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review 2015-06-30 21:19
A Quick Review of Long Hidden
Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction from the Margins of History - 'Christi, 'Kima Jones', 'Benjamin Parzybok', 'Michael Janairo', 'Jamey Hatley', 'Robert William Iveniuk', 'L.S. Johnson', 'Claire Humphrey', 'Meg Jayanth', 'Rion Amilcar Scott', 'Sunny Moraine', 'S Lynn', 'Tananarive Due', 'Thoraiya Dyer','Sofia Samatar'

A strong collection of hidden histories, full of magic and myth that doesn't always get seen. Not every story was pleasing or easy to read but the collection was more worth the time to read.

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review 2014-07-03 14:17
Crossed Genres Magazine 2.0 Issue 12: Yo... Crossed Genres Magazine 2.0 Issue 12: Young Adult - Bart R. Leib,Kay T. Holt,Jessi Cole Jackson,Sandra M. Odell,K.C. Norton

Very good writing (and A+ as always for diversity), but unfortunately the stories are mere vignettes - slices of life, rather than actual stories with plots and a beginning and ending. Having read previous crossed genres issues this came as kind of a disappointing surprise. Not what I was expecting. :(



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review 2010-02-13 00:00
Crossed Genres Year One - Bart R. Leib,Kay T. Holt,C.L. Rossman,Marilou Goodwin,Jeremy Zimmerman,Adam King,Jill Afzelius,Amanda Lord,Nathan Crowder,Jennifer D. Munro,Erika Tracy,Camille Alexa,M. Palmer,Melissa S. Green,Nicc Balce,Jill Cooper This is an anthology of stories from the first year of Crossed Genre magazine. There is one story from each of the first twelve issues. Check out the magazine at http://crossedgenres.com/Each issue had a theme, the themes are listed in the table of contents, but I wish the themes had been identified on the first page of each story. These stories were too short to give much description of each one without spoilers. My favorites were:Back to the Beginning by Marilou Goodwin; Great world building, I really liked the characters and I want the rest of the story. The Bat and the Blitz by Erika TracyThe Good Old-Fashioned Kind of Water by Camille AlexaThe Condiment Wars by Jill Afzelius is funny with Ketchup and Mustard on a quest to find Relish. Thee were some good ideas here, but mostly they were just too short. If I like the characters, I want to read more. I received this through the first-reads program.
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