Dancing on Air
by Nancy Kress
Available Format(s): Trade Paperback (sold out), Hardcover (sold out), and Limited Boxed Hardcover (sold out)
Dancers are capable of doing anything to succeed in the cutthroat world of ballet—grueling workouts, restrictive diets, artificial enhancements…even murder. A talking Doberman, an aging ballerina, and an investigative reporter find themselves embroiled in a world where youth rules and no one is safe. This gripping novella by the Hugo and Nebula award–winning author of Beggars in Spain is a powerful yet humorous exploration of the moral ambiguities of genetic engineering and the all-too-tenuous bonds of family.