HUGO AWARD-WINNING SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY MAGAZINE
Our sixth piece of audio fiction for August is “Nevermore” written by Ian R. MacLeod and read by Kate Baker.
First published in Dying For It: More Erotic Tales of Unearthly Love, edited by Gardner Dozois, 1997.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
British writer Ian R. MacLeod was one of the hottest new writers of the nineties, and his work continues to grow in power and deepen in maturity as we move through the first decades of the new century. Much of his work has been gathered in four collections, Voyages By Starlight, Breathmoss and Other Exhalations, Past Magic, and Journeys. His first novel, The Great Wheel, was published in 1997. In 1999, he won the World Fantasy Award with his novella "The Summer Isles," and followed it up in 2000 by winning another World Fantasy Award for his novelette "The Chop Girl." In 2003, he published his first fantasy novel, and his most critically acclaimed book, The Light Ages, followed by a sequel, The House of Storms in 2005, and then by Song of Time, which won both the Arthur C. Clarke Award and the John W. Campbell Award in 2008. A novel version of The Summer Isles also appeared in 2005. His most recent books are a new novel, Wake Up and Dream, and a big retrospective collection, Snodgrass and Other Illusions: The Best Short Stories of Ian R. MacLeod. MacLeod lives with his family in the West Midlands of England.
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