Dragonkin: A Tor.Com Original

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Macmillan, Jul 17, 2013 - Fiction - 32 pages

"A neat idea, combining homage to Holdstock with urban fantasy."--Locus

There are kin and there are –kin. There are not many dragons, but there are many who think they are, or want to be, or claim to remember being.

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Born in Israel in 1976, Lavie Tidhar grew up on a kibbutz. He has also lived in South Africa, Vanuatu, Laos, and the United Kingdom. His short fiction began to appear in 2003. In 2012 he won the British Fantasy Award for his novella "Gorel & the Pot-bellied God", and the World Fantasy Award for his novel Osama.

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