Carnage and Consequences: Stories from the Gen con Writer's Symposium Authors

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-- Walk the darkened alleys of an ancient city where a dragon rules!
-- Grab your blade, and fight the forces of evil in a war at the end of time!
-- Recoil with horror as a serial killer carries out his quest to silence the voices that torment him!
-- Learn the true meaning of honor as you witness the steadfast virtue of a samurai faced with an impossible choice!

You'll experience all that and more in this gripping collection from the authors of the Gen Con Writer's Symposium. Fourteen amazing tales await you, ...

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Overview

-- Walk the darkened alleys of an ancient city where a dragon rules!
-- Grab your blade, and fight the forces of evil in a war at the end of time!
-- Recoil with horror as a serial killer carries out his quest to silence the voices that torment him!
-- Learn the true meaning of honor as you witness the steadfast virtue of a samurai faced with an impossible choice!

You'll experience all that and more in this gripping collection from the authors of the Gen Con Writer's Symposium. Fourteen amazing tales await you, including brand-new stories from Jean Rabe, Anton Strout, Stephen D. Sullivan, Matt Forbeck, and more!

Plus, for the first time in print, New York Times Best Selling author Michael A. Stackpole's "Jed and the Titanium Turtle" -- an inspiring science fiction fable about occupation and resistance in the land of the free.

Authors include:
2011 Gen Con Author Guest of Honor Anton Strout
Michael A. Stackpole
Jean Rabe
Stephen D. Sullivan
Matt Forbeck
Donald J. Bingle
Linda P. Baker
Kelly Swails
Wes Nicholson
Maurice Broaddus
Jennifer Brozek
Dylan Birtolo
Mary Louise Eklund
Marc Tassin

Edited by Marc Tassin.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781463611293
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 6/25/2011
  • Pages: 198
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.42 (d)

Meet the Author

Marc Tassin was enthralled by books from the moment he could read, and he often dreamed of writing his own stories. Then, a few years back, Marc started attending the Gen Con Writer's Symposiums. Inspired by the advice and support offered by the panelists, Marc stopped thinking about writing and started actually writing. Since then, Marc has published numerous short stories, articles, and game materials. He has also started editing, taking on projects ranging from game supplements to short-fiction anthologies. Marc lives in a small town just outside of Ann Arbor, Michigan, with his wife Tanya and their two children. Visit marctassin.com for more information about Marc and his writing.
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