Fiction River Presents: Writers Without Borders - Fiction River, Jane Yolen, Brenda Carre, Felicia Fredlund, Michèle Laframboise, JC Andrijeski, Melissa Yi, Eric Stocklassa, Rebecca M. Senese, Russ Crossley, T. D. Edge, Diana Deverell, Marcelle Dubé, Karen L. Abrahamson & Mark Leslie

Fiction River Presents: Writers Without Borders

By Fiction River, Jane Yolen, Brenda Carre, Felicia Fredlund, Michèle Laframboise, JC Andrijeski, Melissa Yi, Eric Stocklassa, Rebecca M. Senese, Russ Crossley, T. D. Edge, Diana Deverell, Marcelle Dubé, Karen L. Abrahamson & Mark Leslie

  • Release Date: 2017-08-31
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
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Fiction River Presents: Writers Without Borders Fiction River, Jane Yolen, Brenda Carre, Felicia Fredlund, Michèle Laframboise, JC Andrijeski, Melissa Yi, Eric Stocklassa, Rebecca M. Senese, Russ Crossley, T. D. Edge, Diana Deverell, Marcelle Dubé, Karen L. Abrahamson & Mark Leslie Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Fiction River crosses the border (and sometimes the galaxy) in this latest volume of Fiction River Presents. From a look into the Canadian side of World War II to the streets of London’s East End to worlds altogether alien, Writers Without Borders offers up international perspectives from Fiction River authors living outside the US. Spanning genre lines from historical mystery to fantasy to science fiction, this volume proves why Astro Guys says: “The Fiction River series is a wonderful mind-expanding read.”

Table of Contents

“Neutrality” by Karen L. Abrahamson

“Because” by Melissa Yi

“Dog Boy Remembers” by Jane Yolen

“The Red-Stained Wishing Tree” by Eric Stocklassa

“The Magnificent Citadel” by Rebecca M. Senese

“Impressions in the Snow” by Mark Leslie

“She Walks in Beauty” by Brenda Carre

“Magic and Sacrifice” by Felicia Fredlund

“Muggins Rules” by Russ Crossley

“Winning the Ocean Pearl” by T. D. Edge

“Blown” by Diana Deverell

“Closing the Big Bang” by Michèle Laframboise

“The Verdant Gene” by Marcelle Dubé

“The Moon was Bitter and Hungry” by JC Andrijeski

The settings for these stories are just as diverse as their authors. From the snows of Canada in deep winter, to the mean streets of New York, to London’s East End, these stories prove that the imagination has no bounds; Cultures may be different, but they need not divide us.

“[Fiction River] is one of the best and most exciting publications in the field today.”

—Adventures Fantastic

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