Discover the Wonder!
Tesseracts Fifteen: A Case of Quite Curious Tales edited by Julie Czerneda and Susan MacGregor is the only volume in the long running Tesseracts series that is themed specifically for young adults and the young at heart. These stories are filled with “wonder and astonishment,” say the editors. They are “stories that engage the imagination, inspire dreams, and leave hope in their wake. They will become the classics for a new generation of readers, to be remembered, fondly, for years to come.”
About Tesseracts Fifteen: A Case of Quite Curious Tales:
Tesseracts Fifteen: A Case of Quite Curious Tales includes works by authors: E. L. Chen, Amanda Sun, Erika Holt, Francine Lewis, Jennifer Greylyn, Nicole Luiken, Katrina Nicholson, Cat McDonald, Leslie Brown, Kevin Cockle, Mike Rimar, Elise Moser, Shen Braun, J. J. Steinfeld, Michele Ann Jenkins, Claude Lalumière, Virginia Modugno, Helen Marshall, Ed Greenwood, Robert Runté, Rebecca M. Senese, Kurt Kirchmeier, Claire Eamer, Michelle Barker, Lynne M. MacLean, Tony Pi, K. Boorman.
About the Editors:
Julie Czerneda is a Canadian author and editor whose first novel, A Thousand Words for Stranger, was published in 1997 by DAW Books. Since then, she has produced over a dozen more novels, edited fifteen anthologies, and written numerous short stories. Her work has won awards, consistently made best seller lists, and garnered praise from readers and reviewers around the world.
Susan MacGregor has been an editor with On Spec magazine since 1991. Her published work has appeared in On the Ravenstone imprint of Turnstone Books. Her most recent book The ABC’s of How NOT to Write Speculative Fiction was published in 2006 by the Copper Pig Writer’s Society.
About the Tesseracts Series:
Tesseracts Fifteen: A Case of Quite Curious Tales is the sixteenth volume in the Canadian speculative fiction series. The entire series includes Tesseracts One through Fifteen, and Tesseracts Q, which features translations of works by some of Canada’s top francophone writers of science fiction and fantasy.
The first Tesseracts anthology was edited by Judith Merril. Since its publication in 1985, more than 250 authors/editors/translators and guests have written over 500 pieces of Canadian speculative fiction, fantasy and horror for the series. Some of Canada’s best known writers have been published within the pages of these volumes—including Margaret Atwood, William Gibson, Robert J. Sawyer, and Elisabeth Vonarburg (to name a few).
Table of Contents
A Safety of Crowds by E. L. Chen
Fragile Things by Amanda Sun
Just Dance by Erika Holt
Adaptation by Francine Lewis
Saving the Dead, or The Diary of an Undertaker’s Apprentice by Jennifer Greylyn
Feral by Nicole Luiken
A+ Brain by Katrina Nicholson
The Road of Good Intentions by Cat McDonald
The Windup Heiress by Leslie Brown
The Bridge Builder by Kevin Cockle
My Name is Tommy by Mike Rimar
Darwin’s Vampire by Elise Moser
Costumes by Shen Braun
Civility by J. J. Steinfeld
Take My Waking Slow by Michele Ann Jenkins
The Weirdo Adventures of Steve Rand by Claude Lalumière
Every You, Every Me by Virginia Modugno
The Oak Girl by Helen Marshall
Edge of Moonglow by Ed Greenwood
Split Decision by Robert Runté
Hide by Rebecca M. Senese
Four Against Chaos by Kurt Kirchmeier
Ice Pirates by Claire Eamer
You Always Knew by Michelle Barker
The Illumination of Cypher-Space by Lynne M. MacLean
The Tremor Road by Tony Pi
The Memory Junkies by K. Boorman
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