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Japanese Dreams: Fantasies, Fictions & Fairytales

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  • Title: Japanese Dreams: Fantasies, Fictions & Fairytales
  • Author: Sean Wallace Steve Berman Eugie Foster Catherynne M. Valente
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Japanese Dreams takes the reader to the islands of fire and smoke where shape shifters, demons and lovers all populate a landscape blooming with story Contributions by such well known fantasy authors as Steve Berman, Eugie Foster, Jay Lake, Yoon Ha Lee, Robert Joseph Levy, Lisa Manchev, Ricgard Parks, Ekateria Sedia, Erzebet TeloowBoy and , all offer us a glimpse of aJapanese Dreams takes the reader to the islands of fire and smoke where shape shifters, demons and lovers all populate a landscape blooming with story Contributions by such well known fantasy authors as Steve Berman, Eugie Foster, Jay Lake, Yoon Ha Lee, Robert Joseph Levy, Lisa Manchev, Ricgard Parks, Ekateria Sedia, Erzebet TeloowBoy and , all offer us a glimpse of a silken sleeve or the red fur of the fox as she slips between the rushes, daring us to follow.

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    About "Sean Wallace Steve Berman Eugie Foster Catherynne M. Valente"

    1. Sean Wallace Steve Berman Eugie Foster Catherynne M. Valente

      Sean A Wallace born January 1, 1976 is an award winning American science fiction and fantasy anthologist, editor, and publisher best known for his work on Prime Books and for co editing two magazines, Clarkesworld Magazine, and Fantasy Magazine He has been nominated a number of times by both the Hugo Awards and the World Fantasy Awards, won two Hugo Awards and one World Fantasy Award, and has served as a World Fantasy Award judge.

    157 Comments

    1. I quite enjoyed this collection, more than I thought I would. Grammatical and italics differences aside, I happily followed along the path set out by Mr. Wallace with his choice of story order.However, I feel that most who would pick up this book should have more than a passing interest in Japanese culture, history, and mythology so would hopefully be familiar with such words as kitsune, hibakusha, okaa-san, Amaterasu and Tokugawa Ieyasu. Having been a student of Japanese culture for many years [...]


    2. I was disappointed by both the intent of this collection--gazing upon Japan from a (mostly) Western perspective--and the quality of the editing. Usually I enjoy works published by Lethe, but this collection includes grammar and formatting errors that I typically do not experience in Lethe publications.From this collection, my favorite stories were: K. Bird Lincoln's "And the Bones Would Keep Speaking," Robert Joseph Levy's "The Rental Sister," Richard Park's "The White Bone Fan," and Lisa Mantch [...]






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