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C.S. MacCath
C.S. MacCath is a writer of fiction, non-fiction and poetry whose work has appeared in STRANGE HORIZONS, CLOCKWORK PHOENIX: TALES OF BEAUTY AND STRANGENESS, MYTHIC DELIRIUM, MURKY DEPTHS and other publications. Her poetry has been nominated twice for the Rhysling Award, while her fiction has been... show more



C.S. MacCath is a writer of fiction, non-fiction and poetry whose work has appeared in STRANGE HORIZONS, CLOCKWORK PHOENIX: TALES OF BEAUTY AND STRANGENESS, MYTHIC DELIRIUM, MURKY DEPTHS and other publications. Her poetry has been nominated twice for the Rhysling Award, while her fiction has been nominated twice for the Pushcart Prize and shortlisted for the Washington Science Fiction Association Small Press Award. Ceallaigh's first collection of fiction and poetry entitled THE RUIN OF BELTANY RING has been called 'wonderful, thoroughly engaging, always amazing', a book of 'tiny marvels' and 'well-worth reading'. At present, she's working on a science fiction series entitled PETALS OF THE TWENTY THOUSAND BLOSSOM and a second collection of fiction and poetry.

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susanvoss18
susanvoss18 rated it 5 years ago
They lost a group of folks precious to them and now they dance and trance, attempting to communicate with them, hoping there is still someone left to communicate with. At the galactic core there is the grandmother of all black holes. Some folks drifted too close to the edge. Now the people left argu...
Rrain Reads
Rrain Reads rated it 7 years ago
I love the premise of this collection, and was surprised to discover I was drawn most to the darker and more morally complex stories within.
An Leughadair
An Leughadair rated it 9 years ago
What's it about? It's a selection of short stories from pagan authors as collected by a panel of judges for PanGaia magazine.What did I like about it? There was variety so if you didn't like the style of one author, at least you could look forward to the next, in addition to which no one piece was...
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