HUGO AWARD-WINNING SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY MAGAZINE
Our forth piece of audio fiction for June is "Mongoose" written by Sarah Monette and Elizabeth Bear and read by Kate Baker.
First published in Lovecraft Unbound, edited by Ellen Datlow.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sarah Monette was born and raised in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, one of the secret cities of the Manhattan Project. Having completed her Ph.D. in Renaissance English drama, she now lives and writes in a 99-year-old house in the Upper Midwest. Her "Doctrine of Labyrinths" series consists of the novels Melusine, The Virtu, and The Mirador. Her short fiction has been collected in The Bone Key. Upcoming is a new novel in the "Doctrine of Labyrinths" sequence, Corambis.
Elizabeth Bear was born in Connecticut, and now lives in Brookfield, Massachusetts. She won the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer in 2005, and in 2008 took home a Hugo Award for her short story "Tideline," which also won her the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award (shared with David Moles). In 2009, she won another Hugo Award for her novelette "Shoggoths in Bloom." Her short work has been collected in The Chains That You Refuse, New Amsterdam, and Shoggoths In Bloom. She is the author of three SF novels, Hammered, Scardown, and Worldwired, and of the Alternate History Fantasy "Promethean Age" series, which includes the novels Blood and Iron, Whiskey and Water, Ink and Steel, and Hell and Earth. Her other books include the novels Carnival, Undertow, Chill, Dust, All the Windwracked Stars, By the Mountain Bound, Range of Ghosts, a novel in collaboration with Sarah Monette, The Tempering of Men, and two chapbook novella, Bone and Jewel Creature and Ad Eternum. Coming up are a new novel, Shattered Pillars, and a new novella, The Book of Iron.
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