Bio: John C. Bunnel ?no relation to the police-video host?has been writing and reviewing speculative fiction for over two decades. His short fiction has appeared in magazines including Artemis and anthologies ranging from Swashbuckling Editor Stories to Fantastic Companions. Previously a longtime reviewer for Dragon Magazine and a contributor to the Hugo-nominated Tangent, he has also reviewed books for three incarnations of Amazing Stories (and hopes there will be a fourth). He lives and writes in Oregon, where he fights a never-ending battle against spending too much time on the Internet.
Much as mortal youths once ran off to join the circus, this particular Sidhe ran off to join Actors' Equity. She's lived among us for over a century, but stage actress Juliet McKenna isn't immune to loneliness. So when a castmate invites her home for Thanksgiving, Juliet accepts. Her friend's brother sees through her magical disguise--and has the knowledge to trap her into slavery. Now she must choose: return to Faerie and the High Court's wrath, or satisfy Richmond Becket's desire for power at ... more info>>
While serving as an artist-in-residence at a small Pacific Northwest college, stage actress Juliet McKenna is directing Gilbert & Sullivan's The Sorcerer. Rivalries among the student cast are only to be expected--but are other troubles the work of the theater's restless ghost? Nonsense, Juliet insists, and with Sidhe-born senses to back her conclusions, she should know. But as the curtain rises on opening night, she's forced to revise her opinions. With one performer in chains and another posses... more info>>