This anthology edited by Martin Greenberg and Larry Seagrif includes a short story of mine called The Jewel and the Demon.It’s set on the world of Jalna from the Sholan Alliance Series, but no Sholans in it, I’m afraid. A Janlnian Mage and a “small but very real demon” instead this time. See Jalna throught the eyes of Mouse, one of the inhabitants of this exotic, alien world.I plan to do more stories about Mouse and her demon friend, and eventually she will have a novel all to herself.
This anthology edited by Martin Greenberg includes a short story of mine called The Wild Hunt. My story is about the old Merlin passing on his position to a very different successor!
This anthology edited by Martin Greenberg and Larry Seagrif includes a short story of mine called To Catch a Thief This is the second story about Mouse, the young thief who suddenly finds herself an apprentice magic user and heir – to a small but very real demon.
Swords Against the Millennium
First Published September 2000
This anthology edited by Mike Chinn also includes the short story of mine called To Catch a Thief.
This anthology edited by Jean Rabe and Martin Greenberg includes a short story of mine called Warrior in the Mist.
The Mutant Files
This anthology edited by Martin Greenberg and John Helfers includes a short story of mine called Paintbox.
DAW 30th Anniversary Science Fiction Anthology
This anthology edited by Elizabeth Wollheim, Sheila Gilbert and Betsy Wollheim includes a short story of mine called Return to Shola.
This anthology edited by Martin Greenberg and Steven Silver includes a short story of mine called The Jewel and the Demon.
First Published September 2005
Fourteen original tales from fantastic authors that perfectly blend cats and fantasy in popular fables with a magically feline twist. From a cat genie who has a problem fulfilling human wishes, to the quest which only Sleeping Beauty’s cat can complete, to a feline desperately seeking to best the devil, these fables are sure to please lovers of cats and fantasy.
Women of War
First Published July 2005
In the real world, many women are still struggling for equality, but science fiction and fantasy provide a stage for the portrayal of women who have come fully into their own. Here, a talented group of writers has taken up the challenge of creating strong, well-rounded female protagonists, more than able to defend themselves and take the helm–whether in space, on distant worlds, in our own future, or in fantasy realms where a civilization’s fate hangs in the balance.
Fantasy Gone Wrong
First Published September 2006
Everyone knows that heroes should triumph, dragons should be slain, and maidens should be rescued. But what if things don’t go according to plan?
Here are 16 fun tales of magic gone awry – from an author whose unicorn protagonist takes control of the story to a person who can hear food talking with strange events and surprising consequences in between.
The Future We Wish We Had
First Published December 2007
For all of those who thought that by now that they’d be driving along the skyways in their own personal jet car, who assumed that humans would have established bases on the Moon and Mars, or that diseases would have been conqured, the aging process slowed to a crawl, and war eliminated along with social injustice — here are sixteen stories of futures that might someday be reality.
No Man’s Land
First Published May 2011
Dark Quest Books
With a clap of thunder, the Aerospace fighter tear through the sky, while below women warriors cross the hell of No Man’s Land to close with the enemy in fourteen all-new military science fiction stories.