Isaac Asimov's Fantasy!

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Isaac Asimov's Fantasy!

Isaac Asimov s Fantasy This anthology contains And Who Would Pity a Swan by Connie Willis The Storming of Annie Kinsale by Lucius Shepard Greek by Leigh Kennedy A Surfeit of Melancholic Humours by Sharon N Farber Close of N

  • Title: Isaac Asimov's Fantasy!
  • Author: Shawna McCarthy
  • ISBN: 9780385230179
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This anthology contains And Who Would Pity a Swan by Connie Willis The Storming of Annie Kinsale by Lucius Shepard Greek by Leigh Kennedy A Surfeit of Melancholic Humours by Sharon N Farber Close of Night by Daphne Castell What Seen but the Wolf by Gregg Keizer Galatea by Kristi Olesen How F Scott Fitzgerald Became Beloved in Springfield by George Alec Effinger This anthology contains And Who Would Pity a Swan by Connie Willis The Storming of Annie Kinsale by Lucius Shepard Greek by Leigh Kennedy A Surfeit of Melancholic Humours by Sharon N Farber Close of Night by Daphne Castell What Seen but the Wolf by Gregg Keizer Galatea by Kristi Olesen How F Scott Fitzgerald Became Beloved in Springfield by George Alec Effinger Chand Veda by Tanith Lee The Fire at Sarrah Siddons by Robert Thurston The Rim of the Wheel by Lillian Stewart Carl The Laughter of Elves by Juleen Brantingham Closing Time by George R R Martin Son of the Morning by Ian McDowell and The Big Dream by John Kessel.Contents 10 The Storming of Annie Kinsale 1984 interior artwork by Nicholas Jainschigg10 The Storming of Annie Kinsale 1984 shortstory by Lucius Shepard29 Greek 1983 shortstory by Leigh Kennedy29 Greek 1983 interior artwork by James T Ceribello42 A Surfeit of Melancholic Humours 1984 novelette by Sharon N Farber42 A Surfeit of Melancholic Humours 1984 interior artwork by Ron Lindahn62 Still Life with Scorpion 1984 shortstory by Scott Baker62 Still Life with Scorpion 1984 interior artwork by Nicholas Jainschigg as by Nick Jainschigg 77 Close of Night 1984 shortstory by Daphne Castell77 Close of Night 1984 interior artwork by Laura Lakey and Artifact92 Street Magic 1984 interior artwork by Bob Walters as by Robert Walters 93 Street Magic 1984 shortstory by Ron Goulart106 What Seen but the Wolf 1984 interior artwork by Gary Freeman107 What Seen but the Wolf 1984 novelette by Gregg Keizer137 Galatea 1984 interior artwork by Arthur George137 Galatea 1984 shortstory by Kristi Olesen148 How F Scott Fitzgerald Became Beloved in Springfield 1984 novelette by George Alec Effinger148 How F Scott Fitzgerald Became Beloved in Springfield 1984 interior artwork by Arthur George168 The Leopard s Daughter 1984 novelette by Lee Killough168 The Leopard s Daughter 1984 interior artwork by Gary Freeman187 Chand Veda 1983 shortstory by Tanith Lee187 Chand Veda 1983 interior artwork by Odbert199 The Fire at Sarah Siddons 1984 shortstory by Robert Thurston199 The Fire at Sarah Siddons 1984 interior artwork by Val Lakey Lindahn as by Val Lindahn 214 The Rim of the Wheel 1984 novelette by Lillian Stewart Carl214 The Rim of the Wheel 1984 interior artwork by Judy Mitchell234 The Laughter of Elves 1984 shortstory by Juleen Brantingham234 The Laughter of Elves 1984 interior artwork by Laura Lakey and Artifact246 The Power of the Press 1983 interior artwork by Richard Crist247 The Power of the Press 1983 novelette by Richard Kearns268 Closing Time interior artwork by OBI and Odbert269 Closing Time 1982 shortstory by George R R Martin279 And Who Would Pity a Swan 1985 shortstory by Connie Willis279 And Who Would Pity a Swan 1985 interior artwork by George Thompson292 Son of the Morning 1983 interior artwork by Val Lakey Lindahn as by Val Lindahn 293 Son of the Morning 1983 novelette by Ian McDowell314 The Big Dream 1984 interior artwork by Hank Jankus315 The Big Dream 1984 novelette by John Kessel

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    1. Mary JL on said:

      A collection of 19 fantasy tales, all dating from the 1980's from Asimov's science fiction magazine.There are three top- notch tales 1)The Storming of Annie Kinsale--A tale off witchcraft in modern Ireland--but not your typical witch--by Lucius Shephard. 2) What Seen But the World--by Gregg Keizer. A well written tale of a werewolf--set on an ancient Viking longship. 3) The Leopard's Daughter--by Lee Killough. A story set in very ancient Africa--great writing and good characterization. I don't w [...]

    2. SBC on said:

      From the LocusMag index:Isaac Asimov’s Fantasy! ed. Shawna McCarthy (Ace 0-441-05499-4, Jan ’90 [Dec ’89], $3.95, 264pp, pb, cover by David Archer) Reprint (Dial 1985) anthology of fantasy stories that first appeared in Asimov’s. This is an abridged edition containing only 15 of the 19 stories in the first edition.1 · The Storming of Annie Kinsale · Lucius Shepard · ss IASFM Sep ’8419 · Greek · Leigh Kennedy · ss IASFM Oct ’8332 · A Surfeit of Melancholic Humours · Sharon N. [...]

    3. Dean on said:

      Pretty uninspiring set of short stories. I read the ones that others had recommended and a few more, but if they are the good ones, I don't think I will bother with the rest. Chand Veda and Closing Time were okay though and would deserve 3 stars on their own merit.Oddly, my book (an old version that I can't remember the origins of) doesn't have at least one of the stories a reviewer mentioned so I assume there must have been slightly different versions of the book.

    4. Amy on said:

      This was a nice collection of short stories. Obviously some stories are better than others, but I thought the overall quality pretty high. On the whole I found them a little dark, but there was a nice mix. I especially liked Chand Veda by Tanith Lee and The Storming of Annie Kinsale by Lucius Shepard. Closing Time by George R. R. Martin was pretty nice too, a very compact and quirky story.

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