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Amanda C. Davis
Amanda C. Davis writes dark fantasy, light horror, and the very softest science fiction. Her short fiction and poetry has appeared in dozens of magazines and anthologies, including Cemetery Dance and InterGalactic Medicine Show; been adapted for audio, including in Parsec-winning podcasts... show more



Amanda C. Davis writes dark fantasy, light horror, and the very softest science fiction. Her short fiction and poetry has appeared in dozens of magazines and anthologies, including Cemetery Dance and InterGalactic Medicine Show; been adapted for audio, including in Parsec-winning podcasts Pseudopod and The Drabblecast; been reprinted extensively, including in translation (Ténèbres 2015) and in Year's Best Weird Fiction, vol. 2; and was collected in 2013 along with her sister Megan Engelhardt's work in Wolves and Witches: A Fairy Tale Collection from World Weaver Press. She has an engineering degree and an obsession with baking the perfect macaron. Visit her on Twitter (@davisac1) or at http://www.amandacdavis.com.

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FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt rated it 6 years ago
This was such a cool book. Quick read, but very enjoyable. The stories and poems were beautiful and creative as they retold old tales or extended them. This was truly a remarkable work. Half of the fun was trying to figure out what story the authors were retelling. I loved the new perspectives and t...
Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 6 years ago
I was somewhat hesitant to pick this up, but then I got gift cards and the price was reduced on the kindle version so what hell. It’s friggin awesome. The darker stories seem to be, for the most part, by Amanda C. Davis while the lighter stories are by Megan Engelhar...
Feelingfictional
Feelingfictional rated it 8 years ago
I hate to say it but I just couldn't get on with this one, I only read the first 3 stories / poems in the anthology but it's been 20 days since I last picked it up and I haven't been able to bring myself to go back to it.It's not that the stories are bad, I just don't think this is my kind of thing ...
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