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Outliers of Speculative Fiction By L.A.Little Cat Rambo S. Kay Gail D. Villanueva Amal Singh Kama Falzoi Post Heather Harris McFarlane Kristin Jacques,

  • Title: Outliers of Speculative Fiction
  • Author: L.A.Little Cat Rambo S. Kay Gail D. Villanueva Amal Singh Kama Falzoi Post Heather Harris McFarlane Kristin Jacques
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  • Page: 193
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Stories by Cat Rambo Cory Skerry Tim Jeffreys Kelly Dwyer Eric Landreneau Jetse de Vries L.A Little Kayla Bashe Anya Penfold Dennis Mombauer S Kay Gail D Villanueva Amal Singh Kama Post Heather Harris McFarlane Kristin Jacques P.E Bolivar The best speculative fiction stories end in surprising ways Here are seventeen stories that not onStories by Cat Rambo Cory Skerry Tim Jeffreys Kelly Dwyer Eric Landreneau Jetse de Vries L.A Little Kayla Bashe Anya Penfold Dennis Mombauer S Kay Gail D Villanueva Amal Singh Kama Post Heather Harris McFarlane Kristin Jacques P.E Bolivar The best speculative fiction stories end in surprising ways Here are seventeen stories that not only end well but began in ways as wide ranging and surprising as the best twist endings The Outliers are 17 authors who view the fantastic through very different lenses of personal experience and imagination They are well known and unpublished, they are men and women, they are straight and LGBTQ, they come from seven different nations and several races and distinct cultures They all bring you stories from outside speculative fiction s mainstream with voices as compelling as any and visions daring and unique From forgotten gods to downtrodden superheroes, from visions of imperfect futures to new mythologies for the modern age, these are The Outliers of Speculative Fiction.
    Outliers of Speculative Fiction Stories by Cat Rambo Cory Skerry Tim Jeffreys Kelly Dwyer Eric Landreneau Jetse de Vries L A Little Kayla Bashe Anya Penfold Dennis Mombauer S Kay Gail D Villanueva Amal Singh Kama Post Heather Harris

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    1. Outliers of Speculative Fiction is a new anthology, something that s to be encouraged in the publishing landscape.This debut has attracted some strong names, too, such as Cat Rambo, the SFWA president, and Dark Lane anthologies editor Tim Jeffreys.There s no strong, abiding theme to the collection, which is both a blessing and a curse It encourages diversity in both content and representation but leaves a lack of focus at times.That said, there s some brilliant work in here, such as by the afore [...]

    2. I was lucky enough to have my short story, No Other, included in this anthology edited by L.A Little No Other is a sci fi horror mix and concerns two people Dawn and Nishi lone survivors of a deadly disease which has decimated mankind All the stories in the book were of a high standard, and I thoroughly enjoyed reading them Each story offered something new and surprising Here, though, are some of my favourites Stepping On Sand Gods by Cory Skerry gets things off to a fine and unexpected start Th [...]

    3. The blurb speaks for itself This is good speculative fiction 17 stories, not all fantastic, but not one that isn t good Stepping on Sand and Gods Native culture explored through dying gods GOOD.No Other When the last two people on earth are desperate EXCELLENTReflections from Mirror World 57 A different look at superpowers GOODLiminal Hill Not quite Demolition Man and that s a good thing GOODWhen We Go Flying When there is no accountability NOT BADHarbour Eerie, travelers from elsewhere GoodPand [...]

    4. A great compilation of short stories that swing outside the traditional mold Some were to my taste, some weren t, but all of them were interesting for their subject matter, characters, and in some cases even their formatting A good bedtime read, as the stories all move quickly and never feel formulaic Definitely worth the read if you want exposure to some non traditional literature with a sci fi or fantastical bent.

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