KATHERINE ADDISONs short fiction has been selected by The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror and The Years Best Science Fiction. She lives near Madison, Wisconsin.
Genres: Historical Mystery, Fantasy
Katherine Addison recommends
The Wolf and the Woodsman (2021)
"Assured and compelling throughout, and the worldbuilding is richly imagined, densely textured, and endlessly delightful."
Saint Death's Daughter (2022)
(Saint Death, book 1)
C S E Cooney
"I loved Saint Death's Daughter to pieces. I loved the world-building and the characters and the way that every time I thought I knew what kind of book it was, it changed. There was an ebullience to this book, in its world-building (with footnotes!) and its prose and its characters, that I found both delightful and compelling. I enjoyed it tremendously and look forward to the next installment in the adventures of Miscellaneous Immiscible Stones."
The Ballad of Perilous Graves (2022)
"Alex Jennings writes with an energy and a profusion of imagination and vividness that carries you off. Brilliant!"
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