Beth Bernobich

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Beth Bernobich is an American science fiction and fantasy writer. She was born in Lansdowne, Pennsylvania in 1959.[1] Her first novel, Passion Play[1] was published by Tor Books in October 2010, and won the Romantic Times 2010 Reviewer's Choice Award for Best Epic Fantasy.[2]

Partial Bibliography[edit]

River of Souls Series[edit]

  • "River of Souls", Tor.com, September 2010
  • Passion Play, October 2010, from Tor Books,[3] winner for Best Epic Fantasy (2010 RT Reviewers' Choice Awards),[4] long-listed for the 2010 Tiptree Awards[5]
  • Queen's Hunt, Tor Books, July 2012[6] Locus 2012 Recommended Reading List [7]
  • Allegiance, Tor Books, October 2013[8][9]
  • Thief of War (novella), Tor.com, September 2013

Lóng City Series[edit]

  • "Pig, Crane, Fox: Three Hearts Unfolding", Magic in the Mirrorstone, from Mirrorstone Books, in 2008 [2], re-released in e-book format, September 2011 [3]
  • Fox and Phoenix[4], from Viking in October 2011,[10] and in audiobook from Random House in October 2011;[11] nominated for the YASLA Best Fiction for Young Adults [12]

Éireann Series[edit]

  • "A Flight of Numbers Fantastique Strange" Asimov's Magazine, June 2006 [5],
  • "The Golden Octopus", Postscripts, Summer 2008 [6]; reprinted in The Year's Best Science Fiction & Fantasy 2009, Rich Horton (ed.), January 2010 [7]; reprinted in XB-1, Czech translation, June 2011 [8]
  • Ars Memoriae, PS Publishing, December 2009 [9]
  • The Time Roads, Tor Books, forthcoming October 2014

Short Story Collection[edit]

  • A Handful of Pearls & Other Stories[10], Lethe Press (June 2010), second edition published by the author (May 2011); finalist for Best Indie Fantasy/Paranormal (2011 RT Reviewers' Choice Awards) [11].

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Beth Bernobich". Tor.com. Retrieved 14 July 2011. 
  2. ^ "Romantic Times Award Nominees & Winners". Retrieved 14 July 2011. 
  3. ^ "R-MC Alumna to Give Reading". NBC12.com. Retrieved 14 July 2011. 
  4. ^ "Romantic Times Award Nominees & Winners". Retrieved 14 July 2011. 
  5. ^ "The James Tiptree Jr Award, 2010". 
  6. ^ "R-MC Alumna to Give Reading". NBC12.com. Retrieved 14 July 2011. ,
  7. ^ "Locus 2012 Recommended Reading List". 
  8. ^ "Author Interview with Beth Bernobich". Romantic Times. Retrieved 21 July 2011. 
  9. ^ "Beth Bernobich - Allegiance cover art and synopsis reveal". Upcoming4.me. Retrieved 11 March 2013. 
  10. ^ "R-MC Alumna to Give Reading". NBC12.com. Retrieved 14 July 2011. 
  11. ^ "Fox and Phoenix by Beth Bernobich". 
  12. ^ "YALSA 2012 Best Fiction for Young Adults Nominations". 

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