Rogues edited by George R.R. Martin & Gardner Dozois
|Author(s)||Gardner Dozois (editor)
George R.R. Martin (editor)
|Published||June 17, 2014|
Rogues edited by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois, and contributed to George R.R. Martin, Joe Abercrombie, Gillian Flynn, Matthew Hughes, Joe R. Lansdale, Michael Swanwick, David Ball, Carrie Vaughn, Scott Lynch, Bradley Denton, Cherie Priest, Daniel Abraham, Paul Cornell, Steven Saylor, Garth Nix, Walter Jon Williams, Phyllis Eisenstein, Lisa Tuttle, Neil Gaiman, Connie Willis, and Patrick Rothfuss is an anthology of fantasy short stories, originally published on June 17, 2014.
It contains the following short stories:
- Tough Times All Over by Joe Abercrombie (Part of The First Law series)
- What Do You Do? (aka The Grownup) by Gillian Flynn
- The Inn of the Seven Blessings by Matthew Hughes
- Bent Twig by Joe R. Lansdale
- Tawny Petticoats by Michael Swanwick
- Provenance by David Ball
- The Roaring Twenties by Carrie Vaughn
- A Year and a Day in Old Theradane by Scott Lynch
- Bad Brass by Bradley Denton
- Heavy Metal by Cherie Priest (Book 2 in the Kilgore Jones series)
- The Meaning of Love by Daniel Abraham
- A Better Way to Die by Paul Cornell (Part of the Jonathan Hamilton series)
- Ill Seen in Tyre by Steven Saylor (Part of the Ancient World series)
- A Cargo of Ivories by Garth Nix (Book 5 in the Sir Hereward and Mister Fitz series)
- Diamonds from Tequila by Walter Jon Williams (Book 3.5 in the Dagmar Shaw series)
- The Caravan to Nowhere by Phyllis Eisenstein (Part of the Tales of Alaric the Minstrel series)
- The Curious Affair of the Dead Wives by Lisa Tuttle
- How the Marquis Got His Coat Back by Neil Gaiman (Book 1.5 in the London Below, The World of Neverwhere series)
- Now Showing by Connie Willis
- The Lightning Tree by Patrick Rothfuss (Book 0.5 in the The Kingkiller Chronicle series)
- The Rogue Prince, or, A King’s Brother by George R.R. Martin (Part of the A Song of Ice and Fire series)
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