Can you make a "Hero's Journey" in 10 pages or less? And what if you're a heroine? "Abbreviated Epics" from Third Flatiron Anthologies
is a double issue containing 19 very short fantasy adventures featuring samurai and shield maidens, alternate history and steampunk, and myths old and new. The issue also contains a reprint of Jo Walton's epic poem, "Odin on the Tree."
"Abbreviated Epics" proudly showcases an international group of new and established speculative fiction authors, who share with us just a
smidgen of the heroic and grand. Contributors include: Siobhan Gallagher, Iain Ishbel, Deborah Walker, Manuel Royal, Jordan Ashley
Moore, Martin Clark, Ben Solomon, Margarita Tenser, Gustavo Bondoni, Adria Laycraft, Daniel Coble, Steve Coate, Jo Walton, Elliotte Rusty
Harold, Marissa James, Jake Teeny, Alison McBain, Patricia S. Bowne, Stephen D. Rogers, and Robin Wyatt Dunn.
|Publisher:||Third Flatiron Publishing|
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About the Author
Juli Rew is a former science writer/editor for the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado, and is a software engineer by training. She is a believer in the scientific evidence for global warming. She also publishes fantasy and science fiction stories by other authors at Third Flatiron Publishing.