Books by Ellen Kushner

Ellen Kushner unites her talents as writer, producer, and storyteller in her role as host of WGBH Radio's remarkable series, Sound & Spirit. Bringing an intellectual openness, a keen ear, a lush voice and a genuine enthusiasm to each show, Kushner has def

Released: May 24, 2011

"Here's to another generation finding comfort and inspiration on the border. (introductions, author notes) (Fantasy/anthology. 13 & up)"
Bordertown: where the human and faerie worlds intersect, a place populated by runaways and the lost, powered by an unreliable mix of magic and technology. Read full book review >
THE GOLDEN DREYDL by Ellen Kushner
Released: July 1, 2007

"The illustrations are beautiful, though—richly-detailed, cheeky and charming—and they help compensate for the missing magic in the text. (Fiction. 8-12)"
It's the winter holiday season and Sara, who longs for strings of twinkling lights and a glittery Christmas tree, is jealous of her Christian friends' traditions. Read full book review >
THE FALL OF THE KINGS by Ellen Kushner
Released: Nov. 5, 2002

"Immensely appealing, intelligent, and great fun."
Sequel to 1987's Swordspoint: A Melodrama of Manners, a tale set in an imaginary city that Kushner herself described as "not-quite-equal parts of Elizabethan London, 18th-century Paris, a dash of Regency of both, and even a little New York . . . . Read full book review >