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Writers of the Future Vol 32 (L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future) Paperback – May 3, 2016
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When not writing, working in technology, or taking care of his family, Jon scuba dives. He prefers the Northwest's cold-water diving, but won't turn down a free trip to Hawaii or Bonaire if offered.
Stewart C Baker is an academic librarian, haikuist, and speculative fiction writer. His poetry has appeared in various haiku magazines, and hisfiction in Writers of the Future, Nature, and Flash Fiction Online, among other places. Stewart was born in England, spent time in SouthCarolina, Japan, and California, and now lives in Oregon with hisfamily--although if anyone asks, he'll usually say he's from theInternet.
Christoph Weber is an arborist and author in Reno, Nevada. His work has appeared in Nature and other venues. christophweber.com
Matt Dovey is very tall, very English, and probably drinking a cup of tea right now. His surname rhymes with "Dopey"; any other similarities to the dwarf are purely coincidental.
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Top Customer Reviews
But overall the anthology is just average. The clever twists are good but don't shift any paradigms, and the characters are competent but not new or innovative. None of the stories is particularly compelling. It was worth reading, but just to see what the competition is up to, not to learn new things.
Images Across a Shattered Sea - an intriguing back and fourth of causality as the present attempts to spy upon the future. A thinking piece that keeps a good pace.
Jack of Souls - a straight forward fantasy piece about a cursed card shark. It is a satisfying take on underdog good vs evil.
The Broad Sky Was Mine; And the Road - a beautifully written sci-fi action piece, like if Shakespeare wrote Transformers. I dug this one particularly.
Squalor and Sympathy - I only got a taste of this one, but what I got was nice writing and the promise of an industrial revolution fantasy story.
I bought the full edition and am looking forward to the rest. All in all quality writing across styles and subjects from up and coming writers. Enjoy.