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Jay Lake
Jay Lake lives in Portland, Oregon, where he works on numerous writing and editing projects. His 2010 books are _Pinion_ from Tor Books, _The Baby Killers_ from PS Publishing, and _The Sky That Wraps_ from Subterranean Press. His short fiction appears regularly in literary and genre markets... show more

Jay Lake lives in Portland, Oregon, where he works on numerous writing and editing projects. His 2010 books are _Pinion_ from Tor Books, _The Baby Killers_ from PS Publishing, and _The Sky That Wraps_ from Subterranean Press. His short fiction appears regularly in literary and genre markets worldwide. Jay is a winner of the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, and a multiple nominee for the Hugo and World Fantasy Awards. Jay can be reached through his Web site at jlake.com.
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Birth date: June 06, 1964
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Wanda's Book Reviews rated it 2 years ago
What if the fae were still here, living among us? Perhaps living in secret, doing their best to pass for human? Or perhaps their existence is acknowledged, but they're still struggling to fit in. How have they survived? Are they outcasts clinging to the edges of society, or do their powers ensure su...
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Wanda's Book Reviews rated it 4 years ago
For the first time ever, award-winning editor Jonathan Strahan has assembled the best science fiction and the best fantasy stories of the year in one volume. More than just two books for the price of one, this book brings together over 200,000 words of the best genre fiction anywhere. Strahan's crit...
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Yvette - Bookworlder rated it 5 years ago
Short story collections are often uneven affairs, whether there is one author or, as in this case, nine. Clockwork Fairy Tales is a group of fairy and folk tale retellings that succeed to varying degrees in both the retelling and the attempt to create a Steampunk world. While opinions on which are t...
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The best books you never read rated it 5 years ago
Okay first off I am going to say we all know I love fantasy. I adore it and I adore short stories. It is what got me started as a writer. But! And there is a but. You see one of the things that drives me nuts is a story where the author is taking themselves too seriously. They are not writing a st...
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a TeMPLe of WoRDS rated it 5 years ago
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