FanLit welcomes Terry Weyna!

Terry WeynaWe’re pleased to announce that Terry Weyna is joining our staff of reviewers!

Terry is spending the second half of her life as a reviewer, critic, scholar and writer, after having spent the first half practicing law in a variety of states and settings. (She is still a lawyer, telecommuting to an Orange County, California, law firm, where she mostly does legal research and writing. This work financially supports her addiction to books.)

Since Terry was six years old, she has nearly always had a book in her hand. She favors fantasy, and especially New Weird, slipstream and highly literary works, but also reads science fiction, horror, mystery, science, biography and history. She greatly prefers the look, feel and smell of physical books to ebooks.

Terry lives in Northern California with her husband, professor and writer Fred White, the imperious Cordelia Louise Cat Weyna-White, and a personal library that exceeds 12,000 volumes. Her favorite writers include Tim Powers, Tanith Lee, Daniel Abraham, Steph Swainston, China Mieville and Catherynne Valente. Terry keeps a blog at Reading the Leaves.

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  1. Welcome Terry!

  2. Welcome aboard Terry. Merry Christmas.

  3. Put your hardhat on, Terry! We’re going to work you hard and you’ll need your head protected in case your TBR stack falls over!

  4. Woohoo!..Welcome, and Merry Christmas.

  5. Thanks, all! And Merry Christmas to you, too!

    Kat, my TBR stack is already precarious. I’m looking forward to it reaching proportions that are positively treacherous.

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