15 Oct

Mojo: Conjure Stories

Mojo: Conjure Stories
Collects 19 original stories of magic and gods and mortals, set in locales that range from a pre-Civil War plantation to modern Oakland, from Nineteenth-Century England to underground New York City...
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About the Book

Table of Contents

Andy Duncan, Daddy Mention and the Monday Skull
Kiini Ibura Salaam, Rosamojo
Barth Anderson, Lark till Dawn, Princess
Steven Barnes, Heartspace
Gregory Frost, The Prowl
Jenise Aminoff, Fate
Tananarive Due, Trial Day
Jarla Tangh, The Skinned
Tobias S. Buckell, Death’s Dreadlocks
Nnedima Okorafor, Asuquo, or The Winds of Harmattan
Barbara Hambly, The Horsemen and the Morning Star
Gerard Houarner, She’d Make a Dead Man Crawl
A. M. Dellamonica, Cooking Creole
Eliot Fintushel, White Man’s Trick
Nisi Shawl, The Tawny Bitch
Neil Gaiman, Bitter Grounds
devorah major, Shining through 24/7
Marcia Douglas, Notes from a Writer’s Book of Cures and Spells
Sheree Renee Thomas, How Sukie Cross de Big Wata

About the Author
Nalo Hopkinson

I'm a novelist, editor, short story writer. I also teach, and I freelance sometimes as an arts consultant. Most of my books have been published by Warner Books, now known as Grand Central Books. If you like knowing about awards and such, my work has received the Warner Aspect First Novel award, the Sunburst Award for Canadian literature of the fantastic, the World Fantasy Award, the Gaylactic Spectrum Award, and Honourable Mention in Cuba's Casa de las Americas Prize for literature.

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