The Hitherto Secret Experiments of Marie Curie

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6.38 X 9.24 X 1.14 inches | 1.65 pounds
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Anupama Ravindran Menon, Izlyn, Chan Huey Yung, Sangeetha Siva Sangu, Alison Yap, Jowena Locke, Darshana, Myra Ng, Vinothini Ananda Krishnan, Samuel Po Kin Hong, Sharel, Renisha Leena, K WK, Noel Wong Yan Ming, Diyana Soraya, Chong Beng Wei, Andrew Teo, Ayesha Zahra, Sheu Quen, Ammara Ayyash.

Henry Herz received a bachelor of science degree in industrial engineering and operations research from Cornell University, master of science in operations research from George Washington University, and master of arts in political science from Georgetown University, none of which help him write children's books. His love for fantasy began when he read Where the Wild Things Are (repeatedly) as a child (and as an adult) and was sealed by The Lord of the Rings and Dungeons & Dragons. He enjoys painting Warhammer miniatures, moderating science fiction/fantasy literature panels at conventions, eating Boston cream pie, and writing children's books with his sons, Josh and Harrison. Their first book was featured in Young Entrepreneur, Wired GeekDad, CNN, and the Warner Brothers' website for the Hobbit movie. The Herz writing trio lives in San Diego, California.

Bryan Thomas Schmidt is an author and Hugo-nominated editor of adult and children's speculative fiction. His debut novel, The Worker Prince, received Honorable Mention on Barnes & Noble Book Club's Year's Best Science Fiction Releases. His short stories have appeared in magazines, anthologies, and online and include stories in The X-Files and Predator series. As an editor he has edited books by such luminaries as Alan Dean Foster, Tracy Hickman, Frank Herbert, Mike Resnick, Jean Rabe, and more. He was also the first editor on Andy Weir's bestseller The Martian.

Christine Taylor-Butler has authored more than eighty books for children, including her speculative series The Lost Tribes series (Move Books). A graduate of MIT, she is known for writing compelling nonfiction for young readers. In addition, she's written a number of articles including "When Failure Is Not An Option," an essay on the need for diversity in STEM literature (The Horn Book November/December 2021). A fierce advocate for literacy, Christine has spoken at ALA, NCTE, ILA was well as numerous World Science Fiction Conventions, World Fantasy, Boskone and the Nebula awards. She served as a judge for the Society of Midland Authors children's nonfiction award, the Walter Dean Myers children's literature award and PEN America's Phyllis Naylor Working Writer Fellowship. Christine is past president of the Missouri Writers Guild, Emeritus Board member of Kindling Words and Toastmaster for World Fantasy 2021. She is currently a member of the Kansas City Science Fiction and Fantasy Society and a Director At Large of Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA).

Sarah Beth Durst is the author of fantasy novels for children, teens, and adults. Winner of the Mythopoeic Award and an ALA Alex Award and thrice nominated for the Andre Norton Nebula Award for Middle Grade and Young Adult Fiction, she lives in New York. Visit her at or on Twitter: @sarahbethdurst.
Mylo Carbia is a Hollywood screenwriter turned #1 bestselling author, widely known for her work in the horror-thriller genre and trademark of surprise twist endings. Ranked 7th in the Top 10 Horror Writers Alive Today, and among the Top 250 Most Influential Authors by, her award-winning writing style has been described as A perfect mix between Stephen King, M. Night Shyamalan, and Quentin Tarantino, but infused with a signature female sharpness that is all her own. Born in Jackson, New Jersey, Carbia famously spent her childhood years writing to escape the terrors of growing up in a severely haunted house. By the age of 17, Carbia was already well established as a prolific young playwright. By the age of 30, her very first screenplay was optioned only 28 days after completion, earning Carbia a three-picture-deal, and the cover of Hollywood Scriptwriter in 2003. Soon after, Carbia moved to Manhattan and quietly penned numerous television and film projects under her production company Zohar Films-earning the nickname 'The Queen of Horror' and the reputation of being Hollywood's top horror film ghostwriter. In 2015, Carbia left ghostwriting to join the publishing world. Her debut novel, THE RAPING OF AVA DESANTIS, hit #1 bestseller in four categories, and won multiple awards including the prestigious 2016 Silver Falchion Award for Outstanding Achievement in Fiction. Her highly anticipated follow-up, VIOLETS ARE RED--a dark thriller about a Manhattan housewife who captures her husband's mistress and quietly keeps her prisoner in the basement-is anxiously awaited by her fans and scheduled for worldwide release Summer 2018.

Lissa Price lives in the foothills of southern California with her husband and the occasional deer.

Jonathan Maberry is a New York Times bestselling and five-time Bram Stoker Award-winning author, anthology editor, comic book writer, executive producer, and writing teacher. He is the creator of V Wars (Netflix) and Rot & Ruin (Alcon Entertainment). His books have been sold to more than two dozen countries. To learn more about Jonathan, visit him online at jonathanmaberry.

New York Times bestselling author STACIA DEUTSCH has written more than three hundred children's books, including The Jessie Files, a spin-off of the beloved Boxcar Children mystery series. Stacia lives in Temecula, California, where she is a member of the historical society. She loves hearing spooky stories! Find her at . Instagram @staciadeutsch_writes and www.facebook/staciadeutsch.

Scott Sigler is a popular podcaster and a #1 New York Times bestselling author. He lives in San Francisco with his wife and their dog.

Alethea Kontis is the New York Times bestselling co-author of Sherrilyn Kenyon's The Dark-Hunter Companion, and the author of two picture books.She was a student of science fiction greats Andre Norton and Orson Scott Card, and has worked in a number of book-related jobs. She lives in Virginia.

Jane Yolen is an award-winning author who has written more than 380 books for children, including the bestseller How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night? and the 1988 Caldecott Medal winner Owl Moon. She is known for her beautiful poetry, picture books, fairy tales, novels, and nonfiction, and has even been called "the Hans Christian Andersen of America" (Newsweek). She lives in Hatfield, Massachusetts. Visit her at
SEANAN McGUIRE is the author of the Hugo, Nebula, Alex and Locus Award-winning Wayward Children series, the October Daye series, the InCryptid series, and other works. She also writes darker fiction as Mira Grant. Seanan lives in Seattle with her cats, a vast collection of creepy dolls, horror movies, and sufficient books to qualify her as a fire hazard. She won the 2010 John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, and in 2013 became the first person to appear five times on the same Hugo ballot. In 2022 she managed the same feat, again!
Jo Whittemore is the author of numerous middle-grade humor and fantasy novels. She's a member of the SCBWI and is part of the Texas Sweethearts & Scoundrels. She writes from a secret lair in Austin, Texas, that she shares with her husband.
STEVE PANTAZIS is an award-winning author of fantasy and science fiction. He won the prestigious Writers of the Future award and has published short stories in leading anthologies and magazines, including Nature, Galaxy's Edge, and IGMS. He is the author of The Light of Darkness epic fantasy series and the sci-fi thrillers, Godnet and Blackout. When not writing (a rare occasion!), Steve creates extraordinary cuisine, exercises with vigor, and shares marvelous adventures with the love of his life. Originally from the Big Apple, he now calls Southern California home. You can learn more about him at
Emily McCosh is a graphic designer, writer of strange things, and daydreamer extraordinaire. She currently lives in California with her two parents, two dogs, one fish, one tree swing, and innumerable characters who need to learn some manners. Her fiction has appeared in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Shimmer Magazine, Galaxy's Edge, Flash Fiction Online, Nature: Futures, and elsewhere. Find her online on her writing and bookish YouTube channel, website where she sometimes blogs, and Instagram full of sappy poetry. YouTube: Emily McCosh Instagram: emily_mccosh Blog: Facebook & Twitter: @wordweaveremily


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