Leah Cutter's first three novels ("Paper Mage," "Caves of Buda," and "The Jaguar and the Wolf") are all historic fantasies, set in diverse periods of time, such as Tang dynasty China, WWII Budapest, and the Viking era.
Her recent novels, ("Clockwork Kingdom," "Zydeco Queen and the Creole Fairy Courts," and "The Raven and the Dancing Tiger") are all contemporary fantasies, and set on the Oregon coast, in rural Louisiana, and around the city of Seattle, respectively.
Her short fiction includes fantasy, mystery, science fiction, and horror, and has been published in anthologies and on the web. A collection of her recent short fiction is available in "Baker's Dozen".
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A retelling of the Kashmiri fairy tale, "The Flower Princess."
After the king cuts the prince into two halves, what happens if the half buried in earth awakens with a bloodlust?
This story was originally published in "Talebones #16"
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What if the northern lights cast dreams into the ice that are mined and sold to shape the future of children?
Contains bonus story, "One Fall Day."
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