Reflections on Life and Death

Reflections on Life and Death by Christine Katherine Rush

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Our last story, “The Gallery of His Dreams” (September 1991), by the Hugo-award-winning former editor of F&SF, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, won the 1991 Locus Award for best short fiction. Ms. Rusch has had fifteen novels published under her own name. Her latest books include: Hitler’s Angel, a mainstream hardcover written under the name Kris Rusch; Star Wars: The New Rebellion, a mass market paperback; Star Trek: Day of Honor, written with Dean Wesley Smith; and Alien Influences, a Science Fiction novel that was a finalist for England’s prestigious Arthur C. Clarke Award.

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Kristine Kathryn Rusch (English Kristine Kathryn Rusch ) American writer, editor, Uses pseudonyms - Kristine Grayson , Chris Nelscott [/ b ] ( Kris Nelscott ). Christine Catherine Rush was born in 1960 and made her science fiction debut with the short story "Song" (1987). Since then, she has published over fifty science fiction and fantasy novels, novelizations of popular films, and more than 80 short stories and novellas. Many of Rush`s works are co-written with her husband, science fiction writer Dean Wesley Smith, as well as with Kevin Anderson, Nina Kiriki Hoffman and Jerry Olshen. In 1990, Rush was awarded the John Campbell Prize, and in 2001 she won the Hugo Prize for the short story Millennium Babies. Rush also found time for editorial work: from 1991 to 1997, she served as editor-in-chief of one of the leading American science fiction magazines - Fantasy & amp; Science Fiction ". *** The winner of many awards Chris Nelscott (this is the pseudonym of the writer Christine Catherine Rush) is well known in the world for the series of novels about Smokey Dalton. The first in the series, Dangerous Road, won the Herodotus Award for Best Historical Detective and was shortlisted for the Edgar Award. The third - "Thin Walls" - according to the "Chicago Tribune" became the best detective of the year. Days of Rage and the most recent novel in the Smokey Dalton series, Street Justice, are nominated for a Seamus Award for Best Private Investigator of the Year. The American weekly Entertainment Weekly compares Chris Nelscott to Walter Mosley and Raymond Chandler. Booklist refers to the Smokey Dalton series as high-end detectives, and Salon.com writes that "Chris Nelscott claims to have her action-packed books voted America`s best detective series." In Nelscott`s next novel, The Gym, due out in the spring of 2017, a new character emerges from the minor characters in the series. The main character of the story published in this collection is a hero from an as yet unnamed project, which is under development. Lurlene has also been featured in the Action River anthology series. © In the sun and in the shade (collection). AST Publishers, 2017.

*** Sites of the writer - krisnelscott.com , kriswrites.com .

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Kristine Kathryn Rusch (English Kristine Kathryn Rusch ) American writer, editor, Uses pseudonyms - Kristine Grayson , Chris Nelscott ( Kris Nelscott ). Christine Catherine Rush was born in 1960 and made her science fiction debut with the short story "Song" (1987). Since then, she has published over fifty science fiction and fantasy novels, novelizations of popular films, and more than 80 short stories and novellas. Many of Rush`s works are co-written with her husband, science fiction writer Dean Wesley Smith, as well as with Kevin Anderson, Nina Kiriki Hoffman and Jerry Olshen. In 1990, Rush was awarded the John Campbell Prize, and in 2001 she won the Hugo Prize for the short story Millennium Babies. Rush also found time for editorial work: from 1991 to 1997, she served as editor-in-chief of one of the leading American science fiction magazines - Fantasy & amp; Science Fiction ". *** The winner of many awards Chris Nelscott (this is the pseudonym of the writer Christine Catherine Rush) is well known in the world for the series of novels about Smokey Dalton. The first in the series, Dangerous Road, won the Herodotus Award for Best Historical Detective and was shortlisted for the Edgar Award. The third - "Thin Walls" - according to the "Chicago Tribune" became the best detective of the year. Days of Rage and the most recent novel in the Smokey Dalton series, Street Justice, are nominated for a Seamus Award for Best Private Investigator of the Year. The American weekly Entertainment Weekly compares Chris Nelscott to Walter Mosley and Raymond Chandler. Booklist refers to the Smokey Dalton series as high-end detectives, and Salon.com writes that "Chris Nelscott claims to have her action-packed books voted America`s best detective series." In Nelscott`s next novel, The Gym, due out in the spring of 2017, a new character emerges from the minor characters in the series. The main character of the story published in this collection is a hero from an as yet unnamed project, which is under development. Lurlene has also been featured in the Action River anthology series. © In the sun and in the shade (collection). AST Publishers, 2017. *** Sites of the writer - krisnelscott.com , kriswrites.com .