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Nina Munteanu
Nina Munteanu is an ecologist and internationally published novelist of science fiction, eco-fiction and fantasy. Her award-nominated stories and articles have been translated and published in several countries. She also writes essays and movie/book reviews for magazines and ezines such as The... show more



Nina Munteanu is an ecologist and internationally published novelist of science fiction, eco-fiction and fantasy. Her award-nominated stories and articles have been translated and published in several countries. She also writes essays and movie/book reviews for magazines and ezines such as The New York Review of Science Fiction and Strange Horizons. She is currently editor of Europa SF, a zine dedicated to the European community for the literature of the fantastic. Nina frequently speaks at scientific conferences, gives workshops on writing throughout North America and Europe and coaches writers to publication. She currently teaches writing at the University of Toronto and George Brown College. Her guide for writers called "The Fiction Writer: Get Published, Write Now!" was adopted by several colleges and universities throughout North America and Europe and published by Editura Paralela 45 in Romania. The next in her writing guide series "The Journal Writer" was published in Romanian and English. For more information on her writing, visit www.NinaMunteanu.ca. To book her workshops, one-on-one consultations, or speaking appearances visit www.NinaMunteanu.me. Visit her award-winning blog, The Alien Next Door, for lively discussion on philosophy, pop culture, writing and science.

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susanvoss18
susanvoss18 rated it 10 months ago
I had the pleasure to listen to this book 5 or 6 years ago, and I really enjoyed it then. I’m very pleased to say that this book has stood up well over the years. Rhea Hawke is still the bad ass I want to be when I grow up. I love her dress sense (boots, weapons, sentient great coat), her sorta pet ...
susanvoss18
susanvoss18 rated it 10 months ago
There were plenty of questions from Book 1 and Book 2 plops us right down into the action. The first few hours, I was confused. I think there’s some jumping around the time line, or perhaps it’s jumping back and forth between the outer and inner diverses (since most people have a twin in the opposit...
susanvoss18
susanvoss18 rated it 10 months ago
I had a hard time getting into this third installment of this series. I fell in love with the characters in Book 1, continued to enjoy them in Book 2, but here in Book 3 they don’t get much done. The first 4-5 hours is spent on romantic entanglements, miscommunication, and hurt feelings. For me, tha...
DemonessTenebrae
DemonessTenebrae rated it 3 years ago
"Water connects what was once separate, urging it into a conscious being, melding into all an element of liquid heaven." - Rainer Maria Rilke Wow, just wow. I have no idea where to begin to describe all that I have read and learned from this 583 page book on water. This book will tell you ever...
susanvoss18
susanvoss18 rated it 7 years ago
Rhea Hawke is a Galactic Guardian, and I love to say her name. Her name alone let’s you know that there is a bad ass super hero of a woman on site. I can picture her boots, her great coat, and her side arms. I want to be her when I grow up. Obviously, you can tell I developed some hero worship for h...
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