- Mass Market Paperback: 240 pages
- Publisher: DAW Books; 1st edition (April 1983)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9780879978150
- ISBN-13: 978-0879978150
- ASIN: 0879978155
- Product Dimensions: 7 x 1 x 5 inches
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Greyhaven: An Anthology of Fantasy Mass Market Paperback – April 5, 1983
DAW Books paperback original (1983). Includes the stories: "They Come and Go" by Joel Hagen; "Cat Tale" by Vicki Ann Heydron; "Bedtime Story" by Anodea Judith; "Wrong Number" by James Ian Elliot; "The Bardic Revel" essay by Marion Zimmer Bradley; "From Various and Sundry Bardic Revels" essay by Marion Zimmer Bradley; "Serpent's Lullabye" poem by Diana L. Paxson; "Morning Song" poem by Robert A. Cook; "The Berserk and the Bear's Sark" poem by Diana L. Paxson; "Sad Memories" poem by Fiona Lynn Zimmer; "Reflections from a Hill" poem by Ian Michael Studebaker; "Tell Me a Story" by Elisabeth Waters; "Just Another Vampire Story" by Randall Garrett; "Wildwood" by Adrienne Martine-Barnes; "The Tax Collector" by Phillip Wayne; "The Woodcarver's Son" by Robert A. Cook; "The Incompetent Magician" by Marion Zimmer Bradley; "Cantabile" by Jon DeCles; "Dagger Spring" by Susan Shwartz; "Lariven" by Patricia Shaw Mathews; "The Ring" by Caradoc A. Cador; "The Hand of Tyr" by Paul Edwin Zimmer.
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The thought ocurred to her that she could put together a complete anthology just from the folks who regularly got together at Greyhaven for Sunday tea. The idea was greeted with a check for the advance, and the rest is history.
I was invited to submit a story. Not being a professional writer at the time I was dubious at the prospects. However, I wrote and submitted 'Wrong Number' under a pseudonym "James Ian Elliot".
I was surprised and delighted when Ms Zimmer, a critical author who was not known for handing out gratuitous compliments, wrote a glowing comment that was longer than the story itself.
This is a delightful collection of works by some of the most creative people I've ever had the priviledge to know.
James Ian Elliot, pseud.