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My Real Children, by Jo Walton, & The Tropic of Serpents, by Marie Brennan, were reviewed in the New York Times!

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Puppets, dragon bones, and Regency dresses: authors Mary Robinette Kowal & Marie Brennan went on tour & it was delightful!

Puppets, dragon bones, and Regency dresses: authors Mary Robinette Kowal & Marie Brennan went on tour & it was delightful!

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Science! Politics! Dragons! Annalee Newitz reviews Marie Brennan’s The Tropic of Serpents on io9.

Science! Politics! Dragons! Annalee Newitz reviews Marie Brennan’s The Tropic of Serpents on io9.

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"I will not attempt to lay before you the pain I suffered then. I am a scientist, not a poet. My feelings are as strong as any woman’s, but I lack the words to express them."

[3] A Natural History of Dragons - Marie Brennan

The illustrations in these novels are truly incredible.

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The cover for the upcoming novel The Voyage of the Basilisk, by Marie Brennan, has been revealed on Tor.com! Check out the full beautiful art, by Todd Lockwood »

The cover for the upcoming novel The Voyage of the Basilisk, by Marie Brennan, has been revealed on Tor.com! Check out the full beautiful art, by Todd Lockwood »

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We love dragons – don’t you? Here’s why »

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These Are a Few of My Favorite Dragons
By Marie Brennan
It’s a little embarrassing to admit that I’m not obsessed with dragons. Sure, I read Pern at an impressionable age, and I think fire lizards sound like awesome pets (empathy! fire-breathing! teleportation!), but dragons are just one of many awesome things in fantasy that I find interesting. Had the sources that inspired me to write the Memoirs of Lady Trent been a Unicornology calendar and the Unicorninomicon, I might be writing about very different beasts today. Continue reading on the Tor/Forge Blog »

These Are a Few of My Favorite Dragons

By Marie Brennan

It’s a little embarrassing to admit that I’m not obsessed with dragons. Sure, I read Pern at an impressionable age, and I think fire lizards sound like awesome pets (empathy! fire-breathing! teleportation!), but dragons are just one of many awesome things in fantasy that I find interesting. Had the sources that inspired me to write the Memoirs of Lady Trent been a Unicornology calendar and the Unicorninomicon, I might be writing about very different beasts today. Continue reading on the Tor/Forge Blog »

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(via Mad Maudlin by Marie Brennan | Tor.com)
For to see mad Tom o’Bedlam, ten thousand miles she’s traveled.

(via Mad Maudlin by Marie Brennan | Tor.com)

For to see mad Tom o’Bedlam, ten thousand miles she’s traveled.

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Read an excerpt of The Tropic of Serpents by Marie Brennan by Tor.com.

Read an excerpt of The Tropic of Serpents by Marie Brennan by Tor.com.