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Best New Fantasy

Best New Fantasy Edited by the acclaimed and award nominated editor for Prime Books Sean Wallace s Best New Fantasy anthology showcases selections from some of the hottest new stars writing in today s fantasy

  • Title: Best New Fantasy
  • Author: Sean Wallace Laird Barron Nick Mamatas Holly Phillips M. Rickert Sonya Taaffe Jeff VanderMeer Christopher Barzak
  • ISBN: 9780809556786
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Paperback
  • Edited by the acclaimed and award nominated editor for Prime Books, Sean Wallace s Best New Fantasy 2005 anthology showcases 16 selections from some of the hottest new stars writing in today s fantasy field With stories by Laird Barron, Christopher Barzak, Eugie Foster, Gavin Grant, Theodora Goss, Joe Hill, Jay Lake, Yoon Ha Lee, Kelly Link, Nick Mamatas, Holly Phillips,Edited by the acclaimed and award nominated editor for Prime Books, Sean Wallace s Best New Fantasy 2005 anthology showcases 16 selections from some of the hottest new stars writing in today s fantasy field With stories by Laird Barron, Christopher Barzak, Eugie Foster, Gavin Grant, Theodora Goss, Joe Hill, Jay Lake, Yoon Ha Lee, Kelly Link, Nick Mamatas, Holly Phillips, M Rickert, Sonya Taaffe and Jeff VanderMeer, Best New Fantasy promises to deliver the best, the new, in fantasy.

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    1 thought on “Best New Fantasy

    1. Anthologies are hard some stories were pretty good, but more of them were not. Favorites were probably Eugie Foster's "Returning My Sister's Face," and Theodora Goss's "Pip and the Fairies."

    2. A few decent stories but nothing spectacular. I don't even remember most of them. I'm glad I got this book for free in my Balticon 2009 attendees bag instead of having paid for it.

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