Table of Contents: THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF WARRIORS AND WIZARDRY Edited by Sean Wallace


Sean Wallace has sent along the table of contents for his upcoming anthology The Mammoth Book of Warriors and Wizardry:

Here’s the book description:

This is a stellar collection of short fantasy fiction from authors who have made an impact over the last decade, along with some bestselling favourites. These stories of life-and-death struggles and magical force, used for good and evil, by Elizabeth Bear, Jay Lake, Tanith Lee, K. J. Parker, Carrie Vaughn and many others provide thrills and entertainment aplenty.

Here’s the table of contents…

  1. “Small Magic” by Jay Lake
  2. “King Rainjoy’s Tears” by Chris Willrich
  3. “A Rich Full Week” by K.J. Parker
  4. “The Woman in Scarlet” by Tanith Lee
  5. “Flotsam” by Bradley P. Beaulieu
  6. “A Warrior’s Death” by Aliette de Bodard
  7. “A Siege of Cranes” by Benjamin Rosenbaum
  8. “Fox Bones. Many Uses.” by Alex Dally MacFarlane
  9. “Where Virtue Lives” by Saladin Ahmed
  10. “The Effigy Engine: A Tale of the Red Hats” by Scott Lynch
  11. “Strife Lingers in Memory” by Carrie Vaughn
  12. “A Sweet Calling” by Tony Pi
  13. “The Nacromancer” by N.K. Jemisin
  14. “Golden Daughter, Stone Wife” by Benjanun Sriduangkaew
  15. “Effigy Nights” by Yoon Ha Lee
  16. “Wearaway and Flambeau” by Matthew Hughes
  17. “At the Edge of Dying” by Mary Robinette Kowal
  18. “Vici” by Naomi Novik
  19. “Abjure the Realm” by Elizabeth Bear
  20. “The Word of Azrael” by Matthew David Surridge
  21. “Lady of the Ghost Willow” by Richard Parks
  22. “The Singing Spear” by James Enge
  23. “So Deep That the Bottom Could Not Be Seen” by Genevieve Valentine
  24. “Warrior Dreams” by Cinda Williams Chima
  25. “The Magician and the Maid and Other Stories” by Christie Yant

Book info as per Amazon US:

  • Paperback: 512 pages
  • Publisher: Running Press (November 11, 2014)
  • ISBN-10: 0762454660
  • ISBN-13: 978-0762454662

2 thoughts on “Table of Contents: THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF WARRIORS AND WIZARDRY Edited by Sean Wallace”

  1. Sounds like a good collection of stories, but it’s too bad about the blah cover. Doesn’t seem like much artistic thought went into it, and a painted cover in the class fantasy vein would have been striking.

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