Bio: Elisabeth Waters sold her first short story in 1980 to Marion Zimmer Bradley for The Keeper's Price, the first of the Darkover anthologies. She then went on to sell short stories to a variety of anthologies. Her first novel, a fantasy called Changing Fate, was awarded the 1989 Gryphon Award. She also worked as a supernumerary with the San Francisco Opera, where she appeared in La Gioconda, Manon Lescaut, Madama Butterfly, Khovanschina, Das Rheingold, Werther, and Idomeneo.

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A Capella [Darkover Series]
Everyone has at least one talent--but sometimes it's not what they think it is.
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A Proper Escort [Darkover Series]
When MZB was editing the Darkover anthologies, she got a lot of stories on "Subject A: a Free Amazon meets a man she can trust" and "Subject B: Dyan Ardais meets a woman he can trust." After a few years of listening to MZB grumble, Lisa carried out her threat and wrote Subject AB: Dyan Ardais and the Free Amazon.
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A Rhumba of Rattlesnakes
Nine sisters have to free their mother from a curse. This might be easier if they were not all rattlesnakes.
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A Woman's Privilege [Fate Series]
Akila's home is being invaded, and she is determined to get herself and her twin brother out alive--even if she has to turn into a sword to do it. (Note: this story later became the beginning of the novel Changing Fate.)
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Bed of Roses
Having your little brother captured by an evil wizard is a real problem. But is teaming up with your rejected suitor to rescue him really the best solution?
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Changing Fate  [Fate series]
Akila uses her wits and her shape-changing abilities to save her brother Briam when their home is besieged. But that leaves them both on the run, with Akila trying to keep them safe, while Briam finds more trouble to get into. When he is chosen as year-king in the city of Diadem, Akila struggles to save his life, finding help in the most unexpected places.
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Child of the Heart [Darkover Series]
The Oath of the Free Amazons requires a Renunciate to send any son she bears away to be fostered, but what does giving up her child do to the mother--or to the son?
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Cold Spell
Eirthe was very annoyed when an evil wizard placed a cold curse on her. Not only did it interfere with her candlemaking business, but it really upset her pet salamander.
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Connecticat [Magic in Suburbia series]
The Lama's nephew wasn't a great Buddhist--or even a great human. So some people might have considered his reincarnation a step backwards.
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Crosswort Puzzle [Treasures Series 4]
While doing an internship as a mage in the customs office, Laurel accidentally lets in a shipment that isn't as harmless as it looked on paper.
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Daughter of Heaven [Treasures series 5]
Laurel expects to be stuck working in the Customs House forever (or until her brother Stephen passes his magical Ordeal, whichever comes first), but she finds something in a batch of documents with a shipment from China that will change her life. Of course, she doesn't even notice it at first...
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Destined for the Tower [Darkover Series]
There is more than one "fate worse than death"--and more than one way to avoid it.
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Dragon in Distress
No matter how many princes woo you, you need some standards: "If I were ever to marry, which I don't plan on," Rowena said firmly, "I'm sure I would want a husband who had some sense of self-preservation. Camping out on a ledge just outside a dragon's lair does not betoken any great degree of intelligence."
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Firetrap [Darkover Series]
Things that happen while you're out of your body don't have any effect on your physical body--or do they?
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Golden Vanity
Edward wanted to be a knight. But there's a right way and a wrong way to do that, and if he wouldn't do it correctly ... perhaps he needed some help.
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Gunnora's Gift [Witch World Series #3]
Kyria had been an only child and wanted a big family. As a child, she had carefully learned everything her mother had to teach her, thinking 'someday I'll be teaching all of this to my daughters.' Why wouldn't the Goddess grant her even one child?
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Line Dancing
It's a privilege to be chosen to work on the communication lines that unite your world. But it helps if you really like cats, because carrying a group of them around with you is part of the job.
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Marion Zimmer Bradley's Sword and Sorceress XXII
Women of Magic and Valor ... For over two decades, the late Marion Zimmer Bradley, best-selling and beloved author, discovered and nurtured a grand generation of popular and acclaimed authors including Mercedes Lackey, Jennifer Roberson, and a host of others. Authors who have appeared within the pages of Sword and Sorceress represent the full spectrum of some of the brightest talent working today--from C.J. Cherryh, Charles de Lint, and Emma Bull... to Laurell K. Hamilton, Diana L. Paxson, and. ... more info>>
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Meeting of Minds [Darkover Series]
The MacAran gift is rapport with animals. Sometimes this gift is useful, sometimes it's a nuisance, and sometimes it's just plain strange...
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Midsummer Folly
A journeyman mage discovers that the house she's staying in is haunted its previous owner--who wants her to bring him back to life.
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Out of the Frying Pan
Eirthe, a candlemaker under a curse, hires the mercenary magician/minstrel Lythande to help her break it.
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Playfellow [Darkover]
Hilary Castamir had a little trouble adjusting to life at Arilinn Tower. Many children have imaginary friends, but Hilary's wasn't imaginary.
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Pride, Prejudice, and Paranoia  [Treasures series 3]
Failing one's wizardry finals is bad enough. But then the family matriarch gets involved... [This is a sequel to Salt and Sorcery.]
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Rebirth [Darkover Series]
After reading Leslie Williams's story of a trapped sorcerer, "Escape," during the editing of Sword of Chaos, Elisabeth Waters promptly provided this sequel to it ... "So I could sleep at night," she commented.
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Salt and Sorcery [Treasures series 2]
Behind every great man is a woman--or two--or three--or four...
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