Tag Archives: Short Story Collection

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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Review: To Hold Up the Sky by Liu Cixin

To Hold Up the Sky is a collection of short stories written by the one and only, Liu Cixin. As with the rest of her works, these stories dive into a world of science fiction that only Liu Cixin could dream up. Continue reading

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Review: A Universe of Wishes: A We Need Diverse Books Anthology

A Universe of Wishes is another amazing anthology that I cannot recommend enough to science fiction and fantasy fans out there. It contains fifteen short stories, all with the single minded focus of celebrated own-voices, diversity, and representation. Continue reading

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Review: The Midnight Circus by Jane Yolen

The Midnight Circus is the latest collection of Jane Yolen’s works, and as such you just know that I had to read it. This is a collection of some (note: only some) of her fantasy works, many of which have a historical or darker edge. Continue reading

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Review: Passages (Tales of Valdemar #14) Edited by Mercedes Lackey

Are you a fan of Mercedes Lackey’s Tales of Valdemar series? Do you love the world, and all of the rich details included within? Then this is a short story collection worth checking out, as there are over a dozen stories set in this world, all written by different authors. Continue reading

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Review: Vampires Never Get Old: Tales with Fresh Bite

Included in this anthology are: Seven Nights for Dying by Tessa Gratton, The Boys From Blood River by Rebecca Roanhorse, Senior Year Sucks by Julie Murphy, The Boy and the Bell by Heidi Helig, A Guidebook for the Newly Sired Desi Vampire by Samira Ahmed, In Kind by Kayla Whaley, Vampires Never Say Die by Zoraida Cordova and Natalie C. Parker, Bestiary by Laura Ruby, Mirrors, Windows, & Selfies by Mark Osbiro, The House of Black Sapphires by Dhonielle Clayton, and First Kill by Victoria (V.E.) Schwab. Continue reading

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Review: SLAY: Stories of the Vampire Noire

Slay is a massive collection of, well, vampire stories, Each and every one of them is focused on and celebrates the African Diaspora. Continue reading

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Review: Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Stories of Light and Dark

Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Stories of Light and Dark is a collection of short stories set in the Star Wars universe (in case that wasn’t obvious). This collection is much like the animated series, showcasing smaller moments within a much larger time frame. Continue reading

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Review: Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman

Are you a fan of Neil Gaiman? And are you also a fan of Norse mythology – such as the lore of Thor, Odin, and Loki? In that case, this is absolutely a novel you’re going to want to check out. Norse Mythology is Neil Gaiman’s take on well…Norse mythology! (duh). Continue reading

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Review: Tales of the Peculiar by Ransom Riggs

Tales of the Peculiar is a collection of short stories or lore from the world of the Peculiars. It fits into the Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children series, and could even be considered a prequel. Though I personally would read the first few novels first, since they add so much context to the world. Continue reading

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