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CAT PICTURES PLEASE AND OTHER STORIES by Naomi Kritzer

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Forthcoming in July 2017.

Acclaimed writer Naomi Kritzer's marvelous tales of science fiction and fantasy are now collected in Cat Pictures and Other Stories. Here are seventeen short stories, including her Hugo Award-winning story "Cat Pictures Please," about what would happen if artificial intelligence was born out of our search engine history. Two stories are previously unpublished. Kritzer has a gift for telling stories both humorous and tender. Her stories are filled with wit and intelligence, and require thoughtful reading. 

Table of Contents:

"Cat Pictures Please" (Clarkesworld) (Hugo Award-winning story)
"Ace of Spades" (not previously published)
"The Golem" (Realms of Fantasy)
"Wind" (Apex)
"In The Witch's Garden" (Realms of Fantasy)
"What Happened at Blessing Creek" (Intergalactic Medicine Show)
"Cleanout" (The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction)
"Artifice" (Analog Science Fiction and Fact)
"Perfection" (not previously published)
"The Good Son" (Jim Baen's Universe)
"Scrap Dragon" (The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction)
"Comrade Grandmother" (Strange Horizons)
"Isabella’s Garden" (Realms of Fantasy)
"Bits" (Clarkesworld)
"Honest Man" (Realms of Fantasy)
"The Wall" (Asimov's Science Fiction)
"So Much Cooking" (Clarkesworld)


“These are the best sorts of stories: patient, inventive, expansive, quietly subversive and devilishly sly. Each one invites the reader to listen, to learn, to peek under the mask of the world, to be astonished. I love Kritzer’s work, and I always will.”

          —Kelly Barnhill, Newbury Medalist


“Kritzer’s sharp, bittersweet memorable stories will stay with you long after you close the book.” 

 
          —Jo Walton, author of Among Others

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