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Julie E. Czerneda
A love of reading turned into a love of writing for Julie E. Czerneda. A former biologist, then writer and editor of non-fiction, in 1997 DAW Books published Julie's first sf novel, "A Thousand Words for Stranger" and she hasn't stopped since. Her work has received international acclaim, multiple... show more

A love of reading turned into a love of writing for Julie E. Czerneda. A former biologist, then writer and editor of non-fiction, in 1997 DAW Books published Julie's first sf novel, "A Thousand Words for Stranger" and she hasn't stopped since. Her work has received international acclaim, multiple awards,and best-selling status. You'll find her work in anthologies as well, as she enjoys working with other writers. Julie is a popular speaker, whether on writing, science, or the use of science fiction to promote scientific literacy. Her recent adventures included being Guest of Honour for the national conventions of New Zealand and Australia, as well as Master of Ceremonies for Anticipation, the Montreal Worldcon.Julie is currently writing the concluding trilogy to The Clan Chronicles, the SF series that began with her first novel. DAW Books has bought a further three titles in her fantasy series, Night's Edge.For more on Julie's work and upcoming events, please visit www.czerneda.comOh, and when not writing or at conventions? Julie and her photographer husband grab their canoe and disappear into the glorious wilderness surrounding their central Ontario home.
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Shaykitteh's World of Books
Shaykitteh's World of Books rated it 2 years ago
Dark Beyond the Stars is a collection of eleven stories that take us into space, to other times or other places, all with the common theme of expanding our minds to the possibilities surrounding ourselves. With all collections, it's difficult to review the collection without looking at the individ...
spocksbro
spocksbro rated it 2 years ago
Julie Czerneda is not an author whom I follow regularly. But she has been on my radar ever since reading A Thousand Words for Stranger several many years ago. I read Survival, the first book in the Species Imperative series, when it came out and enjoyed it well enough. By the time Migration, book tw...
Bob @ Beauty in Ruins
Bob @ Beauty in Ruins rated it 3 years ago
As much as I loved A Turn of Light, and as much as I was looking forward to A Play of Shadow, I didn't really see how Julie E. Czerneda could draw a second tale out of such a small, self-contained world. The village of Marrowdell was a fantastic setting, but its magical seclusion hardly allowed for ...
Bob @ Beauty in Ruins
Bob @ Beauty in Ruins rated it 3 years ago
Somehow, it seems I missed reviewing A Turn of Light when it first came out. I could have sworn that I did – I have a very clear memory or writing the review - but somehow it never got posted. With the release of A Play of Shadow on the horizon, I figured it was time to reread the first book, reacqu...
Aerin
Aerin rated it 4 years ago
A young woman finds herself on an alien planet with no memory of who she is or how she has gotten there. All she has is the overwhelming compulsion to find her ship and get the hell off the planet.Before long, she runs into Captain MorganNo, not THAT Captain Morgan, though my mind went there EVERY t...
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