Tesseracts8 brings together twenty of the best pieces of Canadian speculative fiction, selected from both established and new, English and French writers by award-winning editors John Clute and Candas Jane Dorsey.
Readers of all types of speculative fiction - science fiction, fantasy, magic realism and horror - will find their flavor in the eighth anthology in the renowned Tesseracts series.
Canadian John Clute is perhaps best known for his work on The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (co-edited with Peter Nicholls) and The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (co-edited with Peter Grant). His extensive criticism in numerous publications is collected in part in Strokes and Look at the Evidence. He currently lives in London, England.
Candas Jane Dorsey is an internationally-known writer and editor whose novel Black Wine won the Tiptree, Crawford and Aurora Awards, her various other works have also garnered the WGA Short Fiction Award, and the Sunburst Award for best Canadian fantastic fiction. Her other books include Machine Sex and other stories, and Leaving Marks.