Finding Magic

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ISFiC Press, 2007 - Fiction - 308 pages
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Seventeen stories moves from vampiric fantasy to skateboarding versions of fairy tales, to worlds of magic and power we can only dream of.

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User Review  - Melanti - LibraryThing

This collection is in serious need of a good editor. Among other things, there's a sentence where she uses "until" where she obviously meant "unit", multiple instances of misspelling the name of the ... Read full review

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User Review  - JeremyPreacher - LibraryThing

This was the worst copyediting job I've ever seen, hands down. That aside, though, I love Tanya Huff and I adore her short stories as much as any of her longer stuff. Read full review

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The Fix | Finding Magic by Tanya Huff
Finding Magic cover It’s odd how you can get to know a stranger by simply perusing a block of squashed tree for a few hours. Ten days ago, I didn’t know ... reviews/ finding-magic/

isfic Press
Finding Magic includes the previously uncollected stories: ... In addition to Tanya Huff's fiction, Finding Magic includes an introduction by Julie Czerneda ... finding_magic.asp

Tanya Huff Reviews
For FINDING MAGIC. This collection...celebrates an author praised for smart, funny dialogue, memorable characters and an optimism that's never naive. ... reviews/ huff2.html

Chicagos longest running Science Fiction convention
This year's isfic Press book will be Finding Magic, a collection of stories by Tanya Huff. The introduction will be written by Julie Czerneda and a critical ... windycon

About the author (2007)

Tanya Huff is a native Canadian, born in Nova Scotia and raised in Ontario. While working for Bakka, a science fiction bookstore in Toronto, Huff wrote her first seven novels and nine short stories. Her books include the Blood Ties series, The Keeer's Chronicles series, the Quarters series, Gate of Darkness, Circle of Light, the Valor series, and The Fire's Stone, among others. She has also published four collections of short stories. Huff won the Aurora Award for her short story "Who is Joah?" and her novel No Quarter made the James Tiptree, Jr. Memorial Award long list. Her Blood Ties novels have been turned into a television series for Lifetime Television.

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