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The Moon's Wife [Paperback]

Al Attanasio


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5 May 1994
A young woman is jolted out of her mundane existence when, each moonrise, she is transformed by a mystical and erotic awareness. Seeking help for what she believes to be a psychiatric condition, she meets Daniel, "the moon in the man", whose love transforms her.

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A novelist obsessed with the power of fiction to impart strangeness, hermetic wisdom and, above all, wonder, I've published 22 novels and two short story collections. I love fantasy fiction. I love the courage of the human spirit to invest with real emotion experiences we know are entirely imaginary. And I love all of what 'fantasy' means to poetic thinkers.

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A. A. Attanasio was born in Newark, New Jersey in 1951. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1973. He received an MFA in Creative Writing from Columbia University in 1975, and an MA in Linguistics from New York University in 1976. His first novel, Radix, was shortlisted for the prestigious Nebula Award.

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