Mickey Zucker Reichert
Birth date: January 01, 1962
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The short story anthology Legends edited by Margaret Weis, the first collection of the Tales from the Eternal Archives, contains almost twenty stories of near above average quality loosing connected to one another through a mystical library, titular Eternal Archives. Although the majority of the ni...
I don't think you can call this "urban fantasy" when the stories are old west and 19th century. And if they're modern, they're focused on old west and 19th century stuff. Not what I was looking for.
As Lackey explained in her introduction, her very first sale was to one of the Marion Zimmer Bradley's Darkover anthologies. MZB is best known for her Avalon novels, but what I loved was her Darkover series, and in fact the very first story I read by Lackey was that short story in MZB's universe, ""...
I like to get short story anthologies, because they're interruptable (I have issues with putting a book down mid-plot to go do something else; I'm not good at it), they often introduce new writers or allow a favorite and much-read author to explore genres other than what I normally see them in, and ...
I enjoyed Tanya Huff's Victoria Nelson story. Jane Lindskold's story, though not connected to her series, reminded me why I like her writing and should read some more of her Firekeeper Saga. Most of the other stories were enjoyable.