TOC: ‘The Fearsome Journeys: The New Solaris Book of Fantasy’ Edited by Jonathan Strahan

Jonathan Strahan has posted the table of contents for his upcoming anthology The Fearsome Journeys: The New Solaris Book of Fantasy:

Here’s the book description:

A brand new series brignig you Fantasy stories from some of the biggest and most exciting names in the genre! The authors appearing in the launch volume include Trudi Canavan, Elizabeth Bear, Daniel Abraham, Kate Elliott, Saladin Ahmed, Glen Cook, Scott Lynch,Catherynne M. Valente, Ellen Klages, Ellen Kushner & Ysabeau Wilce, Jeffrey Ford, Robert Redick and KJ Parker.
An amazing array of the most popular and exciting names in Fantasy are set to appear in the first in a brand new series of Fantasy anthologies featuring original fiction, from the master editor Jonathan Strahan. The authors Daniel Abraham, Saladin Ahmed, Elizabeth Bear, Trudi Canavan, Glen Cook, and Scott Lynch are just a handful of the exciting names lined up to appear in this collection.

Here’s the table of contents…

  • “The Effigy Engine: A Tale of the Red Hats” by Scott Lynch
  • “Amethyst, Shadow, and Light” by Saladin Ahmed
  • “Camp Follower” by Trudi Canavan
  • “The Dragonslayer of Merebarton” by K.J. Parker
  • “Leaf and Branch and Grass and Vine” by Kate Eliot
  • “Spirits of Salt: A Tale of the Coral Sword” by Jeffrey Ford
  • “Forever People” by Robert V.S. Redick
  • “Sponda the Suet Girl and the Secret of the French Pearl” by Ellen Klages
  • “Shaggy Dog Bridge: A Black Company Story” by Glen Cook
  • “The Ghost Makers” by Elizabeth Bear
  • “One Last, Great Adventure” by Ellen Kushner & Ysabeau Wilce
  • “The High King Dreaming” by Daniel Abraham

Book info as per Amazon US:

  • Mass Market Paperback: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Solaris (May 28, 2013)
  • ISBN-10: 1781081182
  • ISBN-13: 978-1781081181

3 thoughts on “TOC: ‘The Fearsome Journeys: The New Solaris Book of Fantasy’ Edited by Jonathan Strahan”

  1. I will be picking up a copy of this when it comes out. And I won’t wait so long to read it. I just finished Edge of Infinity today, which I picked up on release day, but didn’t get around to until recently when perusing the archives here and reading Paul Weimer’s excellent review.

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