TOC: Warriors edited by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois

George R.R. Martin has posted the table of contents for Warriors, a military-themed cross-genre anthology he co-edited with Gardner Dozois:

  1. “The King of Norway” by Cecilia Holland
  2. “Forever Bound” by Joe Haldeman
  3. “The Triumph” by Robin Hobb
  4. “Clean Slate” by Lawrence Block
  5. “And Ministers of Grace” by Tad Williams
  6. “Soldierin'” by Joe Lansdale
  7. “Dirae” by Peter S. Beagle
  8. “The Eagle and the Rabbit” by Steven Saylor
  9. “Seven Years from Home” by Naomi Novik
  10. “The Custom of the Army” by Diana Gabaldon
  11. “The Pit” by James Rollins
  12. “Out of the Dark” by David Weber
  13. “The Girls from Avenger” by Carrie Vaughn
  14. “Ancient Ways” by S.M. Stirling
  15. “Ninieslando” by Howard Waldrop
  16. “Recidivist” by Gardner Dozois
  17. “My Name is Legion” by David Morrell
  18. “Defenders of the Frontier” by Robert Silverberg
  19. “The Scroll” by David Ball
  20. “The Mystery Knight” by George R.R. Martin

There’s also an introduction, Stories from the Spinner Rack, written by Martin.

[via Grasping for the Wind]

3 thoughts on “TOC: Warriors edited by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois”

  1. The fact that you list the contents of upcoming anthologies is one of favourite reasons for checking out this site. Among others. This particular anthology has a good half dozen or so authors that I would seriously consider buying this anthology for:Joe Haldeman, Robert Silverberg, Peter Beagle, Howard Waldrop and Cecelia Holland among them.

  2. I have mixed feelings about this. I love Waldrop, Silverberg, Haldeman, Martin, Lansdale,Block,Beagle and Dozois. But Gabaldon and Vaughn are too chick lit. And I have not liked anything by Rollins or Weber.

  3. Just ordered the book from Amazon. I look forward to checking out all these authors…there are many I have never read.  David Ball is a favorite and his books never disappoint.  I also enjoy the work of Cecelia Holland, GRRM and Joe Haldeman.  I loved the first book from Diana Gabaldon,  but lost interest in her many follow ups. 

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