The Story Until Now by Kit Reed
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From her novels to her stories, from a black dog who knows who’s next to die to the teenager whose parents insist that the whole family sleep together in one bed...Reed finds humanity in the most fantastic places. She does it without pretension.
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The best stories from a master of speculative fiction
 

About Kit Reed

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KIT REED's novels include The Baby Merchant and Thinner Than Thou, which won an ALA Alex Award. Her newest is Son of Destruction. Often anthologized, her short stories have been nominated for the Nebula, the World Fantasy, and Shirley Jackson awards and the Tiptree Prize. A Guggenheim fellow and the first American recipient of a literary grant from the Abraham Woursell Foundation, she is the resident writer at Wesleyan University.Praise for Kit Reed"These stories shine with the incisive edginess of brilliant cartoons."—The New York Times Book Review (about Weird Women, Wired Women)"Reed has a prose style that's pure dry ice, displayed in dystopian stories that specialize in bitterness and dislocation."—The New York Times Book Review (about Dogs of Truth)"She is the SF writer par excellence of the war between the generations . . . Kit Reed frees us as we read her."—John Clute, Science Fiction Weekly (about Weird Women, Wired Women)
 
Published March 15, 2013 by Wesleyan. 459 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Chelsea Cain on Apr 26 2013

From her novels to her stories, from a black dog who knows who’s next to die to the teenager whose parents insist that the whole family sleep together in one bed...Reed finds humanity in the most fantastic places. She does it without pretension.

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