"Delightfully told . . . this tale of jealousy and love among gods and humans belongs in most fantasy collections." -- Library Journal
"In the humorous style of Tom Robbins, this novel tells an amusing yet wise story about love and power." -- Foreword Magazine
"The Queen of Gonzo." -- Gardner Dozois, editor of Asimov's Science Fiction
"This is wonderful novel; it may well become a cult classic." -- Elizabeth Hand, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
"This modern tale of an ancient marriage is hilarious and tear-jerking by turns." -- SciFi.com
"This very funny fantasy. . .is impressive in the way it turns serious and genuinely moving in its final pages." -- San Francisco Chronicle
About the Author
Leslie What received the 1999 Nebula Award for her story “The Cost of Business” and the Oregon Writer's Colony Award for nonfiction in 2002 for her essay “Why We Wash the Dead.” Her stories and essays have been published in Asimov's, Fantasy and Science Fiction, Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, Parabola, and Realms of Fantasy. She lives in Eugene, Oregon.