Vera Nazarian

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Dreams of the Compass Rose by Vera Nazarian.

Vera Nazarian (born May 25, 1966 in Moscow, Russia) is an Armenian-Russian (by ethnicity) American writer of fantasy, science fiction and other "wonder fiction" including Mythpunk, an artist, and the publisher of Norilana Books. She is an active member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) and the author of two novels, Dreams of the Compass Rose, a "collage" novel structured as a series of related and interlinked stories similar in arabesque flavor to The One Thousand and One Nights, and Lords of Rainbow, a standalone epic fantasy about a world without color.

She lives in Los Angeles, California.

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  • Hell Week at Grant-Williams High (two-novella omnibus)

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  • "Home Improvement in Magic Land," pop culture essay appearing in the BenBella Books SmartPop Series anthology Totally Charmed: Demons, Whitelighters and the Power of Three based on the TV show Charmed, edited by Jennifer Crusie, November 2005.
  • "Publicity and Self-Promotion Nouveau: Doing It With Class," article on publicity and self-promotion for writers, appearing in Speculations Issue Forty-Six, edited by Susan Fry, April 2002.

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