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Featuring thirteen fantasy stories by popular and critically acclaimed writers, this anthology offers a fascinating and unique roster of authors whose gripping tales run the gamut of fantasy themes and settings. Each original tale showcases heroic action and rich mythology penned by a varied collection of contributors, including master Tanith Lee, cult favorites Howard Andrew Jones and Joseph A. McCullough, and rising stars Sean T. M. Stiennon and Robert J. Santa—writers who bring together magic, swordplay, and eclectic characters in stories that transport readers to alternate worlds, distant pasts, and fantastic settings. Two essays on the craft and business of fiction writing round out the collection, making this anthology both a model of the genre and a source of inspiration for aspiring fantasy writers.
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)Tanith Lee is the author of at least 54 novels and 188 short stories, a children's picture book (Animal Castle) and many poems. She has also written scripts for the BBC science fiction series Blake's Seven.
Tanith Lee has won or been nominated for a variety of awards, including the World Fantasy Award, the August Derleth Award and the Nebula. She has appeared as Guest of Honour at a number of science fiction conventions, including Boskone XVIII in Boston in 1981, and the 1984 World Fantasy Convention in Ottawa.
2) Vera Nazarian left the former Soviet Union at the height of the Cold War as a refugee at the age of eight and arrived in the United States a month before her 10th birthday by way of Lebanon, Greece, and Italy. She sold her first short story at the age of 17 and since then has published numerous works of short fiction in anthologies and magazines such as the Sword and Sorceress and Darkover series edited by the late Marion Zimmer Bradley, and has seen her work translated into French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Czech, and Hungarian.
She is an active member of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America and recently made her novelist debut with the critically acclaimed mythic fantasy DREAMS OF THE COMPASS ROSE. LORDS OF RAINBOW is her second novel.
3) Eugie Foster is an active member of the SFWA, winner of the Phobos Award, and has an M.A. in Developmental Psychology. Eugie's fiction runs the gamut from children's folktales to science fiction to erotic horror. She was recently nominated for a British Fantasy Society Award, has sold over fifty stories, and her publication credits include tales in Realms of Fantasy, The Third Alternative, Cicada, Cricket, and the anthology Hitting the Skids in Pixeltown, edited by Orson Scott Card.
Eugie is also the managing editor and a fiction reviewer for the four-time Hugo-nominated publication, Tangent, and writes book synopses for Scrybe Press. At Dragon*Con, you can see her wearing her editor's hat as she helms the Daily Dragon. For her complete bibliography and current updates, visit her online at www.eugiefoster.com.
4) Ed Mc Fadden is the editor of FANTASTIC STORIES OF THE IMAGINATION, one of the largest magazines in the country; he is also the editor of Cosmic SF, an Internet magazine of SF. He is a university administrator and teacher at SUNY Stony brook and has published over seventy-five stories in myriad venues, including The Arizona Literary review, Terminla Fright, and The And. Ed is the editor of a number of SF anthologies, and the author of non-fiction and children's books.
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Book Description Pitch-Black, LLC, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0975884050