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TOC: ‘Rogues’ Edited by Gardner Dozois and George R.R. Martin

George R.R. Martin has posted the table of contents for his the upcoming anthology he co-edited with Gardner Dozois. It’s called Rogues and is their latest of “big cross-genre anthologies”:

Says Martin:

This one was an enormous amount of fun. We’re got something for everyone in ROGUES — SF, mystery, historical fiction, epic fantasy, sword and sorcery, comedy, tragedy, crime stories, mainstream. And rogues, cads, scalawags, con men, thieves, and scoundrels of all descriptions. If you love Harry Flashman and Cugel the Clever, as I do, this is the book for you.

If there’s any bloody justice, some of these stories will contend for awards.

Check out the star-studded table of contents:

  1. “Tough Times All Over” by Joe Abercrombie
  2. “What Do You Do?” by Gillian Flynn
  3. “The Inn of the Seven Blessings” by Matthew Hughes
  4. “Bent Twig” by Joe R. Lansdale
  5. “Tawny Petticoats” by Michael Swanwick
  6. “Provenance” by David Ball
  7. “The Roaring Twenties” by Carrie Vaughn
  8. “A Year and a Day in Old Theradane” by Scott Lynch
  9. “Bad Brass” by Bradley Denton
  10. “Heavy Metal” by Cherie Priest
  11. “The Meaning of Love” by Daniel Abraham
  12. “A Better Way to Die” by Paul Cornell
  13. “Ill Seen in Tyre” by Steven Saylor
  14. “A Cargo of Ivories” by Garth Nix
  15. “Diamonds From Tequila” by Walter Jon Williams
  16. “The Caravan to Nowhere” by Phyllis Eisenstein
  17. “The Curious Affair of the Dead Wives” by Lisa Tuttle
  18. “How the Marquis Got His Coat Back” by Neil Gaiman
  19. “Now Showing” by Connie Willis
  20. “The Lightning Tree” by Patrick Rothfuss
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5 Comments on TOC: ‘Rogues’ Edited by Gardner Dozois and George R.R. Martin

  1. That’s some lineup.

  2. Dave Thompson // May 14, 2013 at 9:47 am //

    Oh. My. God. Magnum.

    Yes, that’s an INCREDIBLE line-up. And that Neil Gaiman is finally going back to London Below makes me feel like a rebellious teenager in an evangelical university all over again.

  3. It’s about time there was an anthology about Sarah Palin.

  4. Kudos! I love this.

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