Shoggoths in Bloom by Elizabeth Bear

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Shoggoths in Bloom by Elizabeth Bear (Prime Books, 2012) is one of these pleasingly eclectic collections. It contrives to run from straight SF to fantasy and back again without pausing for breath. Overall it's excellent and well worth reading
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A compilation of short science fiction and fantasy from Elizabeth Bear—tales of myth and mythic resonance, fantasies both subtle and epic in tone; hard science fiction and speculations about an unknowable universe. This collection, showcasing Bear's unique imagination and singular voice, includes her Hugo- and Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award-winning story "Tideline" and Hugo-winning novelette, "Shoggoths in Bloom," as well as an original, never-published story. Recipient of the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, a World Fantasy and Philip K. Dick nominee, Bear is one of speculative fiction's most acclaimed, respected, and prolific authors.
 

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After spending six years in the Mojave desert, Elizabeth Bear attended the University of Connecticut, where she studied anthropology and English literature.
 
Published October 11, 2012 by Prime Books. 336 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by David Marshall on Jan 25 2013

Shoggoths in Bloom by Elizabeth Bear (Prime Books, 2012) is one of these pleasingly eclectic collections. It contrives to run from straight SF to fantasy and back again without pausing for breath. Overall it's excellent and well worth reading

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