BOOKS

COLLECTIONS

How_the_World_Became_Quiet_by_Rachel_SwirskyHow the World Became Quiet:
Myths of the Past, Present, and Future

Amazon | Barnes and Noble

Publisher’s Weekly: “The 18 stories in this fine collection show Swirsky’s range in both fantasy and SF.” World Fantasy Award finalist.

Read more.

Through the Drowsy Dark CoverThrough the Drowsy Dark

Aqueduct Press | Amazon | Barnes and Noble

Ten stories and nine poems by Nebula winner Rachel Swirsky. Swirsky’s explorations of the heart and mind are fearless—and dangerous fictions indeed.

Read more.

SINGLES

Memory coverMemory of Wind

Amazon

The heroes are eager to sail to Troy for war, but the wind is still. To fill their sails and set out, they must sacrifice Agamemnon’s daughter Iphigenia—and how does a human girl become the wind? Nebula Award finalist.

Eros coverEros, Philia, Agape

Amazon

Rachel Swirsky’s contemporary tale of love in all its forms—and of one robot’s quest to know it, and himself, on his own terms. Hugo, Locus, and Sturgeon Award finalist.

Portrait CoverPortrait of Lisane da Patagnia

Amazon

The line between art and magic is a treacherous thing. Nebula Award finalist.

.

Monsters coverThe Monster’s Million Faces

Amazon

The mind has an amazing ability to heal itself, especially given the newest therapies, but Aaron’s mind just won’t cooperate. And neither will… he.

Oz ReimaginedBeyond the Naked Eye

Amazon

WISH, the newest reality show, stars Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Lion. Four contestants. One wish from the Wizard. Who will get their heart’s desire?

ANTHOLOGIES

Edited

People of the BookPeople of the Book

Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Indiebound | Powell’s

The Jewish literary tradition has always been one rich in the supernatural and the fantastic. In these pages, gathered from the best short fiction of the last ten years, twenty authors prove that their heritage is alive and well.

Read more.

Lightspeed Women Destroy Science FictionWomen Destroy Science Fiction

LightspeedAmazon | Barnes and Noble

Rachel Swirsky edited reprints for this special issue of Lightspeed Magazine, an all-science fiction extravaganza entirely written—and edited!—by women. Hugo finalist.

Read more.