Julie Cox is a writer, crafter, mother, and self-professed geek. She has numerous short works in print, with many more in the works for the coming year. She keeps in touch with her readers through her frequent blogging and Twitter updates. She lives in Texas with her family, many animals and limp, unhappy garden.
By Julie Cox
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Published: July 5, 2010.
(4.33 from 3 reviews)
In "Hearth and Harvest," Julie Cox explores the roles of parents and children through stories steeped in magic, wonder, grief and inevitability. A farmer hatches an unlikely egg; a barren girl searches for a god; death and birth abound, and creators clash with their creations. These six stories find the fantastic in the mundane, and the grounded, dirty world in the unreal.