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    y separately published work icon Red Spikes Margo Lanagan , Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2006 Z1316986 2006 selected work short story young adult horror fantasy (taught in 2 units) Ten stories that take place in worlds not quite our own and yet each one illuminates what it is to be human. Ages 14+. (Source: Trove) New York (City) : Knopf , 2007 pg. 43-57
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    y separately published work icon The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror : Twentieth Annual Collection Ellen Datlow (editor), Gavin J. Grant (editor), Kelly Link (editor), New York (City) : St. Martin's Griffin , 2007 Z1912912 2007 anthology short story fantasy horror

    Comprising more than forty stories and poems from almost as many contributors, the 2007 edition of The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, features the strangest, the funniest, the darkest, the sharpest, and the most original in both genres. The anthology also includes summations of the field by the editors complemented by articles by Edward Bryant, Charles de Lint, and Jeff VanderMeer which highlight the best of the fantastic in media, music, and comics, as well as honourable mentions—notable works that didn’t quite make the cut, but are nonetheless worthy of attention.

    The Australian contributors are Kaaron Warren, Lee Battersby, Margo Lanagan and Terry Dowling.

    New York (City) : St. Martin's Griffin , 2007
    pg. 221-228
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