Elizabeth Bear [1] is a writer of speculative fiction. She won the 2005 John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, the 2008 Hugo Award for Best Short Story for "Tideline," and the 2009 Hugo Award for Best Novelette for "Shoggoths in Bloom."

She was written the following novels (list from Wikipedia):

  • Jenny Casey series
    • Hammered (January 2005, Bantam Spectra)
    • Scardown (July 2005, Bantam Spectra)
    • Worldwired (November 2005, Bantam Spectra)
  • The Promethean Age series
    • Blood and Iron (June 2006, ROC)
    • Whiskey and Water, (July 2007, ROC)
    • Ink and Steel, (July 2008, ROC)
    • Hell and Earth, (August 2008, ROC)
  • Jacob's Ladder Trilogy
    • Dust (December 2007, Spectra)
    • Chill (tba 2009, Spectra)
  • New Amsterdam series
    • New Amsterdam (May 2007, Subterranean Press)
    • Seven for a Secret (March 2009, Subterranean Press)
  • Other novels
    • Carnival (November 2006, Bantam Spectra)
    • Undertow (August 2007, Bantam Spectra)
    • A Companion to Wolves, and two sequels, co-written with Sarah Monette (October 2007, Tor)
    • All the Windwracked Stars (October 2008, Tor)
  • Short story collections
    • The Chains That You Refuse (May 2006, Night Shade Books)

RaceFail 2009

In January 2009 Ms. Bear made a posting on Livejournal about writing the other, entitled "whatever you're doing, you're probably wrong." [2]. Avalon's Willow responded with criticism of Bear's own handling of a black character in *Blood and Iron*. Ms. Bear's friends defended her and attacked Avalon's Willow in the process. Racefail began.

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