Eleven stories of magic, mystery and the fantastic future, all featuring gay heroes. Swordsmen, cyborgs, magicians, ghosts, psychic lovers and enchanted lords fill this anthology with adventure, laughter and passion.
This anthology features Spectrum Award Winning author Ginn Hale as well as award winning author and editor Lawrence Schimel and Lambda Literary Award Finalist Astrid Amara.
|Publisher:||Blind Eye Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 7.90(h) x 1.20(d)|
About the Author
Nicole Kimberling lives in Bellingham, Washington with her partner, Dawn Kimberling, 2 bad cats and approximately 100,000 bees. She is also the editor of Blind Eye Books.
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Tangle based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I think Amberwitch ran out of space, because she didn't mention the final two stories in this anthology - my favorites! I agree with her than "The Lost Gentleman" was the weakest story and I didn't care for "Monument", but the others are all good tales."Crossing the Distance" by Erin McKay is a strong fantasy about telepathic pairs who are groomed to serve their country, never realizing their duties will cause them to be physically separated forever. The final (and best story, in my opinion) by Ginn Hale is an intricate science fiction piece. In order to save a planet from being plumbed for its natural resources, a scientist must maintain his colony-- and survive the native flora and fauna, the companies trying to sabotage his efforts, and an insane rogue fellow-scientist. When he can't get people to help him, he buys three "Feral Machines", hoping that together they can make a difference. Hale is an excellent story teller and I would have bought this book for this story alone, but several of the other stories make this a very worthwhile purchase.