Overview of Judith Tarr’s Work on Strange Horizons

Judith Tarr with Albert EinsteinOver on Strange Horizons, author and historian Kari Sperring has a great piece on all the things that make Judith Tarr’s historical fantasy so worthwhile. Here’s an excerpt:

This is history with its eyes open, complex, realistic, difficult, uncomfortable, powerful, strange. She does not seek to conform to reader expectations of the past, she does not comfort, and she is never, ever sentimental. …  She is a true master of our genre, and it is long past time that she was recognised and respected for the huge contribution she has made.

Read the essay and then check out some of Judith’s books here at BVC.



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