictable consequences...

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We are marked by what we have been. And erasing either of those can have unpredictable consequences...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781466835627
Publisher:
Tom Doherty Associates
Publication date:
12/11/2012
Series:
A Tor.Com Original
Sold by:
Macmillan
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
32
File size:
544 KB

Meet the Author

Brit Mandelo is a writer, critic, and editor whose primary fields of interest are speculative fiction and queer literature, especially when the two coincide. She is the senior fiction editor for Strange Horizons, and she has published two nonfiction books, Beyond Binary: Genderqueer and Sexually Fluid Speculative Fiction and We Wuz Pushed: On Joanna Russ and Radical Truth-telling. She has had fiction, nonfiction, and poetry published in magazines such as Stone Telling, Clarkesworld, Apex, and Ideomancer. She also writes regularly for Tor.com. She lives in Louisville, Kentucky.
Brit Mandelo is a Louisville native and lives there with her partner in an apartment that doesn't have room for all the books. She is the author of The Finite Canvas, among other works. In the time left between her day job selling books and writing, she's a student at the University of Louisville.

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The Finite Canvas: A Tor.Com Original 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A short, gritty story worth the read, well-written and well-paced by a literate author, who gives us two extremely interesting characters in less than ideal situations, as well as a fascinating premise at the core of the story. In a short timespan and without too much exposition, we learn an enormous amount about the characters' world. The author shows it to us through events past and present, rather than loitering in too much description. I hope this isn't our last experience with Molly, both on Old Earth and on its stations.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it