The Greater Death of Saito Saku single work   short story   fantasy  
Issue Details: First known date: 2005 2005
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'At once an epic action showpiece and an ode to the passing of time and to the maintaining of honour up until death, Harland’s hero is Saito Saku, a samurai warrior and appointed protector of his village, who sets out to fight a final, fateful battle against a colossal fire beast (Tim Kroenert, Australian Speculative Fiction in Focus).

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  • Appears in:
    y Daikaiju! : Giant Monster Tales Robert Hood (editor), Robin Pen (editor), Wollongong : Agog! Press , 2005 Z1249468 2005 anthology short story fantasy science fiction horror

    Daikaiju, meaning 'giant monsters,' is a predominantly Australian anthology with a few international authors. It comprises stories that fall within the specualtive fiction genres of science fiction, fantasy and horror, along with several works that fall into the category of humour. An essay titled "A Brief History of the Larger-than-Life" by Brian Thomas is also included.

    Non-Australian contributors are: J. M. Shiloh, Cody Goodfellow, D. G. Valdron, Skip Peel, Eric Shapiro, Paul Finch, George Thomas, Stephen Mark Rainey, Doug Wood, Frank Wu, and Brian Thomas.

    Wollongong : Agog! Press , 2005
    pg. 213-230
  • Appears in:
    y Australian Dark Fantasy and Horror : Volume One Angela Challis (editor), Shane Jiraiya Cummings (editor), Woodvale : Brimstone Press , 2006 Z1342225 2006 anthology short story essay fantasy horror

    Australian Dark Fantasy and Horror 2006 comprises twelve short stories and five essays of a diverse nature. The fiction ranges from unsettling to frightening, and from the humorous to sad, serving up encounters with zombies, killer glaciers, tortured inventors and samurai heroes among other subjects.

    Woodvale : Brimstone Press , 2006
    pg. 144-154
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