Mixed Up: Cocktail Recipes (and Flash Fiction) for the Discerning Drinker (and Reader)

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Skyhorse Publishing
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5.3 X 0.9 X 7.1 inches | 0.7 pounds
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About the Author

Nick Mamatas is the author of several novels, including The Last Weekend and I Am Providence. His short fiction has appeared in Best American Mystery Stories, Year's Best Science Fiction & Fantasy, and many other anthologies and magazines. Nick's previous anthologies include the Bram Stoker Award-winner Haunted Legends (co-edited with Ellen Datlow) and The Locus Award nominees The Future is Japanese and Hanzai Japan (both co-edited with Masumi Washington). Nick's editorial work has also been nominated for the Hugo and World Fantasy awards. He resides in Berkeley, California.

Molly Tanzer is the author of the novels Creatures of Will and Temper, Vermilion, and The Pleasure Merchant. Her acclaimed short fiction is collected in two volumes, the British Fantasy Award-nominated A Pretty Mouth and the cocktail-themed Rumbullion & Other Liminal Libations. She co-edited the anthology Swords v Cthulhu and currently serves as editrix of Congress, the bi-monthly magazine of thoughtful erotica.


"Seriously, why hasn't anyone thought of this before? Mixed Up pleases the palate and the soul with its sharp pairing of cocktail-inspired short fiction and delightfully rendered recipes and drink-origins. With the help of this book, you too can be the life of the party, for once. Get loaded with Mixed Up." --Paul Tremblay, Bram Stoker Award-nominated author of A Head Full of Ghosts and Disappearance at Devil's Rock

"Full of tales that really get why so many of us love cocktail culture: the camaraderie and tenuous connections that a truly well-made cocktail can engender . . . Go on. Give it a stir." --the Gourmez

"[Mixed Up] would be a good addition to your bar, and you can read some fiction during your mixology downtimes." --Fantasy Literature