Fb2 Paper Cities: An Anthology of Urban Fantasy ePub
by Ekaterina Sedia
|Category:||Short Stories and Anthologies|
|Publisher:||Senses Five Press; First Edition edition (April 1, 2008)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1763 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1260 kb|
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Paper Cities also made me rethink what I define Urban Fantasy as. In the past I would have said any story set . Darin C. Bradley's They Would Only Be Roads combines a modern sense of Urban Fantasy with a good tech thriller aspect.
Paper Cities also made me rethink what I define Urban Fantasy as. In the past I would have said any story set in a modern city with traditional elements of fantasy whether it used magic, odd supernatural elements, fairies, or any other creatures of myth in some fashion. Jess Nevins's Foreword is a good start to expanding your world view of Urban Fantasy as he intimates any story set in a Metropolis whether they be cities at the dawn of time to Modern locales or into the very depths of sewers beneath them.
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Ekaterina Sedia, New Jersey, August 30th 2007. If Paper Cities is any indication of second-generation Urban Fantasy - and I believe it is - both the mode of storytelling and the subgenre have a bright future. Jess Nevins Hunstville, Texas August, 2007. One of the appealing things about Urban Fantasy is that, as John Clute points out in the Encyclopedia of Fantasy, it is a mode of storytelling rather than a subgenre, and as such accommodates a variety of themes and approaches.
When I think of urban fantasy, I recall the novels published by Megan .
When I think of urban fantasy, I recall the novels published by Megan Lindholm, Emma Bull, and Charles de Lint in the 1980s, which employed fantasy tropes in gritty urban settings, the emphasis on the contemporary. While Paper Cities brings together many excellent stories about cities and their inhabitants, in the end, I am not convinced that it brings us any closer to understanding what urban fantasy is all about.
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Paper Cities: An Anthology of Urban Fantasy was first published in 2008 by Senses Five Press in trade paperback format
Paper Cities: An Anthology of Urban Fantasy was first published in 2008 by Senses Five Press in trade paperback format. It won the 2009 World Fantasy Award for best anthology. It features 21 stories by 21 authors. One of the stories featured in the anthology, Cat Sparks's "Sammarynda Deep", won the 2008 Aurealis Award for best fantasy short story.
This anthology of 21 original fantasy stories explores humanity’s most dynamic and forceful creationthe city. Featuring tales from fantasy heavyweights such as Hal Duncan, Catherynne M. Valente, Jay Lake, and Barth Anderson, the collection whisks readers from dizzying rooftop perches down to the underpasses, gutters, and the sinister secrets therein. Mutilated warrior women, dead boys, mechanical dogs, and escape artists are just some of the wonders and horrors explored in this bizarre assembly of works from voices new and old.