Errantry by Elizabeth Hand
Strange Stories

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Errantry: Strange Stories is another wonderful collection from an impressive small press. This should be required reading for anyone interested in the craft of writing short stories and approached without any positive preconceptions about genre labels. The majority of these stories simply exist. Trying to categorise them would be to diminish them.
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Praise for Elizabeth Hand:

"Fiercely frightening yet hauntingly beautiful."—Tess Gerritsen, author of The Silent Girl

"A sinful pleasure."—Katherine Dunn, author of Geek Love

No one is innocent, no one unexamined in award-winner Elizabeth Hand's new collection. From the summer isles to the mysterious people next door all the way to the odd guy one cubicle over, Hand teases apart the dark strangenesses of everyday life to show us the impossibilities, broken dreams, and improbable dreams that surely can never come true.

Elizabeth Hand's novels include Shirley Jackson Award–winner Generation Loss, Mortal Love, and Available Dark.

 

About Elizabeth Hand

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Elizabeth Hand is the Nebula and World Fantasy Award-winning author of twelve novels and three short-story collections, including the popular novelMortal Love. With an established fan base, Hand writes lyrically rich and always beautifully rendered prose. The guest of honor at the 2009 ReaderCon, Hand also writes a regular review column forThe Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fictionand book reviews forThe Washington Post.
 
Published November 13, 2012 by Small Beer Press. 320 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction
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Reviewed by David Marshall on Jan 19 2013

Errantry: Strange Stories is another wonderful collection from an impressive small press. This should be required reading for anyone interested in the craft of writing short stories and approached without any positive preconceptions about genre labels. The majority of these stories simply exist. Trying to categorise them would be to diminish them.

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