Ever since a Woman of the Iron People won the first Tiptree Award in 1991, Eleanor Arnason has been celebrated as the heir to SF's revolutionary feminist legacy. Her Mammoths of the Great Plains presents a radical new vision of the Old West.
In Arnason's astonishing re-imagined America, great shaggy mammoth herds thunder over the grasslands, living symbols of the conflict between the Native peoples and the European invaders. And in an unforgettable adventure that soars from the badlands of the Dakotas to the icy wastes of Siberia, from the Russian Revolution to the Wounded Knee protests of the sixties, a courageous scientist fights to redeem her Lakota heritage and save the mammoths from extinction. And wins. Plus
Writing SF During World War III, a celebrated "letter from the front lines" that examines the hard choices and dangerous opportunities facing artists and activists today.
And Featuring: an unusually revealing Outspoken Interview taking you into the private heart and public soul of one of today's most consistent, yet least predictable, writers.
PM's Outspoken Authors series invites today's edgiest, most entertaining, and uncompromising writers to present their most provocative work in a stunning new format designed to fit your pocket and stretch your mind.
- Fiction + Literature Genres
- Science Fiction + Fantasy
- May 1, 2010
- May 1, 2010
- Eleanor Arnason