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    y separately published work icon A Primer to Kaaron Warren Eric J. Guignard (editor), Los Angeles : Dark Moon Books , 2018 15286609 2018 selected work short story autobiography bibliography

    'Australian author Kaaron Warren is widely recognized as one of the leading writers today of speculative and dark short fiction. She's published four novels, multiple novellas, and well over one hundred heart-rending tales of horror, science fiction, and beautiful fantasy, and is the first author ever to simultaneously win all three of Australia's top speculative fiction writing awards (Ditmar, Shadows, and Aurealis awards for The Grief Hole).

    'Dark Moon Books and editor Eric J. Guignard bring you this introduction to her work, the second in a series of primers exploring modern masters of literary dark short fiction. Herein is a chance to discover--or learn more of--the distinct voice of Kaaron Warren, as beautifully illustrated by artist Michelle Prebich.

    'Included within these pages are:

    - Six short stories, one written exclusively for this book
    - Author interview
    - Complete bibliography
    - Academic commentary by Michael Arnzen, PhD (former humanities chair and professor of the year, Seton Hill University)
    - ... and more!

    Enter this doorway to the vast and fantastic: Get to know Kaaron Warren.' (Publication summary)

    Los Angeles : Dark Moon Books , 2018
    pg. 75-78
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