BVC Announces Evergreen by Marissa Doyle

Evergreen by Marissa Doyle A deadly power walks the forest…but a worse one stalks her. It’s 1901–a brave new century–and seventeen-year-old Grace Boisvert thinks it’s high time to forget that she’s a dryad; being able to talk to trees just … Continue reading

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An Atheist Thinks About Magic and Religion

On the podcast Our Opinions Are Correct, Charlie Jane Anders and Annalee Newitz were discussing Arthur C. Clarke’s third law, the one about any sufficiently advanced science being indistinguishable from magic. They were frustrated with the way some interpretations of … Continue reading

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Arthur C. Clarke posited long ago that any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. I’d like to turn that aphorism on its head and suggest that any significantly advanced magic is indistinguishable from technology. Simply put, the magic of … Continue reading

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BVC Announces West Winds’ Fool by Laura Anne Gilman

Visit an American West that never was! A brand-new novella and collected short stories will take you on a journey through the magical frontier known as the Devil’s West…

From the bestselling, award-nominated world of SILVER ON THE ROAD, THE COLD EYE, and RED WATERS RISING

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BVC Announces The Queen and The Tower, by Shannon Page

Calendula Isadora (Callie) is an uncommonly powerful witch with a mind for science. But her independent ways run afoul of her San Francisco coven house, especially when she creates life in the form of a massive golem. And her unseemly affection for her human boyfriend? Such things are simply not done among respectable witchkind.

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