Marina Frants' Bibliography

SHORT STORIES

"Death Becomes Him," Chicks 'n' Chained Males; Baen Books, 1999.
    [Look at the cover. Order the book from Amazon.com. This story is a sequel to Marina and Keith's "A Bone to Pick" in Did You Say Chicks!?.]

"Agatha V," Dreams of Decadence: Vampire Poetry and Fiction #7, Summer 1998.

(w/Keith R.A. DeCandido) "A Bone to Pick," Did You Say Chicks?! edited by Esther M. Friesner, Baen Books, 1998.

"Sea Change," OtherWere: Stories of Transformation, edited by Laura Anne Gilman & Keith R.A. DeCandido; Ace Books, 1996.
    [This story was referred to as "a crisp, blustery little horror yarn" by John C. Bunnell in Tangent. Find out more about OtherWere. Look at the cover. Order this book from Amazon.com.]

"Twelve Steps," Pulphouse #19, 1995.

FANFICTION

Highlander, Hercules, Xena, & Buffy the Vampire Slayer

[archived at the fanfic page]

ARTICLES

Review of Queen Emeraldas, AnimeFantastique, Vol. 1, #4, Winter 1999.

"Grave of the Fireflies: Studio Ghibli's Dip Into a More Recent Past Led to this Acclaimed, Disturbing Drama," in AnimeFantastique, Vol. 1, #3, Fall 1999.

"Studio Ghibli: A Select Filmography," in AnimeFantastique, Vol. 1, #3, Fall 1999.

Review of Kiki's Delivery Service (English version), AnimeFantastique, Vol. 1, #1, Spring 1999.

(w/Keith R.A. DeCandido) "Down by the Bayou: The 20th Annual World Fantasy Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana," Special Report, Wilson Library Bulletin, January 1995.

(w/Keith R.A. DeCandido) "ConFrancisco, Here We Come: The 51st Annual World Science Fiction Convention," On Assignment, Wilson Library Bulletin, November 1993.

"An Estimation of Time Remaining Until the Heat Death of the Universe: A Messy Desk as a Model for Entropy," The Journal of Irreproducible Results, 1991.

    [I'm not sure of the exact citation for this. If anyone does have it, please e-mail me. Thanks!]

In addition, I was a regular book reviewer for Publishers Weekly (uncredited) and Horror: the Magazine of the Horror and Dark Fantasy Field from 1992-1995. Most, though not all, of my reviews were in the science fiction and/or comics genres.

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