(photo credit: Ben Van Dyke)
Patrice Sarath is an author and editor living in Austin, Texas. Her novels include the fantasy series, Books of the Gordath (Gordath Wood, Red Gold Bridge, and The Crow God’s Girl) and the romance The Unexpected Miss Bennet. She has been published by Penguin in the US and Robert Hale Ltd. in the UK.
Patrice Sarath is the author of numerous short stories that have appeared in several magazines and anthologies, including Weird Tales, Black Gate, Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, Realms of Fantasy, and many others. Her short story “A Prayer for Captain La Hire” was included in Year’s Best Fantasy of 2003 compiled by David Hartwell and Katherine Cramer. Her story “Pigs and Feaches,” originally published in Apex Digest, was reprinted in 2013 in Best Tales of the Apocalypse by Permuted Press.
Patrice is an avid horsewoman. She also enjoys bike-riding, rollerblading, and hiking the woods and trails outside Austin. She can often be found writing at her neighborhood coffee house.
Gordath Wood (2008, Penguin Berkley)
Red Gold Bridge (2009, Penguin Berkley)
The Unexpected Miss Bennet (2011, Robert Hale, and Penguin)
The Crow God’s Girl (2012)
- A Prayer for Captain La Hire (2002, Black Gate)
- Bad Amy (2006, Space Squid)
- Blood on the Snow (1999, Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine)
- Ice (2005, Realms of Fantasy)
- Into the Dark (2002, Realms of Fantasy)
- Lonely Cries the Winter Wind (2008, Edge of Propinquity)
- More to Glory (2002, Low-Port anthology)
- Pigs and Feaches (2007, Apex Digest)
- Reparations (2000, Romance & Beyond)
- The Djinn Game (1999, Such a Pretty Face)
- The Gig in the Hall of Kings (2004, Cafe Ole anthology)
- The Lunch Thief (2007, Weird Tales, published as Bagged Lunch)
- The Night of Their Conversion (2007, Space Squid)
- The Warlord and the Princess (1999, Beyond the Rose, 2002 Andromeda Spaceways)