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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, , a "collage" novel structured as a series of related and interlinked stories similar in arabesque flavor to Dreams of the Compass Rose , and The One Thousand and One Nights , a standalone epic fantasy about a world without color. Lords of Rainbow
She lives in
Los Angeles, California.
("collage" novel), Dreams of the Compass Rose Wildside Press, May 2002. Nebula Award Preliminary Ballot 2002 nominee.
, Lords of Rainbow, or, The Book of Fulfillment Betancourt & Company, an imprint of Wildside Press, March 2003.
, Curiosities, an imprint of Mansfield Park and Mummies: Monster Mayhem, Matrimony, Ancient Curses, True Love, and Other Dire Delights Norilana Books, November 2009.
, Curiosities, an imprint of Northanger Abbey and Angels and Dragons Norilana Books, December 2010.
, Curiosities, an imprint of Pride and Platypus: Mr. Darcy's Dreadful Secret Norilana Books, June 2012.
, (Cobweb Bride Trilogy, Book One), Leda, an imprint of Cobweb Bride Norilana Books, July 2013.
, (Cobweb Bride Trilogy, Book Two), Leda, an imprint of Cobweb Empire Norilana Books, September 2013.
, (Cobweb Bride Trilogy, Book Three), Leda, an imprint of Cobweb Forest Norilana Books, December 2013.
Novellas [ edit ]
Collections [ edit ]
Miscellaneous in Book Form [ edit ]
Hell Week at Grant-Williams High (two-novella omnibus)
Short Stories [ edit ]
"The Story of Love,"
Best New Romantic Fantasy #2, edited by Paula Guran, Juno Books, June 2007. Nebula Award 2007 Finalist. "Three Names of the Hidden God,"
Heroes In Training, edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Jim C. Hines, DAW Books, September 2007 "The Ballad of Universal Jack,"
New Writings in the Fantastic, edited by John Grant, Pendragon Press, September 2007. "Port Custodial Blues,"
Helix #2, October 2006, edited by William Sanders and Lawrence Watt-Evans. "Mount Dragon," Khimaira #6, reprint translated into French, April/June 2006.
"I Want To Paint The Sky,"
Bli Panika, reprint translated into Hebrew, December 2005. Sun, In Its Copper Season,"
Fantasy Magazine, November, 2005, edited by Sean Wallace. "Mount Dragon," audio podcast (EP flash) of story reprint at
Escape Pod, October 31, 2005. "Old Farts," original e-story at
Amazon Shorts, October 25, 2005. "Revulsion and the Beast," Jabberwocky,
Prime Books, July 2005, edited by Sean Wallace. "Demonkiller,"
Sages and Swords: Razor-Edged Arcanum, Pitch-Black Books, Summer 2006, edited by Daniel E. Blackston. Chapter 13 of the infamous hoax novel
by "Travis Tea," Lulu.com, Embiid.com, January 2005. Atlanta Nights "The Slaying of Winter,"
Lords of Swords, Pitch-Black Books, December 2004, edited by Daniel E. Blackston. "Halloween at Grant-Williams High,"
Fictionwise.com, original novelette, July 2003. "The Young Woman in a House of Old,"
Strange Pleasures #2, Prime Books, June 2003, edited by John Grant and Dave Hutchinson. "Hell Week at Grant-Williams High,"
switch.blade: School's Out, original fiction Fictionwise e-anthology edited by Amy Sterling Casil, September 2002. "Faces at the End of Time,"
Beyond the Last Star, SFF Net, August 2002, edited by Sherwood Smith. "Swans,"
On Spec, "World Beat" Issue, Summer 2001, Volume 13, Number 2, #45. "A Thing of Love," reprint in
Outside the Box, Wildside Press, February 2001, edited by Lou Anders. "A Time to Crawl," Bookface.com, August 2000.
"I Want to Paint the Sky," Bookface.com, August 2000.
"The Ice," Colonies #3, Regent Publications, UK, August 2000.
"Absolute Receptiveness, the Princess, and the Pea," Bookface.com, July 2000.
"A Thing of Love," a reprint at Bookface.com, July 2000.
"Lady of the Castle," Bookface.com, July 2000.
"Aliens in Wonderland," Bookface.com, July 2000.
Sword and Sorceress #17, DAW Books, 2000. "Rossia Moya,"
The Age of Reason, SFF Net, August 1999. ( Nebula Awards Preliminary Ballot 2000) "Beauty and His Beast,"
Visionair SF, Issue #3, 1999. (reprint translated into Dutch). "City of No-Sleep,"
Sword and Sorceress #16, DAW Books, June 1999. "Mount Dragon,"
Talebones, Issue #14, January 1999. "Sailing the Eye of Sun,"
Maelstrom SF, Issue #2, October, 1998 "The Stone Face, the Giant, and the Paradox,"
Visionair SF, Summer 1998. (reprint translated into Dutch) "Shimmering Scythe,"
Sword and Sorceress #15, DAW Books 1998. "The Stone Face, the Giant, and the Paradox,"
Sword and Sorceress #12, DAW Books 1995. "Bonds of Light,"
Sword and Sorceress #10, DAW Books 1993. "A Dance for Darkover,"
Leroni of Darkover, DAW Books 1991 (co-written with Diana Perry). "Beauty and His Beast,"
Sword and Sorceress #8, DAW Books 1991. "The Balance,"
Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine, Issue 9, Summer 1990. "Danila's Song,"
Renunciates of Darkover, DAW Books 1991. "A Thing of Love,"
Sword and Sorceress #7, DAW Books 1990. "The Starry King,"
Sword and Sorceress #6, DAW Books 1990. "The Jackal,"
Four Moons of Darkover, cover story, DAW Books 1988. "Kihar,"
Red Sun of Darkover, DAW Books 1987. "Wound on the Moon,"
Sword and Sorceress #2, DAW Books 1985.
Non-Fiction Articles [ edit ]
"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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