The Best of Beneath Ceaseless Skies Online Magazine, Year One

The Best of Beneath Ceaseless Skies Online Magazine Year One Fourteen short stories of literary adventure fantasy from Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine Features authors Marie Brennan Richard Parks and Campbell Award finalist Aliette de Bodard Includes

  • Title: The Best of Beneath Ceaseless Skies Online Magazine, Year One
  • Author: Scott H. Andrews Chris Willrich Aliette de Bodard Sarah L. Edwards Holly Phillips Yoon Ha Lee Tony Pi Marie Brennan
  • ISBN: 2940000823347
  • Page: 113
  • Format: Nook
  • Fourteen short stories of literary adventure fantasy from Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine Features authors Marie Brennan, Richard Parks, and Campbell Award finalist Aliette de Bodard Includes Thieves of Silence by Holly Phillips, named to Locus s 2009 Recommended Reading List, and Father s Kill by Christopher Green, winner of the 2009 Aurealis Award for BestFourteen short stories of literary adventure fantasy from Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine Features authors Marie Brennan, Richard Parks, and Campbell Award finalist Aliette de Bodard Includes Thieves of Silence by Holly Phillips, named to Locus s 2009 Recommended Reading List, and Father s Kill by Christopher Green, winner of the 2009 Aurealis Award for Best Fantasy Short Story.
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    • Esther says:

      Back when Beneath Ceaseless Skies first launched I used to read the online stories fairly regularly. Over time, work plus not wanting to read so much on-screen meant that I lost track of the publication.Reading this anthology reconnected me with the publication and I'm really glad it did. I remember stories like Marie Brennan's "Driftwood" and "The Tinyman and Caroline" with great fondness. Most of the stories were new to me and I pretty much enjoyed all of them. A particular stand-out would hav [...]

    • Charles says:

      Quite a few good stories, but also a few that should have been left out of this "Best of" anthology. "Thieves of Silence", "The Tinyman and Caroline", and "The Sword of Loving Kindness" are excellent. "Blighted Heart", "Dragon's Eyes", "Driftwood", "The Mansion of Bones," "Silk and Shadow" and "The Alchemist's Feather" were quite good. "Kreisler's Automata" was pretentious and "The Mathematics of Faith" was poorly crafted.

    • Fantasy Literature says:

      Issue 131 is the fifth anniversary issue of Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and it has five extraordinary tales. The first is “Cherry Blossoms on the River of Souls” by Richard Parks. Parks’ tales, usually set in an unnamed Asian country that bears a close resemblance to Japan, often deal with characters who need to find themselves. This tale is no different. Hiroshi, a boy, tends to stare down a dry well in much of his free time, for to him the well is full of music. No one else can hear it, tho [...]

    • Dan Smyth says:

      Gave up on reading this anthology after about halfway through. It was just way too literary for me. Tons of stuff that doesn't make sense. Loads of stories that don't have endings. It just wasn't for me.

    • M says:

      This anthology has a lot of excellent stories in it, and there are a few where I'd be very interested in reading more set in the same universe.

    • Paul says:

      Just read it. Then read the magazine. Then wonder how they can bear the pain of selecting the best of such good work. They're all this good. I'll have to put year two on my to read list.

    • Judi Moore says:

      Especially the opening story by Chris Willrich.

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