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Issue Details: First known date: 2006... 2006 A Fine Magic
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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Eidolon 1 Jonathan Strahan (editor), Jeremy G. Byrne (editor), North Perth : Eidolon Publications , 2006 Z1350848 2006 anthology short story science fiction fantasy

    Eidolon: the Journal of Australian Science Fiction and Fantasy delivered groundbreaking work by some of speculative fiction's biggest names during the 1990s. In this original anthology, editors Strahan and Byrne present 17 stories that range from powerful, moving and disturbing to funny. The authors are World Fantasy Award Winners Margo Lanagan and Jeff VanderMeer; Hugo and Nebula Award winner Eleanor Arnason; Campbell Award winner Elizabeth Bear; and Nebula and Campbell nominee Tim Pratt; along with Hal Duncan, Lucy Sussex, Kim Westwood, Holly Phillips, Carol Ryles, Grace Dugan, Deborah Biancotti, Simon Brown, Chris Lawson, Alistair Ong, Deborah Roggie and William R. Eakin.

    North Perth : Eidolon Publications , 2006
    pg. 71-80
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Yellowcake Margo Lanagan , Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2011 Z1768834 2011 selected work short story young adult

    'Yellow Cake brings together another ten short stories from this extraordinarily talented writer - each of them fiercely original and quietly heartbreaking.

    'Ranging from fantasy and fairy tale to horror and stark reality, what pervades these stories is the sense of humanity. The people of Lanagan's worlds face trials, temptations and degradations. They swoon and suffer and even kill for love. In a dangerous world, they seek the solace and strength that comes from family and belonging.

    'These are stories to be savoured slowly and pondered deeply because they cut to the very heart of who we are.'

    Source: Publisher's blurb (UK ed.).

    Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2011
    pg. 51-64
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