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Melissa Scott

Melissa Scott is from Little Rock, Arkansas, and studied history at Harvard College and Brandeis University, where she earned her Ph.D. in the comparative history program with a dissertation titled “The Victory of the Ancients: Tactics, Technology, and the Use of Classical Precedent.” In 1986, she won the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, and in 2001 she and long-time collaborator Lisa A. Barnett won the Lambda Literary Award in SF/Fantasy/Horror for Point of Dreams. Scott has also won Lammies in 1996 for Shadow Man and 1995 for Trouble and Her Friends, having previously been a three-time finalist (for Mighty Good Road, Dreamships, and Burning Bright). Trouble and Her Friends was also shortlisted for the Tiptree. Her most recent solo novel, The Jazz, was named to Locus’s Recommended Reading List for 2000. Her first work of non-fiction, Conceiving the Heavens: Creating the Science Fiction Novel, was published by Heinemann in 1997, and her monologue “At RaeDean’s Funeral” has been included in an off-off-Broadway production, Elvis Dreams, as well as several other evenings of Elvis-mania. A second monologue, “Job Hunting,” has been performed in competition and as a part of an evening of Monologues from the Road. She lives in New Hampshire with her partner of twenty-four years.

Imagination Fully Dilated: Science Fiction
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Cover of Imagination Fully Dilated; cover painting by Alan M. Clark
Robert Kruger, editor
Patrick Swenson, editor
Genre: Science Fiction
Word Count: 80,000
Price: $5.99
Formats: Microsoft Reader

Publisher: ElectricStory.com
Though perhaps best known for his horrific and macabre illustrations, Alan M. Clark works all areas of speculative fiction. In this anthology, sixteen authors "literate" the science fiction work of this World Fantasy Award-winning artist. More