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Carrie Vaughn

Carrie Vaughn is best known for her New York Times bestselling urban fantasy series featuring Kitty Norville, werewolf and radio talk show host. The eighth and most recent book in the series, Kitty Goes to War was released by Tor last year. In addition to the Kitty Norville novels, her first young adult novel, Voices of Dragons was published in 2010. Last year also saw the release from Tor of Discord's Apple, a novel about family, treasure, the Trojan War, and the end of the world.

Carrie Vaughn is also a contributor to George R.R. Martin's Wild Cards series and has had numerous short stories published in magazines such as Realms of Fantasy, Talebones, Weird Tales, Strange Horizons, Lightspeed, Baen's Universe, and Subterranean, as well as in anthologies such as Warriors and Songs of Love and Death both ed. by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois, Running with the Pack, ed. Ekaterina Sedia, Full Moon City, ed. Darrell Schweitzer, By Blood We Live, ed. John Joseph Adams, Wolfsbane and Mistletoe, ed. by Charlaine Harris and Toni L.P. Kelner, and Dark and Stormy Knights, ed. P.N. Elrod.

Carrie Vaugh received her B.A. from Occidental College and her M.A. in English from the University of Colorado, Boulder. She is also a graduate of the Odyssey Fantasy Writing Workshop. Having lived all over as an Air Force brat, Carrie currently makes her home in Boulder Colorado.

Carrie has had four books come out this year: In March: Steel (Almost-champion fencer Jill is considering giving up the sport for good...until she finds herself slipped back in time on an 18th century pirate ship and has to learn to fight for real.); in April: After the Golden Age (Celia West is the daughter of Commerce City's greatest superheroes...who will never let her forget it...); in June: Kitty's Big Trouble (The ninth book in the series takes Kitty and friends to San Francisco's Chinatown. {No, really...}); and in August: Kitty's Greatest Hits (The long-awaited short story collection includes tales about Kitty, Rick, T.J. -- and the all-new novella that reveals what really happened to Cormac.)

You can follow Carrie on Facebook and on her website.

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