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L. Jagi Lamplighter

    L. Jagi Lamplighter is the author of  the YA fantasy: The Unexpected Enlightenment of Rachel Griffin. She is also the author of the Prosperoís Daughter series: Prospero Lost, Prospero In Hell, and Prospero Regained. She has published numerous articles on Japanese animation and appears in several short story anthologies, including Best Of Dreams Of Decadence, No Longer Dreams, Coliseum Morpheuon, Bad-Ass Faeries Anthologies (where she is also an assistant editor) and the Science Fiction Book Clubís Donít Open This Book.

    When not writing, she switches to her secret identity as wife and stay-home mom in Centreville, VA, where she lives with her dashing husband, author John C. Wright, and their four darling children, Orville, Ping-Ping Eve, Roland Wilbur, and Justinian Oberon.

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Bad-Ass FaeriesBad-Ass Faeries: Just Plain BadBad-Ass Faeries: In All Their GloryBad-Ass Faeries: It's Elemental

Bad-Ass Bibliography:
(click on the story title to read an excerpt)

Bad-Ass Faeries - On Oberon's Throne

Just Plain Bad - Of Plunder and Souls

In All Their Glory - Not-So-Silent Night

It's Elemental - On Rocky Ground

Novel Excerpts
(click on the Novel title to read an excerpt)

Prospero Lost

Prospero in Hell

Prospero Regained

    Awards -
    Finalist for the 2007 Dream Realm Award, Best Anthology - Bad-Ass Faeries
    Winner for the 2009 EPPIE Award, Best Anthology - Just Plain Bad
    Winner for the 2011 EPIC Award, Best Anthology - In All Their Glory

    Kirkus Top Ten SF&F Novels of the Year - Prospero In Hell

    Reviews - The Prospero's Daughter Series

    "An exciting tour de force awaits readers." -Mel Jacob, SFRevu

    "Itís sad but satisfying to bid goodbye to the colorful Prospero family. Whatís next, Lamplighter?" -Kirkus Reviews

    "This is intricate, intellectual fantasy at its best - with bonus 'invisible beams of unicorn love.'" - Publishers Weekly

    "[Prospero Regained,] The final Prospero's Daughter urban fantasy (see Prosper Lost and Prospero in Hell) is a brilliant finish to an engaging family drama."
    - Harriet Klausner


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