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Jay Lake

Jay Lake lives in Portland, Oregon within sight of an 11,700 foot volcano. His fiction appears in Asimov's, Postscripts, and Realms of Fantasy, as well as the critically acclaimed collection Greetings From Lake Wu. The Scorpius collection American Sorrows contains the Hugo-nominated novelette "Into the Gardens of Sweet Night," a work that garnered him the 2004 John W. Campbell, Jr. Award for Best New Writer.

Lake is editor or co-editor of All-Star Zeppelin Adventure Stories, TEL: Stories and Exquisite Corpuscle, and the Polyphony anthology series, for which he and co-editor Deborah Layne earned a 2004 World Fantasy Award nomination. Forthcoming from Scorpius is the anthology 44 Clowns, which Lake co-edited with Mike Brotherton.

Learn more at Jay Lake's website.

American Sorrows
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Jay Lake
Genre: Science Fiction
Word Count: 66,000
Price: $5.99
Formats: Microsoft ReaderMobipocket ReaderRocket eBook

Publisher: Scorpius Digital       Publication Date: Sep 2004
From Americas you almost recognize to Americas that never could have been, these four extraordinary tales by Campbell Award-winning author Jay Lake will transport you into a landscape of true American strangeness. More



Our Lady of American Sorrows
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Jay Lake
Genre: Fantasy
Word Count: 19,000
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Publisher: Scorpius Digital
For Peter and his best friend, it should have been an idyllic summer -- their last before adulthood began. But when the men in black cassocks arrive, the two find themselves caught in an explosive conspiracy that threatens to destroy faith, family and their quiet home. More