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Elizabeth Hand is the multiple-award-winning author of numerous novels and three collections of short fiction, as well as a longtime reviewer for the Washington Post, Salon, and Village Voice, among many other publications. Her most recent novel, Generation Loss, received the inaugural Shirley Jackson Award for best work of psychological suspense. Illyria, a Shakespearan fantasy about forbidden love between two cousins in a renowned American theatrical dynasty, will be published this spring by Viking. She lives on the coast of Maine, where she is completing a sequel to Generation Loss called Available Dark.
- Finch, In Brief November 4, 2009