Andrea M. Pawley
Andrea M. Pawley loves the smell of Washington D.C., even in the summer. By day, she wrassles bureaucracy. By night, she writes speculative fiction. Her favorite building material is Aquia Creek sandstone. Her occasional dubious / enraged / farcical “insights” can be found at www.andreapawley.com.
9 entries by Andrea M. Pawley
Shooting Lincoln: Mathew Brady, Alexander Gardner, and the Race to Photograph the Story of the Century
By Nicholas J.C. Pistor
The Civil War roots of modern photography and the mass appeal of images.
Edited by Ellen Datlow
This collection is not for the young or faint of heart — and ornithophobes should skip it, too.
By Alastair Reynolds
Strong action and images can’t overcome the weaknesses in this ambitious novel.
Edited by Kelly Link and Gavin J. Grant
Ghosts, ghouls, and teenagers share center stage in this creepy-fun story collection.
Edited by Daniel H. Wilson and John Joseph Adams
A new collection of short stories reminds us to be nice to our machines – they are in control more than we think.
A man strives to understand why strong emotions turn his touch to ice, moving through more than 200 years of Russian history for the answer.
A woman pursues the serial killer who tried to end her life — a killer who can also travel through time.
The heart of magical realism beats in this novel suffused with a city’s collective emotions in response to events of World War II.
Peter F. Hamilton
This new thriller with the suspense of a serial-killer investigation is set in a futuristic, intergalactic world.