The Sarsen Witch
(Grey Isles trilogy: Book 3)
August 1, 2007
Available: August 1, 2007
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Eileen Kernaghan

Eileen's award-winning "Grey Isles" trilogy is set in bronze-age Europe and is based on the origins of Stonehenge. Journey to Aprilioth (1980) won a silver medal for original paperback fiction from The West Coast Review of Books. Songs from the Drowned Lands (1983) won the Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Award, while the third book in the series, The Sarsen Witch, was shortlisted for the same award. Eileen also co-authored Walking After Midnight (Berkley 1990), a nonfiction book on reincarnation, based on a documentary by a Vancouver filmmaker. Her latest adult historical fantasy is Winter on the Plain of Ghosts: a novel of Mohenjo-daro from Flying Monkey Press

The Alchemist's Daughter, her new young adult historical fantasy from Thistledown Press was shortlisted for a 2005 Sheila Egoff Prize for Children's Literature, and is nominated for a 2005 Aurora Award. Her other YA novels, also from Thistledown Press, are Dance of the Snow Dragon (1995) and The Snow Queen (2000). The Snow Queen won a 2001 Aurora Award for Best Canadian Speculative Novel in English.

Eileen's poems and short stories have appeared in many North American publications, both mainstream and speculative, including PRISM international, On Spec, Tesseracts, TransVersions, The Year's Best Fantasy & Horror, Northern Stars and Ark of Ice: Canadian FutureFictions. She is one-fifth of the poetry group Quintet, who recently published their first collection, Quintet: Themes & Variations.

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