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DANIEL ABRAHAM won the International Horror Award for best short story, “Flat Diane.” His previous novels include A Shadow in Summer, A Betrayal in Winter, and An Autumn War, the first three volumes of the Long Price Quartet. He has been a finalist for the Hugo Award and the World Fantasy Award. He is also the author of the Wild Cards comic book miniseries The Hard Call, and coauthor, with George R. R. Martin and Gardner Dozois, of the novel Hunter’s Run. He lives in New Mexico.]]