Book View Cafe Readings: Coed Demon Sluts: Amanda by Jennifer Stevenson

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Today’s reading is a selection from Coed Demon Sluts: Amanda by Jennifer Stevenson

Jennifer Stevenson finds new uses for old sex demons. Check out her five comedy series: Hinky Chicago, Slacker Demons, Coed Demon Sluts, Liars in Love, and Backstage Boys. Her first novel, Trash Sex Magic, was shortlisted for the Locus award for new fantasy fiction and longlisted for the Nebula Award two years in a row. Check out her manifesto at John Scalzi’s The Big Idea. She lives in the Chicago area with her stagehand husband and two bossy kittens. For more Jennifernalia, find her on Facebook or her website, or sign up for her newsletter for early wake-up calls for books, cool extras, free stuff, deleted scenes, and kitten pictures.

Some of her current favorite sf/f writers are Ilona Andrews, Carol Berg, C.E. Murphy, Patty Briggs, Lynn Flewelling, Rachel Caine, David Coe, and Anne Bishop.

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