Category Archives: Anthology

Review: Reclaim the Stars Anthology

Who can resist an anthology full of magical realism and stars? I certainly can’t. Reclaim the Stars consists of seventeen short stories, all of which are centered around one main subject: space and the stars beyond. That is not the only element tying these stories together, as they all feature the Latin American diaspora. In other words – this is an absolute must-read! Continue reading

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Review: Serendipity by Marissa Meyer and Various Authors

Serendipity is the latest anthology that caught my attention. I’ll confess that it was originally the Jane Austen fan in me that dragged my eyes to this cover. However, the lead and contributing authors were more than enough to keep me invested. Continue reading

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Review: The Way Spring Arrives and Other Stories Anthology

I sincerely believe that The Way Spring Arrives and Other Stories Anthology is the biggest work of love and passion I’ve seen in quite some time. This anthology collects nineteen short stories exploring Chinese science fiction and fantasy. Continue reading

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Review: Screams from the Dark Anthology

Screams from the Dark is a horror anthology consisting of twenty-nine terrifying and thrilling short stories. This is one of the better anthologies I’ve read this year, though perhaps I only feel this way because it is precisely what I’ve been craving. Either way, I was delighted to find this book in my mailbox. Continue reading

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Review: Boundaries by Mercedes Lackey

anthology written by those who love the series very much. Honestly, I love that Mercedes Lackey (and the publisher, DAW) allow for this to happen. Not only must it be a delight to fellow authors and fans, but it lets the world become a little bit bigger each and every time. For those that are curious, this makes the fifteenth anthology in the series. Continue reading

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Review: Even Greater Mistakes by Charlie Jane Anders

I am a massive fan of Charlie Jane Anders and the fantastic fictional worlds she creates. Naturally, I was tickled to hear that she has written an anthology, Even Greater Mistakes. If you’re looking for a wild collection from various worlds and ideas, this is the perfect read for you. Continue reading

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Review: Snow White Learns Witchcraft by Theodora Goss, Jane Yolen

Snow White Learns Witchcraft is a compilation of short stories and poems written by Theodora Goss. There’s an introduction written by Jane Yolen, which is admittedly the whole reason this collection ended up on my radar in the first place (thank you for that). Continue reading

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Review: When a Stranger Comes to Town

When a Stranger Comes to Town is a collection of mystery and thriller short stories and was edited by Michael Koryta. Though I imagine it’s the promise of another Joe Hill short story that will have caught many reader’s attention (as well as all of the other amazing authors in this anthology). Continue reading

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Review: Octavia E. Butler: Kindred, Fledgling, Collected Stories

Octavia E. Butler is a foundational author of science fiction – yet I had never had the pleasure of reading her works. Not until very recently. Horrible of me, I know. When I saw Octavia E. Butler: Kindred, Fledgling, Collected Stories, I knew that this was my chance to finally correct that mistake. Continue reading

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Hear Me Roar

Hear Me Roar is the latest short story collection edited and curated by Rhonda Parrish. This time around, the focus is all about strong female leads, and dragons. Of course there had to be dragons involved. Continue reading

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