||Eleanor Arnason lives in the Twin Cities. She is the author
of five novels, including Daughter of the Bear King (1987); A
Woman of the Iron People (1990), winner of the Tiptree and
Mythopoeic Awards; and Ring of Swords (1993), winner of the
Minnesota Book Award; as well as fiction, poetry, and essays
in such markets as Asimov's Science Fiction; The Magazine
of Fantasy and Science Fiction (F&SF); Orbit; Women of
Wonder: The Contemporary Years (Pamela Sargent, ed.), and
Monad (Damon Knight, ed.). #30 is the 15th issue of TOTU in which her work appears. She
writes, "I should have a chapbook coming out from PM Press,
featuring 'Mammoths of the Great Plains,' which is currently
my favorite Eleanor Arnason story, plus an essay and an interview.
Also, Aqueduct Press plans to bring out Tombs of the
Fathers, a short novel set in the Lydia Duluth universe. Other
than that, I am finishing a bunch of short stories and sending
them to my agent. We will see if they sell."