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Strange Mistresses Tales of Wonder  $12.95 



By James Door.

First comprehensive collection of original and rare short fiction by James Dorr. Featuring fourteen stories including original stories appearing here for the first time: "Frankenstein's Mistress", "Dust", "The Riverman's Daughter", as well as "Bitter Perfume", "Vanitas", "When Cats Are Away", "The Snow Wraith" and more.

Strange Mistresses: Tales of Wonder & Romance offers the first comprehensive -- and long awaited -- collection of James Dorr's work. Introduction by Marge Simon. Cover art by A.B. Word. Short stories included are "When Cats Are Away," "The Sending," "Polundnitsa," "Vanitas," "Bitter Perfume," "The Candle Room," "Dust," "The Labyrinth," "Nixies," "The Calm," "The Riverman's Daughter," "The Snow Wraith," The Wellmaster's Daughter," and "Victorians." Poetry included are "Leaves," "Frankenstein's Mistress," "The Instrument Maker," "The Birdcatchers," "The White Worm," "Titanomachy," "The Flight of Yuan, From the Phoenix Tower," "There Is a Comfort," "Medusa's Daughter," "Night Child," Kiki in the Museum of Life's Pain," "La Meduse," and "The Esthete.


AUTHOR: James Dorr has been published in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Tomorrow SF, Aboriginal SF, Dark Regions Magazine, Short Story Digest, and other leading publications. He is the recipient of the 1998 Best of the Web Award and a finalist for both the Anthony (Mystery) and Darrell (stories set in the mid-South) Awards. He has worked as a technical writer, associate editor on a city magazine, a full-time non-fiction freelancer, and as a musician.


Brentwood, CA: Dark Regions Press, 2001. First Edition. 5 1/2 x 8. Trade Paperback. As New / As New. ISBN: 1888993227.

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