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About Halli Dee Lilburn
Halli Lilburn is a librarian, artist, musician and writer. She lives in southern Alberta, Canada with her husband, three kids, two cats and a dog. Visit her blog at hallililburn.blogspot.com
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A collection of Canadian Crime Fiction from the best and brightest female crime writers that the Great White North has to offer. From noir to hardboiled, and thriller to cozy mystery, these Dames know how to tell tales to thrill, chill and KILL.
FEATURING NEW AND EXCITING TALES FROM:
Kelley Armstrong(#1 New York Timesbestselling author of Otherworld and the Nadia Staffordcrime trilogy)
Elle Wild(Arthur Ellis Award-winning author of Strange Things Done)
Hermine Robinson (Anthology of New Canadian Noir)
Pat Flewwelling (Author of theHelix series)
Melodie Campbell (Derringer and Arthur Ellis Award-winning author of The Goddaughterseries and Rowena Through the Wall)
S.G. Wong (Arthur Ellis and Whistler Independent Book Award nominated author of the Lola Stark novels )
Gail Bowen(Canada’s “Queen of Crime”, author of the best-selling Joanne Kilbournmysteries)
Darusha Wehm (Author of Beautiful Redand The Home for Wayward Parrots)
R.M. Greenaway (Arthur Ellis Award-winning author of Cold Girland Undertow)
Natalie Vacha (In Places Between; finalist in the CBC Radio Cowboy Poetry contest)
Susan MacGregor (Aurora Award nominated author of The Tattooed Witch trilogy)
Alice Bienia (Arthur Ellis Award nominated author of Knight Blind)
Meghan Victoria (Antigonish Review)
M.H. Callway (Dagger, Arthur Ellis and Bony Pete Award nominated author of Windigo Fire)
Sandra Ruttan(Author of Harvest of Ruins, What Burns Within and Suspicious)
Jayne Barnard (BPAA, Aurora and Dagger Award nominee and Arthur Ellis Award-winning author of Maddie Hatter and the Deadly Diamond andWhen the Flood Falls)
Edited by Sarah L. Johnson
With Halli Lilburne
And Cat MacDonald
At times profound, these speculative offerings give readers a chance to see faith from the believer and the skeptic in worlds where what you believe is a matter of life, death, and afterlife.
Featuring works by: Derwin Mak, Robert J. Sawyer, Tony Pi, S. L. Nickerson, Janet K. Nicolson, John Park, Mary-Jean Harris, David Clink, Mary Pletsch, Jennifer Rahn, Alyxandra Harvey, Halli Lilburn, John Bell, David Jón Fuller, Carla Richards, Matthew Hughes, J. M. Frey, Steve Stanton, Erling Friis-Baastad, James Bambury, Savithri Machiraju, Jen Laface and Andrew Czarnietzki, David Fraser, Suzanne M. McNabb, and Megan Fennell.
Alchemy and Artifacts (Tesseracts Twenty-Two) is a collection of twenty-three amazing stories based on historical artifacts combined with fantastic historical fiction.
The stories meld culture, concept and incident into a rich collection of 'what if' speculations that provide warnings yet revel in the cultural celebrations we continue to observe today. They are the touchstones that resonate with all who listen to and learn from the past.
For, once the instigators are dead, the wars ended, and the political machines decayed, only artifacts remain. And it's through these cultural artifacts that we glimpse the possibility of what may have occurred in the past and may yet occur in the future.
You are invited to delve into the motivations behind the events of the past, the quests for power, the fights against repression, and the sacrifices to a greater cause -- human dramas that reflect the worst and best of who we are -- to see what satisfaction comes from sudden insight and awe.
Featuring works by these Canadian writers:
Colleen Anderson, Lara Apps, Leslie Brown, Katherine Cameron, Chris Patrick Carolan, Geoff Gander & Fiona Plunkett, Bev Geddes, Mary-Jean Harris, Geoffrey Hart, Kate Heartfield, R. W. Hodgson, Kurt Kirchmeier, Jason Lane, Halli Lilburn, Cat McDonald, Tony Pi, Mike Rimar, Bianca Sayan, Holly Schofield, Michael Skeet, Erik Jon Spigel, Liz Westbrook-Trenholm, Michal Wojcik
The stories in Alchemy and Artifacts (Tesseracts Twenty-Two) nourish those who wander in today's wilderness, and who, without the benefit of the past, are destined to plunge blindly along a path of ignorance, destroying all that has been, everything that is true and beautiful and that which nourishes our global community.
stories, poems, and visual art retelling legends, myths, and fairy tales as science fiction.
With contributions from:
Monica Rose Song
Vonnie Winslow Crist
Kelly A. Harmon
Michael Harris Cohen
Virginia Frances Sterret
Eddie D. Moore
Richard King Perkins II
María Castro Domínguez
Patrick S. Baker
slimy tresses slithered over slanted eyes so cavernous
and exotic siren, a foreign mystery
maiden familiar, yet alien and dangerous.
Meet the Sea Lion Woman and other reinvented folk tales in poetic form.