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Stina Leicht (1972-) was born in St. Louis, MO and currently resides in Austin, TX. Leicht is the author of several well-regarded novels, including the two-book The Fey and The Fallen series (2011-2012), a dark fantasy set in war-torn 1970s Northern Ireland. The first book in the series, Of Blood and Honey, was nominated for a Locus Award for Best First Novel; the second, And Blue Skies From Pain was also a Locus nominee.
Her next novel project was the two-book series The Malorum Gates (2015-2017). The two books, Cold Ironand Blackthorne comprise a high 'flintlock fantasy' set in a world at war between the magic-using Kainen of Eledore and the magic-less humans of Acrasia. Blackthorne was a 2018 Locus nominee. Her newest work is a futuristic riff on The Magnificent Seven, titled Persephone Station and due to be published in early 2021.
Leicht has also written several short stories, including "Texas Died For Somebody's Sins", published in the Rick Klaw-edited 2013 anthology Rayguns Over Texas. She received a nomination for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer in 2012.