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~~Dark Stories Dark Goddesses~ *Mary Mackey*

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Mary Mackey’s published works include five volumes of poetry (Split Ends, One Night Stand, Skin Deep, The Dear Dance of Eros, and Breaking the Fever); a novella (Immersion); and twelve novels (McCarthy's List, Doubleday; The Last Warrior Queen, Putnam; A Grand Passion, Simon & Schuster; Season of Shadows, Bantam; The Kindness of Strangers, Simon & Schuster; The Year The Horses Came, Harper San Francisco; The Horses at the Gate, Harper San Francisco; The Fires of Spring, Penguin, The Stand In, Kensington Books, Sweet Revenge, Kensington Books; The Notorious Mrs. Winston, Berkley Books), and The Widow’s War (Berkley Books). She has also written two comic novels (The Stand In and Sweet Revenge) under the pen name “Kate Clemens Mackey’s works have appeared on the New York Times and San Francisco Chronicle’s Bestseller Lists, sold over a million and a half copies, and been translated into eleven foreign languages including Japanese, Hebrew, Greek, and Finnish. A screenwriter as well as a novelist and poet, she has sold feature-length screenplays to Warner Brothers as well as to independent film companies. John Korty directed the filming of her original award-winning screenplay Silence. The film rights to her comic novel The Stand-In were recently optioned by director Renée De Palma of OneMotion Pictures. Twice, her poetry has been featured on Garrison Keeler’s Writer’s Almanac. Mackey’s nonfiction and memoirs have appeared in various anthologies. She has reviewed books for The San Francisco Chronicle, the San Jose Mercury News, the American Book Review, and a variety of other publications; has lectured at Harvard and the Smithsonian; and has contributed to such diverse print and on-line publications as The Chiron Review, Redbook, and Salon.

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