And it’s a doozy: her story “The Hungry Ghost” will be appearing in Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Sword & Sorceress XXVI, edited by Elisabeth Waters, from Norilana Books.

The Sword & Sorceress series has been running since 1984, and over those years has been one of the few places to find strong female characters at the sword-swinging, spell-flinging end of Fantasy.  Past volumes have featured many of my favorite authors, folks like CJ Cherryh, Glen Cook, Emma Bull, Charles de Lint, and Steven Brust, an august company of which Jennifer is a well-deserved member!  Keep an eye out for the book — it should be in stores in late autumn — and for more stories from the brilliant Ms. Hsyu!

One Response to “Clarion: Jennifer Hsyu’s first sale”

  1. […] Cup”.  I came up with the idea Saturday while driving down to San Diego with Clarion-mates Jennifer Hsyu and Dallas Taylor, and wrote it up over the next two days for my first critique that […]

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