Excitement mounts for Patricia A. McKillip’s new collection DREAMS OF DISTANT SHORES


Patricia A. McKillip at Westercon 64 in the Fairmont San Jose Hotel on Saturday 2 July 2011 (Wikimedia Commons)

FANTASY CAFE’s Kristen can’t wait.

My introduction to
Patricia A. McKillip’s work was her wonderful collection WONDERS
so I’m quite excited about this one!
I also love the cover of DREAMS OF DISTANT SHORES.


The Greek site NYCTOPHILIA included DREAMS OF DISTANT SHORES on it’s 10 books for 2016.

The awarded Patricia McKillip is not unknown to the Greek public, since books have been translated in our country (The Lord of the puzzle, The forgotten Creatures of Elda) and the ethereal, unique style of is respected and admired in the field of literature of the fantastic. DREAMS OF DISTANT SHORES contains three brand new novels fantasy.

An artist who is haunted by both the painting and the muse. Seductive travelers by sea planefoun distant lovers. The statue of a mermaid suddenly comes alive. Two friends are enchanted by a haunted place. Apart from the actual author and subject matter of stories to tell that pulls and very beautiful, Fairy cover. I do not know if we will see it translated into Greek, but I do not think unlikely.

Translation from Greek courtesy of Google

For more info on DREAMS OF DISTANT SHORES, visit the Tachyon page.

Cover by Thomas Canty

For more info on WONDERS OF THE INVISIBLE WORLD, visit the Tachyon page.

Cover by Thomas Canty