Elisabeth Waters sold her first story in 1980 to Marion Zimmer Bradley for The Keeper’s Price, the first of the Darkover anthologies. She went on to sell dozens of short stories to a variety of anthologies. Her first novel, a fantasy called Changing Fate, was awarded the 1989 Gryphon Award. She is working on a sequel to it, in addition to her short-story writing and editing the Sword and Sorceress anthology series. She has also worked as a supernumerary with the San Francisco Opera, where she appeared in La Gioconda, Manon Lescaut, Madama Butterfly, Khovanshchina, Das Rheingold, Werther, and Idomeneo. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
One of my favorite series of books. Every story is a winner.Published 2 months ago by K. Schweighauser
Oh dear, dear, dear. I've been such a fan of S&S for so many years, I hate saying this, but this is dreadful! The stories are juvenile pablum, feels like high school quality. Read morePublished on September 1, 2010 by K. Cubero
Great part of an anthology series. Wonderful, masterful writing on the part of the authors.Published on July 13, 2009 by bookandcdfreek
I have collected these wonderful compilations of high adventure of the feminine kind since the very first volume! I am so glad that they are still on going despite Ms. Read morePublished on March 24, 2008 by Green Dragon