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Julie E Czerneda

(Julie Elizabeth Czerneda)
Canada (b.1955)

Julie Czerneda is a Canadian science fiction writer whose first novel, A Thousand Words for Stranger, was published in 1997 by DAW Books, starting her Trade Pact Trilogy. Her second novel, Aurora Award Finalist Beholder's Eye, was published by DAW in 1998, becoming the first in her Web Shifters series. Formerly a researcher in animal communication, Julie has also written non-fiction, from biology texts to the use of science fiction to develop literacy. She currently lives at the edge of a forest with her family, enjoying rocketry and canoeing.

Genres: Science Fiction, Fantasy
   Giftmas 2018 Advent Anthology (2018) (with Laura VanArendonk Baugh, E C Bell, Tiffany Michelle Brown, Stephanie A Cain, Beth Cato, Kevin Cockle, Amanda C Davis, Lizz Donnelly, Pamela Fernandes, Chadwick Ginther, Kurt Kirchmeier, Premee Mohamed, Premee Mohamend, Rhonda Parrish, Randi Perrin, Cat Rambo, JB Riley, Jennifer Lee Rossman, Alexandra Seidel, Michael B Tager, Steve Toase, J S Watts, Cassandra Weir, Amanda Wells and S G Wong)
Series contributed to
Tesseracts (with Susan MacGregor)
   15. Tesseracts 15 (2011)
Anthology series
Anthologies edited
   Packing Fraction (1998)
   Explorer (2001)
   Stardust (2002)
   Orbiter (2002)
   Space Inc. (2003)
   ReVisions (2004) (with Isaac Szpindel)
   Summoned To Destiny (2004)
   Fantastic Companions (2005)
   Mythspring (2006) (with Genevieve Kierans)
   Polaris (2007)
   Under Cover of Darkness (2007) (with Jana Paniccia)
   Misspelled (2008)
   Ages of Wonder (2009) (with Robert St Martin)
   Campus Chills (2012) (with Kelley Armstrong, Sèphera Girón, Michael Kelly, Nancy Kilpatrick, Susie Moloney, Douglas Smith and Steve Vernon)
Non fiction
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Anthologies containing stories by Julie E Czerneda
Short stories
First Contact Inc. (1997)
Down On the Farm (2000)
I Knew a Guy Once (2003)

Philip K Dick Award Best Book nominee (2001) : In the Company of Others

Julie E Czerneda recommends
Tainted Trail (2002)
(Ukiah Oregon, book 2)
Wen Spencer
"Spencer continues to amaze, cranking up both suspense and wonder...you won't put this one down."
Halls of Law (2017)
(Faraman Prophecy, book 1)
V M Escalada
"Halls of Law begins an fresh, engaging new fantasy series set in a world of marvellous texture and magic. Love this one and can’t wait for more!"
The Robots of Gotham (2018)
Todd McAulty
"Todd McAulty has done the incredible. Delivered a rich and credible near-future world, where Thought Machines control, well, almost everything (and are themselves astonishingly diverse and cool), and used all this to create the most human SF story I've read in a very long time. I love everything about The Robots of Gotham. I want more, McAulty. MORE!"

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