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Marina J Lostetter

The open skies and dense forests of the Pacific Northwest are ideal for growing speculative fiction authors–or, at least, Marina J. Lostetter would like to think so. Originally from Oregon, she now resides in Arkansas with her husband, Alex. When not writing or drawing she can often be found reading spec-fic, or playing it (she enjoys a good zombie-themed board game now and again). And she does it all while globetrotting.

Genres: Science Fiction, Fantasy
   1. Noumenon (2017)
   2. Noumenon Infinity (2018)
   3. Noumenon Ultra (2020)
   Lifeboats (2017)
   Illustrious (2019)
Marina J Lostetter recommends
These Burning Stars (2023)
(Kindom Trilogy, book 1)
Bethany Jacobs
"Jacobs's characters and prose have a sharpness to them that's both beautiful and devastating. These Burning Stars blew me away."
Stars and Bones (2022)
(Stars and Bones, book 1)
Gareth L Powell
"An interstellar intelligence has a plan for Earth's future, but is humanity a part of it? Fast-paced and thoughtful, Stars and Bones leaves the reader well-fed with hearty helpings of mystery, suspense, adventure, and terror."
Song of Siren and Blood (2022)
(Hundred Halls: Stone Singers, book 1)
Thomas K Carpenter
"Freaky-Friday with a menacing twist, this soul-swapping take on sinister second chances has all the music and mayhem one could hope for. Carpenter sweeps the reader up in a whirlwind of magical failures, family secrets, and legendary legacies. Fans of The Hundred Halls and new readers alike will fall in love with Minerva as she learns to survive in her new skin."

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Anthologies containing stories by Marina J Lostetter
Avatar Dreams (2018)
Science Fiction Visions of Avatar Technology
edited by
Kevin J Anderson and Mike Resnick

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