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The Best of Beneath Ceaseless Skies Online Magazine, Year One Fourteen Short Stories Of Literary Adventure Fantasy From Beneath Ceaseless Skies Online Magazine Features Authors Marie Brennan, Richard Parks, And Campbell Award Finalist Aliette De Bodard Includes Thieves Of Silence By Holly Phillips, Named To Locus S Recommended Reading List, And Father S Kill By Christopher Green, Winner Of The Aurealis Award For Best Fantasy Short Story

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10 thoughts on “The Best of Beneath Ceaseless Skies Online Magazine, Year One

  1. says:

    Back when Beneath Ceaseless Skies first launched I used to read the online stories fairly regularly Over time, work plus not wanting to read so much on screen meant that I lost track of the publication.Reading this anthology reconnected me with the publication and I m really glad it did I remember stories like Marie Brennan s Driftwood and The Tinyman and Caroline with great fondness Most of the stories we...

  2. says:

    Quite a few good stories, but also a few that should have been left out of this Best of anthology Thieves of Silence , The Tinyman and Caroline , and The Sword of Loving Kindness are excellent Blighted Heart , Dragon ...

  3. says:

    Issue 131 is the fifth anniversary issue of Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and it has five extraordinary tales The first is Cherry Blossoms on the River of Souls by Richard Parks Parks tales, usually set in an unnamed Asian country that bears a close resemblance to Japan, often deal with characters who need to find themselves This tale is no different Hiroshi, a boy, tends to stare down a dry well in much of his free time, for to him the well is full of music No one else can hear it, though Hiroshi s uncle tries to dissuade him from listening to the well, instead encouraging him to engage in usual childhood pursuits, but Hiroshi finds the games of chi...

  4. says:

    Gave up on reading this anthology after about halfway through It was just way too literary for me Tons of stuff that doesn t make sense Loads of stories that don t have endings It just wasn t for me.

  5. says:

    This anthology has a lot of excellent stories in it, and there are a few where I d be very interested in reading set in the same universe.

  6. says:

    Just read it Then read the magazine Then wonder how they can bear the pain of selecting the best of such good work They re all this good I ll have to put year two on my to read list.

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