Flights by Al Sarrantonio
Extreme Visions of Fantasy

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Now, Sarrantonio presents another daring, all-new anthology showcasing some of the genre's biggest names and best newcomers. Flights: Extreme Visions of Fantasy sets the standard for fantasy in the twenty-first century. Fantasy as literature. Fantasy that reinvigorates and expands the field's horizons. Fantasy that takes the reader into the next millennium of human imagination...

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Al Sarrantonio has written 28 novels and has had his short stories appear in publications such as, "Heavy Metal," Twilight Zone," "Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine" and "Realms of Fantasy." He has also had his work appear in such anthologies as "The Year's Best Horror Stories," Visions of Fantasies: Tales from the Masters," "Great Ghost Stories" and "The Best of Shadows." Sarrantonio writes a host of genres, including, science fiction, fantasy, horror and western. His novels include, "Exile," "Moonbane," "October," "West Texas" and "Campbell Wood." He was nominated for the Bram Stoker Award of the Horror Writer's Association and the Private Eye Writer's of America's Shamus Award. Sarrantonio has edited three volumes of humor as well as co-edited "100 Hair Raising Little Horror Stories.
Published June 1, 2004 by Roc Hardcover. 592 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The second tale, Kit Reed's surreal "Perpetua" (about a girl who's been miniaturized by an overprotective father and trapped inside an "alligator" in a nightmarish near future), likewise avoids familiar fantasy tropes, though enough elves, witches, dragons and magicians surface elsewhere in this ...

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