Upcoming Projects and Authors
(so far!)

SONATA FORM

CAROLE CUMMINGS
Old Forge is known for its dragons—savage little things, more singe than snarl—and Milo Priddy is known for his way with them. Among other talents.
On a night when the portents are as thick as the fog, the heir apparent to Old Forge meets the future Pennaeth of Wellech, just as they're both sloughing the skin of youth.
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Carole lives with her husband and family in Pennsylvania, USA, where she spends her time trying to find time to write. Recipient of various amateur and professional writing awards, several of her short stories have been translated into Spanish, German, Chinese and Polish.

THE BOOKS of the WODE

J TULLOS HENNIG
With a truly original take on the Robin Hood legends, this historical fantasy series sets Robin the outlaw archer as a queer, chaotic-neutral druid; Marion as pagan queen who is sister but not wife, and their consort a Christian--and thusly conflicted--nobleman.
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Jeanine has always possessed inveterate fascination in the myths and histories of other worlds and times. Despite having maintained a few professions in this world—equestrian, dancer, teacher, artist—she has never successfully managed to not be a storyteller. Ever.

WILD HIGH PLACES

SUSAN R MATTHEWS
The debut historical fantasy novel of alter ego ZARABETH ABBEY.
A young temple dancer devoted to Sri Krsna finds himself in the embrace of a god more fierce than he could have ever imagined, in the wild places of the high Pamir. Think Kipling's "Kim," with kinks.
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Susan's upbringing as an "army brat" gave her the opportunity to travel internationally as a child; her life as a Second lieutentant in the U. S. Army gave her even more story fodder. She sold her debut novel, An Exchange of Hostages, more than 20 years ago and has been at it ever since.


GEEK ELDERS SPEAK:
In Our Own Voices

MAGGIE NOWAKOWSKA
Co-Editor & contributor to an anthology of interviews and essays celebrating the undeniable place of women in fannish history.
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A writer for media fanzines since 1977, Maggie currently supports efforts to record the long history of active women in fandom. She participates in podcast interviews and convention panels, as well as contributing to university library archives and documentaries.

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