Fantasy For Good: A Charitable Anthology

by Jordan Ellinger, Richard Salter, Trent Zelazny, George R.R. Martin, Neil Gaiman, Todd J. McCaffrey, Piers Anthony, Roger Zelazny, Kevin J. Anderson, Rebecca Moesta, Jay Lake, Michael Moorcock, Alan Dean Foster, Katharine Kerr, Kelley Armstrong, Steven Savile, Nnedi Okorafor, Henry Szabranski, Ken Scholes, S.C. Hayden, David Farland, James Enge, Jane Lindskold, Frances Silversmith, Megan Moore, Marina J. Lostetter, Jackie Kessler, Carrie Vaughn, Jaye Wells, Samit Basu, Kyle Aisteach, Michael Ezell, Carmen Tudor, David Parish-Whittaker

From Sword and Sorcery to Paranormal Romance, from Weird Fiction to Fairy Tales, Fantasy For Good presents a wide range of exciting short fiction to accommodate everytaste.

  • Paperback
  • Pages: 372 pages
  • Average Rating: 3.73 out of 5
  • Published December 9th 2014 by Nightscape Press
  • ISBN: 1938644204 (ISBN13: 9781938644207)
  • Edition Language: English
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From Sword and Sorcery to Paranormal Romance, from Weird Fiction to Fairy Tales, Fantasy For Good presents a wide range of exciting short fiction to accommodate every taste. In this collection of thirty stories, legendary authors (including NYT Bestsellers and World Fantasy Award winners) and great new up-and-comers in the genre spin tales of magic and mayhem. Featuring brand new fiction from Piers Anthony, Michael Moorcock, Carrie Vaughn, Kelley Armstrong, Alan Dean Foster, Katharine Kerr, David Farland, Jane Lindskold, Nnedi Okorafor, Todd McCaffrey and many more, alongside classic tales from George R.R. Martin, Jay Lake, Kevin J Anderson & Rebecca Moesta, and Neil Gaiman.Fantasy For Good also includes a classic tale by master novelist, Roger Zelazny, author of the Nine Princes of Amber, who passed away in 1995 after a battle with colorectal cancer. His son, Trent, provides a moving introduction.All proceeds from the sale of this anthology go directly to The Colon Cancer Alliance, a charity dedicated to the prevention of this deadly disease, as well as funding research and supporting patients who suffer from it.