Black Light

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One of Elizabeth Hand’s most critically acclaimed novels, Black Light reveals a vision of ancient cults, gods, and fetishes—and a world where everyone loves an apocalyptic party

Lit Moylan lives what she thinks is an ordinary life. Sure, her town has a few eccentric theater types, but that’s all. That is until her Warholian godfather, Axel Kern, moves into the big house on the hill. He throws infamously depraved parties, full of drinks, drugs, and sex. But they also have a much more sinister purpose. At one of these parties, Lit touches a statue, and learns she has much more of a role to play in this world than she ever thought possible.

Ornate and decadent, Black Light visits an irresistible world of ancient gods and secret societies as enthralling as it is dangerous.

This ebook features an illustrated biography of Elizabeth Hand including rare images and never-before-seen documents from the author’s personal collection.

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Elizabeth Hand

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Elizabeth Hand (English Elizabeth Hand, was born on March 29, 1957) is an American writer in the genres of fantasy, horror and science fiction.

Elizabeth Hand was born and raised in New York and was educated at the American Catholic University. She subsequently moved to Washington DC and worked for some time at the Smithsonian Institution and the US National Museum of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Later, as her writing career took off, Hand moved to a permanent residence on the coast of Maine, where she currently lives.  Short stories: Elizabeth Hand published her first horror story, "The Prince of Flowers," in 1988, spending about two years looking for a publication that would decide to print it. After that, the stories of the writer began to appear frequently in various magazines. Elizabeth Hand`s stories are collected in three books, each of which has won prestigious awards: Last Summer on Mars Hill (1998) - Nebula Prize, Biblomancy World Fantasy Prize (2002) - World Fanta...

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Elizabeth Hand (English Elizabeth Hand, was born on March 29, 1957) is an American writer in the genres of fantasy, horror and science fiction. Elizabeth Hand was born and raised in New York and was educated at the American Catholic University. She subsequently moved to Washington DC and worked for some time at the Smithsonian Institution and the US National Museum of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Later, as her writing career took off, Hand moved to a permanent residence on the coast of Maine, where she currently lives.  Short stories: Elizabeth Hand published her first horror story, "The Prince of Flowers," in 1988, spending about two years looking for a publication that would decide to print it. After that, the stories of the writer began to appear frequently in various magazines. Elizabeth Hand`s stories are collected in three books, each of which has won prestigious awards: Last Summer on Mars Hill (1998) - Nebula Prize, Biblomancy World Fantasy Prize (2002) - World Fantasy Prize Wisdom and Sulfur: Stranger Tales "(2006) - Nebula Prize for the short story" Echo " Novels: Elizabeth Hand - author of several novels in the genres of fantasy, horror and science fiction:" All winter long "(1990)" Falling Icarus "(1993 ) Awaken the Moon (1994) - JM Tiptree, Jr. Prize, Mythopoetic Society Flicker Prize (1997) Black Light (1999) Deadly Love (2004) The Lost Generation (2007) - Prize Shirley Jackson Novelizations & Comics: In the 1990s, Elizabeth Hand contributed to the Anima series for DC Comics. In addition, she owns novelizations of several films.  Author`s site (English)