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Natalie Cannon’s Story Published in Warrior

Natalie Cannon’s Story Published in Warrior

Posted by Gracelyn Weaver in Books, Worth Reading

In Warrior: A Collection of Short Stories, facing aliens, demons, curses and armies, twelve unstoppable heroes must find the strength to defeat their enemies with wit, weapon and a warrior’s heart. These short stories all feature heroes who identify within the LGBTQIA spectrum.

In MFA candidate Natalie Cannon’s work, “Howl,” a newly bitten werewolf must fight and claw her way back to humanity, or lose her soul to the beast within.

Natalie Cannon writes about the UK a lot for someone who lives in California. Her urban fantasy short stories are currently being put through the ringer in Fairleigh Dickinson’s MFA fiction program and one has emerged to be part of Ink & Locket Press’ WARRIOR anthology.

 

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27 Apr 2017 no comments