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Paula R. Stiles
I'm a forty-something medieval/Templar historian, writer of speculative fiction, Returned Peace Volunteer in warm-water aquaculture (Cameroon, '91-'94), ex-EMT, recovered horse addict, swimmer, amateur astronomer, lover of all things prehistoric, cat-feeder, and compulsive grammarian. I'm also... show more
I'm a forty-something medieval/Templar historian, writer of speculative fiction, Returned Peace Volunteer in warm-water aquaculture (Cameroon, '91-'94), ex-EMT, recovered horse addict, swimmer, amateur astronomer, lover of all things prehistoric, cat-feeder, and compulsive grammarian. I'm also currently the editor of Lovecraftian 'zine Innsmouth Free Press (http://www.innsmouthfreepress.com). You can find my homepage at: http://thesnowleopard.net.
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Jeff Names the Planets
Jeff Names the Planets rated it 7 years ago
Some weak choices dampen the latter half. Cherie Priest... yes, she did write a zombie that included zombies. Doesn't really qualify her to wrote for this anthology, does it?
Amadan na Briona
Amadan na Briona rated it 7 years ago
So you're tired of grimdark sci-fi, dystopias and alien invasions and guns'n'guts military SF. You'd like to read something where the future is actually a better place. Well, that's the premise behind this anthology of optimistic science fiction put together by Jetse de Vries. It consists of sixteen...
Feelingfictional
Feelingfictional rated it 7 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 ...
An Leughadair
An Leughadair rated it 7 years ago
What's it about? It's a selection of short stories from pagan authors as collected by a panel of judges for PanGaia magazine.What did I like about it? There was variety so if you didn't like the style of one author, at least you could look forward to the next, in addition to which no one piece was...
kindleaholic
kindleaholic rated it 8 years ago
I will admit to skimming and skipping over a couple of the stories here. Overall I liked a lot of them (I'd originally gotten it just to read Reluctance from Cherie Priest).The first 2 stories were wholly depressing (and in zombie anthologies, that is usually the case). There were a couple of storie...
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