Realms 2: The Second Year of Clarkesworld Magazine

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$29.95
Publisher
Prime Books
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Pages
256
Dimensions
5.6 X 8.6 X 1.1 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781890464097

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About the Author

Cat Rambo (they/them) is an American fantasy and science fiction writer whose work has appeared in, among others, Asimov's, Weird Tales, Chiaroscuro, Talebones, and Strange Horizons. A graduate of the Johns Hopkins Writing Seminars, where they studied with John Barth and Steve Dixon, they also attended the Clarion West Writers' Workshop. They are currently the managing editor of Fantasy Magazine. They published a collection of stories, Eyes Like Sky And Coal And Moonlight, and their collaboration with Jeff VanderMeer, The Surgeon's Tale and Other Stories, appeared in 2007. They live and write in Washington State, and "Cat Rambo" is their real name.
Robert Reed is an adjunct Professor of English at Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia. Mr. Reed has written earlier books about train wrecks, streamline industrial design, the New York City elevated railroad system, and nineteenth-century Washington, D.C.
Jay Lake was a prolific writer of science fiction and fantasy, as well as an award-winning editor, a popular raconteur and toastmaster, and an excellent teacher at the many writers' workshops he attended. His novels included Tor's publications Mainspring, Escapement, and Pinion, and the trilogy of novels in his Green cycle - Green, Endurance, and Kalimpura. Lake was nominated multiple times for the Hugo Award, the Nebula Award, and the World Fantasy Award. He won the John W. Campbell Award for best new writer in 2004, the year after his first professional stories were published. In 2008 Jay Lake was diagnosed with colon cancer, and in the years after he became known outside the sf genre as a powerful and brutally honest blogger about the progression of his disease. Jay Lake died on June 1, 2014.