The Years Best Fantasy Stories 11

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  • Paperback
  • 238 pages
  • The Years Best Fantasy Stories 11
  • Arthur W. Saha
  • English
  • 20 September 2017
  • 0886770971

The Years Best Fantasy Stories 11 Contents Introduction Arthur W Saha Draco, Draco Tanith Lee Harvest Child Steve Rasnic Tem Love Among The Xoids John Sladek Stoneskin John Morressy Unmistakably The Finest Scott Bradfield The Foxwife Jane Yolen Golden Apples Of The Sun Originally Published As Virgin Territory Gardner R Dozois, Jack M Dann And Michael Swanwick My Rose And My Glove Harvey Jacobs Strange Shadows Clark Ashton Smith A Little Two Chair Barber Shop On Phillips Street Donald R Burleson Taking Heart Stephen L Burns The Storm David Morrell A Cabin On The Coast Gene Wolfe

10 thoughts on “The Years Best Fantasy Stories 11

  1. Oedipuss Wrecks says:

    After a dark winter s slump of non reading, The Year s Best Fantasy Stories 11 was exactly what I needed The cover alone deserves a five star rating I d buy a print and hang it on one of my walls if I could The stories between the covers are a bituneven.By far, the best of the bunch are the Lee and the Wolfe Draco, Draco deserves a place in any dragon themed anthology now and forever A Cabin on the Coast is a bit too mean for my tastes, but I like that it is not at all sentimental After a dark winter s slump of non reading, The Year s Best Fantasy Stories 11 was exactly what I needed The cover alone deserves a five star rating I d buy a print and hang it on one of my walls if I could The stories between the covers are a bituneven.By far, the best of the bunch are the Lee and the Wolfe Draco, Draco deserves a place in any dragon themed anthology now and forever A Cabin on the Coast is a bit too mean for my tastes, but I like that it is not at all sentimental or cute about faerie folk.The rest of the stories that I rate a two are all good entertainments I m a little bit miserly in handing out stars My Rose and My Glove is probably my favorite of this bunch Its meditation on the tyranny of nostalgia and the independent life of objects seems to me the most relevant to today s current cultural climate.I m not sure quite what to make of the Clark Ashton Smith in that it starts as a sort of warning against alcohol abuse, but ends with the idea that maybe all of this heavy drinking has given a man a wild kind of superpower.The one stars are stories that I had to skim and couldn t make it through for various reasons Bleh Draco, Draco Tanith Lee A Cabin on the Coast Gene Wolfe Harvest Child Steve Rasnic Tem Love Among the Xoids John Sladek Stoneskin John Morressy The Foxwife Jane Yolen Golden Apples of the Sun originally published as Virgin Territory Gardner R Dozois, Jack M Dann and Michael Swanwick My Rose and My Glove Harvey Jacobs Strange Shadows Clark Ashton Smith Unmistakably the Finest Scott Bradfield A Little Two Chair Barber Shop on Phillips Street Donald R Burleson Taking Heart Stephen L Burns The Storm David Morrell

  2. K. Axel says:

    This anthology features some of my favorite authors, like Tanith Lee and Michael Swanwick This is just another anthology with the best fantasy stories from a whole year 1985, I believe , this is of course very subjective to the editor who chose them, but I do agree that there are a few really good stories in this one.