Green

Her exquisite beauty and brilliant mind were not enough to free her from captivity. That took her skills with a knife, plus the power of a goddess.

She was born in poverty, in a dusty village under the equatorial sun. She does not remember her mother, she does not remember her own name–her earliest clear memory is of the day her father sold her to the tall pale man.

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Uncanny Magazine Issue One

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First issue! Featuring new fiction by Maria Dahvana Headley, Kat Howard, Max Gladstone, Amelia Beamer, Ken Liu, and Christopher Barzak, classic fiction by Jay Lake, essays by Sarah Kuhn, Tansy […]
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Our Lady of the Islands

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OUR LADY OF THE ISLANDS by Jay Lake and Shannon Page is one of PW’s 2014 Best Books of the year for SFF: http://best-books.publishersweekly.com/pw/best-books/2014/sf-fantasy-horror
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Our Lady of the Islands

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Our Lady of the Islands by Jay Lake and Shannon Page This satisfying feminist tale­ set in an under-explored corner of Lake’s lush, mythical Green universe (Green, etc.) but entirely […]
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Last Plane to Heaven: The Final Collection.

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http://publishersweekly.com/pw/reviews/single/978-0-7653-7798-2Publishers Weekly, Starred ReviewLast Plane to Heaven: The Final Collection by Jay LakeThe prolific Lake’s death in 2014, after a long, harrowing, and very public battle with cancer, gives extra […]
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[writing] Literary rights

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Jay left his literary rights to the Lake Family Trust for the benefit of his wife and daughter. A family friend Amy is trustee. Please contact her at amythomas102@gmail.com, if […]
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[aftermath] Obituary

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Jay’s obituary can be found here: http://www.wilhelmportlandmemorial.com/obits/obituary.php?id=476231.
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