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took a bite out the sun

"Abjure the Realm"--what was probably the very first published story (there was a complete mess of a trunk novella written in 1994. We don't talk about it.) set in the world that eventually developed into the Eternal Sky--is being reprinted in the forthcoming anthology Men In Impractical Armor... I mean, Warriors and Wizardry... along with a really impressive slate of others. Forthcoming November 11th!



(via Table of Contents: THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF WARRIORS AND WIZARDRY Edited by Sean Wallace - SF Signal)

Here’s the table of contents…

“Small Magic” by Jay Lake
“King Rainjoy’s Tears” by Chris Willrich
“A Rich Full Week” by K.J. Parker
“The Woman in Scarlet” by Tanith Lee
“Flotsam” by Bradley P. Beaulieu
“A Warrior’s Death” by Aliette de Bodard
“A Siege of Cranes” by Benjamin Rosenbaum
“Fox Bones. Many Uses.” by Alex Dally MacFarlane
“Where Virtue Lives” by Saladin Ahmed
“The Effigy Engine: A Tale of the Red Hats” by Scott Lynch
“Strife Lingers in Memory” by Carrie Vaughn
“A Sweet Calling” by Tony Pi
“The Necromancer” by N.K. Jemisin
“Golden Daughter, Stone Wife” by Benjanun Sriduangkaew
“Effigy Nights” by Yoon Ha Lee
“Wearaway and Flambeau” by Matthew Hughes
“At the Edge of Dying” by Mary Robinette Kowal
“Vici” by Naomi Novik
“Abjure the Realm” by Elizabeth Bear
“The Word of Azrael” by Matthew David Surridge
“Lady of the Ghost Willow” by Richard Parks
“The Singing Spear” by James Enge
“So Deep That the Bottom Could Not Be Seen” by Genevieve Valentine
“Warrior Dreams” by Cinda Williams Chima
“The Magician and the Maid and Other Stories” by Christie Yant

Comments

The chest hair and the chain mail...ow. Ow. It's like wearing one of those Epi hair remover gadgets.

But YAAAYYY for awesome sword & sorcery anthology!
Yeah, I had the exact same reaction, even before I saw the Men in Impractical Armor line. Makes me feel sorry for the model!
The title makes me think of a certain Steeleye Span song, though I don't know if that is your intent. In any case--congrats!

Also, I am all for men in impractical armor that shows off their chest hair. I mean. What?
Several authors I like, a few more that I tentatively like on the basis of limited exposure, and a number of names that are new to me. Sounds like a winner!