Diverse Energies

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$13.95  $12.97
Tu Books
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5.5 X 8.2 X 0.9 inches | 0.8 pounds

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About the Author

Editor Tobias S. Buckell is a Caribbean-born professional blogger and SF/F author who grew up in Grenada, the British Virgin Islands, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. He is a Clarion graduate, Writers of the Future winner, and Campbell Award for Best New SF Writer Finalist, and he has been nominated for a Nebula Award. His work on Halo has been selected as a Best Book for Young Adults (BBYA). Buckell lives in Ohio with his wife and two children.

Editor Joe Monti has worn several hats in publishing--from bookstore clerk to buyer, sales to editorial, to literary agent. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and son.

11 Speculative Fiction Authors contribute stories to Diverse Energies: Paolo Bacigalupi, K. Tempest Bradford, Rahul Kanakia, Rajan Khanna, Ursula K. Le Guin, Ken Liu, Malinda Lo, Ellen Oh, Cindy Pon, Greg Van Eekhout, and Daniel H. Wilson.


"[T]his book, which feels different than the usual fare--characters, settings, and authors come from all across the global spectrum--and, maybe more to the point, proves to be not that different at all." -- Booklist

"Not only do these stories feature racially diverse casts, set all over the world or in space, some have gay and lesbian protagonists, giving readers plenty with which to identify. Happy endings are infrequent, but readers will eagerly immerse themselves in each vividly constructed world." -- Publishers Weekly

"A compelling mixture of stories with a diverse cast of characters from a variety of family backgrounds, including African, Chinese, Indian, Native American, and mixed heritages. . . Fans will enjoy reading their favorite writers in short form, while readers looking to expand their science fiction horizons will find intriguing new worlds to explore." -- Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books

Best Children's Books of the Year - Bank Street College of Education