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Polyphony
Maureen McHugh

Maureen F. McHugh lives in Northern Ohio in a subdivision on the edge of a dairy farm. She lives a pleasantly boring suburban life with her husband and teenaged son, golden retriever and miniature dachshund. Her mother is from Barboursville, Kentucky, where she still has cousins. Her first novel, China Mountain Zhang, won the Tiptree, and she won a Hugo for her short story, "The Lincoln Train." Her latest novel is Nekropolis.

Visit her home page at http://my.en.com/~mcq.


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