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Kij Johnson

Kij Johnson is an American fantasy writer noted for her adaptations of Japanese myths and folklore. Her story “Fox Magic” won the 1994 Theodore Sturgeon Award, her novel The Fox Woman (2000) won the Crawford Award for best debut fantasy novel, and her subsequent novel Fudoki (2003) was a finalist for the World Fantasy Award and was cited by Publishers Weekly as one of the best fantasy novels of its year.  An experienced publishing professional, Johnson has worked in editorial and project-management capacities for Tor Books, Wizards of the Coast/TSR, Dark Horse Comics, and Microsoft. She is also an associate director of the Center for the Study of Science Fiction at the University of Kansas.

BOOKS BY THE AUTHOR

When a fire destroys her home and scatters her colony, Small Cat sets out to find the home of her ancestor, the Cat From the North, and to make her own name along the way.At...

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If you want to be friends with The Other Girls, you're going to have to give something up; this is the way it's always been, as long as there have been Ponies.At...

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Fudoki

Kij Johnson

In her skillful debut novel, Kij Johnson took the classic Japanese myth of the fox who dared to become a woman to win true love and created The Fox Woman, a luminous, lyrical tale of love,...

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The Fox Woman

Kij Johnson

Kij Johnson has created an achingly beautiful love story, a fable wrapped in smoke and magic set against the fabric of ancient Japan. Johnson brings the setting lovingly to life, describing a world...

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