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TOC: Songs of Love and Death edited by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois

George R.R. Martin has posted the table of contents to Songs of Love and Death: Tales of Star-Crossed Love, a cross-genre anthologies that he co-edited with Gardner Dozois that bends stories of fantasy, science fiction, and romance:

  1. “Love Hurts” by Jim Butcher [a Harry Dresden story]
  2. “The Marrying Maid” by Jo Beverly
  3. “Rooftops” by Carrie Vaughn
  4. “Hurt Me” by M.L.N. Hanover
  5. “Demon Lover” by Cecelia Holland
  6. “The Wayfarer’s Advice” by Melinda M. Snodgrass [an Imperials story]
  7. “Blue Boots” by Robin Hobb
  8. “The Thing About Cassandra” by Neil Gaiman
  9. “After the Blood” by Marjorie M. Liu
  10. “You and You Alone” by Jacqueline Carey [a Kushiel story]
  11. “His Wolf” by Lisa Tuttle
  12. “Courting Trouble” by Linnea Sinclair
  13. “The Demon Dancer” by Mary Jo Putney
  14. “Under/Above the Water” by Tanith Lee
  15. “Kashkia” by Peter S. Beagle
  16. “Man in the Mirror” by Yasmine Galenorn
  17. “A Leaf on the Wind of All Hallows” by Diana Gabaldon [an Outlander story]
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4 Comments on TOC: Songs of Love and Death edited by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois

  1. OMG!!!  It’s like they put this together just for me.  I will be eagerly awaiting this anthology.  I love Robin Hobb, Jo Beverly, Margorie M. Liu, and Jim Butcher. I ADORE Mary Jo Putney.  Neil Gaiman and Peter S. Beagle too?  So creative and a great draw!

  2. What an awesome lineup. Go Linnea Sinclair, woot!

  3. sheldon2.0 // January 14, 2010 at 9:48 pm //

    I like the list,  I would like to see “The Dragon Prince” by Melanie Rawn. It is one of the most powerful fantasy love stories I have ever read.

  4. Erik FitzGerald // July 3, 2010 at 7:14 am //

    This should be good. Great authors, gotta pick this and Warriors up. Am I the only one who would wish Martin would stop doing this anthology stuff and maybe. . . I duont know . . . FINISH HIS SERIES. Just a passing thought. Looking forward to this anthology though.

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