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Stephanie D. Shaver
I've been writing and selling short stories in the fantasy genre since I was thirteen.I've made over a dozen short story sales in my life to various editors of professional anthologies, been a first reader for a professional fantasy magazine, aided and abetted in the organization of conventions,... show more
I've been writing and selling short stories in the fantasy genre since I was thirteen.I've made over a dozen short story sales in my life to various editors of professional anthologies, been a first reader for a professional fantasy magazine, aided and abetted in the organization of conventions, answered fan mail for other people, and have served as a ghost editor and writer.I'm currently employed as a producer for Blizzard Entertainment. As you can imagine, this does not leave me with a ton of free time. When I do get it and I'm not writing or playing the latest game, you'll probably find me on top of a mountain with a propane stove and a book. My husband and I are both hiking and camping enthusiasts.Other things I nerd out on: food, nutrition, ancient cultures, and American history.
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Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it 6 years ago
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, ""...
shadrachanki
shadrachanki rated it 10 years ago
As with any other short story anthology, there were some stories in this that I enjoyed more than others, both in style and content. The title story was...something of a forehead slapper once I figured out where things were going (and it did take me a bit, since I'm not that familiar with Scooby Doo...
wealhtheow
wealhtheow rated it 12 years ago
Marion Zimmer Bradley edited this lacklaster collection. None of the short stories excited me, but two were better than the rest: Jessie Eaker's "Bad Luck and Curses," and Dave Smeds's "Rusted Blade."
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