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John Crowley

John Crowley began his career as a freelance writer in 1966. Since then, his highly literary work has garnered the World Fantasy Award and been hailed by top literary critics, notably Harold Bloom, who helped him get his appointment at Yale University, where he now teaches writing. John lives in Conway, Massachusetts, with his wife and their twin daughters.

Learn more at Time's Body, a site dedicated to John Crowley's work.

AEgypt
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John Crowley
Genre: Fantasy
Word Count: 147,000
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In the 1970s, an historian named Pierce Moffett moves to the country to write a book, driven by the idea that the world's physical laws once changed and may change again. The notion is not his alone. Something waits at the locked estate of Fellowes Kraft, author of romances about Will Shakespeare and Giordano Bruno and Dr. John Dee, something for which Pierce and those near him have long sought without knowing it, a key to a land displaced from the world, a land called Ægypt. More



Love & Sleep
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John Crowley
Genre: Fantasy
Word Count: 182,000
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Love & Sleep continues the story of Pierce Moffett, whose route toward the lost land of Ægypt had been charted from his youth in the coal hills of Kentucky, where he was introduced to Catholic doctrine and country mysticism. In the current day, Pierce and Boney Rasmussen, his patron, search the work of historical novelist Fellowes Kraft for clues to a fabulous treasure—an endeavor that parallels the adventures of Giordano Bruno and Dr. John Dee, centuries before, to sort out a cosmology on the edge of profound change. More