- Paperback: 222 pages
- Publisher: Parsec Ink (July 27, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0982860625
- ISBN-13: 978-0982860625
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,599,699 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Half of these could stand shoulder-to-shoulder with professional SF stories. Most of the better stories are fantasy. Stand-outs include a Homeric Odyssey set in Africa by Susan Urbanek Linville and an embittered woman rails against the shipment of her daughter through the portal into an alien war [DeAnna Knippling]. Others:
H M McInnes -- an apocalypse fantasy where the husband may (or may not) escape through transformation.
Erich William Bergmeier -- hallucinatory survival in a space suit
Aaron Polson -- an immortal's death wish during a zombie apocalypse
Camille Alexa -- stylishly written tale about children left behind in a pied-piper event
Henry Tjernlund -- impressive fantasy about which witch turned off the sun
Tami Harris -- coming of age and wind-control on a sky island
Bruce Memblatt -- imagination carries one reader too far away (sad if horrific)
Kylie Bullivant -- a young man can alter reality
Gordon A. Graves -- sins of the land costs the lives of several innocent snow-plowers just trying to help a young girl out
Milo James Fowler -- Do you send a child into battle?
Kalisa Lessnau -- solid fantasy about a created being who inadvertently avenges her master's death
Alex Gorman -- The Higgs Boson makes people fall in love at bars until Alice arrives
Jacques Barbéri -- a nearly indescribable surreal fantasy where a "beast" must be delivered. A nice break although too much of such a thing might frustrate some readers.
Gary Cuba -- Lovecraftian "squid" beasties appear told in a stylish, backwoods voice.
Jamie Lackey -- young girl tries to wrest her witchy and bewitching mother from her grief before she changes who they are
Amanda C. Davis -- Jacob Winterbeam runs across a ghost in his house and tries to free it
Madhvi Ramani -- new light on the "Lilith" myth
Kenneth B. Chiacchia -- SF about trying to save a colony from destruction at the hand of her ex-boyfriend.
Lydia S. Gray -- an involuntarily cloistered young woman desires to be exactly like Thana, a warrior, despite Thana's discouragement.
Christine Lucas -- the myth of Thessalonike is retold: where she tries to save the life of her brother, Alexander the Great
Marshall Payne -- stylish rendering of Jesus as a modern stage-show performer
Nathaniel Lee -- human / squirrel love goes awry
For the price, this anthology is a bargain with plenty of entertainments to amuse most speculative readers. A more in-depth review is forthcoming from SFSite.com. Another Triangulation anthology, Triangulation: Last Contact (Triangulation Anthologies), is available.