"...a rich tapestry of magic and ritual. What delights the reader...is the way Crist can apply fresh eyes to a familiar situation and conversely, can present the unfamiliar as if it were an old friend." - Jonathan Shipley, author of stories published in Sword and Sorceress, Stories from the Near-Future, Tales of the Once and Future King, After Death, and other books.
In Owl Light, mystery and magic are close at hand. These stories dare the reader to step into Owl Light, where early stars flicker, owls wake from slumber, and shadows appear where shadows ought not be. But be warned: Owl Light dims to darkness, dreams change to nightmares, and dawn is more distant than you know.
"...fairy tales new and re-imagined, modern myth and ancient ritual. Her stories span galaxies and eons. There is something to resonate with all readers within its pages." - Rie Sheridan Rose, author of The Conn-Mann Chronicles
"A quiet darkness pervades Crist's stories and poems... If you let the tales lull you to sleep, expect shining eyes to peer from the forest of your dreams." - Anne E. Johnson, author of Things from Other Worlds and Exit Code.