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Angeline Hawkes
Angeline Hawkes holds a B.A. in Composite English Language Arts and Secondary Education from Texas A&M University-Commerce. Angeline's collection, The Commandments, was a 2006 Bram Stoker Award finalist. Her story, "In Waters Black the Lost Ones Sleep", appears in the Origins award-nominated... show more

Angeline Hawkes holds a B.A. in Composite English Language Arts and Secondary Education from Texas A&M University-Commerce. Angeline's collection, The Commandments, was a 2006 Bram Stoker Award finalist. Her story, "In Waters Black the Lost Ones Sleep", appears in the Origins award-nominated Chaosium anthology, Frontier Cthulhu. Angeline works or has worked for such publishers as Delirium Books, Chaosium, Elder Signs Press, Dark Regions Press, DarkFuse and many others. She has seen the publication of novels, novellas, collections, fiction in 40+ anthologies, and over 100 short fiction publications. She is formerly an active member of HWA and a former member of the Robert E. Howard UPA. Angeline often writes collaboratively with her husband, Christopher Fulbright. Visit her websites at www.angelinehawkes.com and www.fulbrightandhawkes.com.
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Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it 5 years ago
This is an anthology of 28 all new original fantasy stories all set in an age of sail. About half of them are set in the world we know, that is, could be called historical fantasy (and I found I tended to prefer these stories) and the other half are high fantasy. One Amazon reviewer described some o...
Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it 7 years ago
This was a good collection of stories that smoothly combine the seafaring/pirate theme with fantasy. I only disliked a couple of stories, although as a whole, I found the tone a bit on the dark side. I think the only upbeat story was by Patrick Thomas, and I would expect no less of him, since he al...
Bryan Thomas Schmidt
Bryan Thomas Schmidt rated it 8 years ago
Solid and entertaining although some of the stories run together due to theme and other commonalities after a while. Part of the reason is this collection is quite long. But the writing is very strong, stories and characters interesting for the most part, and the authors' takes on the themes are uni...
NinthWanderer
NinthWanderer rated it 9 years ago
Purchased in early 2007 for Jennifer Pelland's story "YY," a macabre tale of cloning gone wrong. For another example of Pelland's take on cloning, I recommend reading Clone Barbecue. It's not for the faint of heart or weak of stomach. The first line is "You are cordially invited to eat me."
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