As 2021 draws to a close, writers in the Treehouse want to call attention to the new works they published this year. These works are eligible for writing awards based on year of publication. These works include three novels, a novella, and three short stories that are already in print.
Additionally, four of the stories in the forthcoming anthology Bright Morning, which will be published on December 20, 2021, qualify as short stories. Bright Morning, edited by Treehouse resident Deborah Ross, honors the late Vonda N. McIntyre. All proceeds go to Room to Read, a nonprofit supporting literacy and education for girls.
A Valentine for One – book 8, Wisteria Tearoom Mysteries, by Patrice Greenwood. August 2021. (mystery)
The Green Children Help Out, by Gillian Polack ( (fantasy)
For the Good of the Realm, June 2021 by Nancy Jane Moore (fantasy)
“Intermezzo – Household Matters” – novella, tie-in to Wisteria Tearoom Mysteries, by Patrice Greenwood. January 2021. (mystery)
“Mannikin,” by Madeleine Robins in the March/April 2021 issue of the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. (science fiction)
“The Missing Forget-Me-Nots,” – mystery short story, tie-in to Wisteria Tearoom Mysteries, by Patrice Greenwood. August 2021. (mystery)
“Karen’s Secret Story,” by Gillian Polack (science fiction)
Original Stories from Bright Morning (forthcoming December 20), all science fiction:
“Sanitizing the Safe House,” by Leah Cutter.
“More Lasting Than Bronze,” by Judith Tarr.
“Panacea,” by Pati Nagle.
“Harden,” by Gillian Polack.
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