Leavings

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StarsEnd Creations, Sep 1, 1997 - Fiction - 230 pages
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From the hilarious post-PMS future in "Even the Queen" to love and quantum physics exposed in "At the Rialto" or the eerie experience of "Death on the Nile", author Connie Willis--winner of a record six Nebula and six Hugo Awards--weaves her magic in five of her best short stories.

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User Review  - myfanwy - LibraryThing

I have a particular taste for short stories and I have certainly enjoyed one or two of the "Best of Horror/Fantasy" collections so I was happy to give Cacek a try. Horror seems to work particularly ... Read full review

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Leavings is a collection of mostly morbid short fiction by author PD Cacek. From the slightly odd introduction I got the gist that these are earlier writings in her career and perhaps aren't her best ... Read full review

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About the author (1997)

P. D. Cacek, author of "Canyons, Night Prayers," and numerous short stories, was born in Hollywood, lived for many years in Colorado, and now lives in New Hope, Pennsylvania. Cacek won the Bram Stoker Award for short fiction for her story, ""Metalica,"" which was later included in her short fiction collection," Leavings," Cacek has served as an officer of the Horror Writers Association.

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