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Issue Details: First known date: 2000 2000
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A tongue-in-cheek parady on the fantasy genre, "My New Really Epic Fantasy Series" is essentially a pitch for a forty-seven book series chock-full of every possible fantasy cliché.

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  • Appears in:
    y Swancon 2000 Anna Hepworth (editor), Grant Watson (editor), John Parker (editor), Perth : Western Australian Science Fiction Foundation , 2000 Z1777046 2000 anthology short story science fiction fantasy horror children's Perth : Western Australian Science Fiction Foundation , 2000 pg. 33-35
  • Appears in:
    y Across the Wall : A Tale of the Abhorsen and Other Stories Across the Wall : Tales of the Old Kingdom and Elsewhere Garth Nix , New York (City) : EOS , 2005 Z1204749 2005 selected work short story novella fantasy young adult

    'Nicholas Sayre will do anything to get across the Wall. Thoughts of Lirael and Sam haunt his dreams, and he has come to realize that his destiny lies with them, in the Old Kingdom. But here in Ancelstierre, Nick faces an obstacle that is not entirely human, with a strange power that seems to come from Nicholas himself.

    With "Nicholas Sayre and the Creature in the Case," Garth Nix continues to explore the magical world of the Abhorsen Trilogy. In additional short stories that range from two widely different takes on the Merlin myth to a gritty urban version of Hansel and Gretel and a heartbreaking story of children and war, Garth Nix displays the range and versatility that has made him one of today's leading writers of fantasy for readers of all ages' (Amazon).

    New York (City) : EOS , 2005
    pg. 349-360
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