Table of Contents: FEARSOME MAGICS Edited by Jonathan Strahan

Jonathan Strahan has posted the table of contents for his upcoming anthology Fearsome Magics.

Here’s the book description:

A cabinet of magic! A cavalcade of wonder! A collection of stories both strange and wondrous, of tales filled with wild adventure and strange imaginings. Fearsome Magics, the second New Solaris Book of Fantasy, is all these things and more. It is, we think, one of the best books you will read all year.

Award-winning editor Jonathan Strahan has invited some of the best and most exciting writers working in fantasy today to let their imaginations run wild and to deliver stories that will thrill and awe, delight and amuse. And above all, stories that are filled with fearsome magic! Authors set to take part in Fearsome Magics include Christopher Priest, Garth Nix, Catherynne M. Valente, Ellen Klages, Isobelle Carmody, Nalo Hopkinson, Frances Hardinge, Scott Lynch, Robert Shearman, Justina Robson, Christopher Rowe, Karin Tidbeck, K J Parker, and Justina Robson.

Here’s the table of contents…
(A larger version of the cover appears below)

  1. “The Dun Letter” by Christopher Rowe
  2. “Home is the Haunter (A Sir Hereward and Mr Fitz story)” by Garth Nix
  3. “Grigori’s Solution” by Isobelle Carmody
  4. “Dream London Hospital” by Tony Ballantyne
  5. “Safe House” by K J Parker
  6. “Hey Presto!” by Ellen Klages
  7. “The Changeling” by James Bradley
  8. “Migration” by Karin Tidbeck
  9. “On Skybolt Mountain” by Justina Robson
  10. “Where Our Edges Lie” by Nina Kiriki Hoffman
  11. “Devil’s Bridge” by Frances Hardinge
  12. “The Nursery Corner” by Kaaron Warren
  13. “Aberration” by Genevieve Valentine
  14. “Ice in the Bedroom” by Robert Shearman

Book info as per Amazon US:

  • Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Solaris (October 7, 2014)
  • ISBN-10: 1781082138
  • ISBN-13: 978-1781082133

One thought on “Table of Contents: FEARSOME MAGICS Edited by Jonathan Strahan”

  1. Looks awesome. Of all the newer SF/F publishers, I love Solaris the most. They put out consistently terrific material based on my reading experience, much more reliable than either Orbit or Angry Robot.

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