Right Hand Magic by Nancy A. Collins is an urban fantasy told in the first person perspective of Tate, a human welder-artist.
After moving to New York’s magical district, Golgotham, Tate is immersed in the magical subculture. In Golgotham, there are no cars—centaurs pull carriages and satyrs pull rickshaws. Leprechauns have their own bars. And six-fingered, neon-haired Kymeran sorcerers work their magic, for a price. Continue reading “Right Hand Magic—City of Wonders”