Magic in the Mirrorstone by Steve Berman
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In this anthology for teen readers, fifteen best-selling and acclaimed authors--including Holly Black, Cecil Castellucci, Cassandra Clare, Eugie Foster, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, and Gregory Frost--weave all-new stories filled with magic. Comic and dark, epic and entertaining, these stories will introduce readers to the new voices of Mirrorstone beside the treasured favorites of Young Adult fantasy.

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Steve Berman (editor) has sold over eighty articles, essays, and short stories to such anthologies as The Coyote Road, The Faerie Reel, and Love, Bourbon Street.Holly Black is the author of The New York Times best-selling Spiderwick Chronicles, as well as the acclaimed YA novels Tithe, Valiant. Her graphic novel Good Neighbors is out Spring 2008.Cassandra Clare is the author of the New York Times best-selling City of Bones. The sequel appears Spring 2008. Cecil Castellucci is the author of acclaimed Boy Proof, a Booksense 76 Children's Pick, BBYA 2006 and an ALA Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers.Gregory Frost is the author of the dark fantasy novel Fitcher's Brides and the short fiction collection Attack of the Jazz Giants & Other Stories. His fantasy duology, Shadowbridge (Del Ray) is due Spring 2008.Eugie Foster pens a monthly column, Writing for Young Readers, for She won the Phobos award and has been nominated for the British Fantasy, Southeastern Science Fiction, and Pushcart awards. Nina Kiriki Hoffman won the Bram Stoker Award for First Novel, for The Thread that Binds the Bones.Jim Hines is the author of the well-received Goblin series (DAW). Goblin War debuts in Spring 2008.
Published February 12, 2008 by Mirrorstone. 304 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The all-new stories range from reworkings of folk tales in Gregory Frost’s “The Fortunate Dream” and Eugie Foster’s “Princess Bufo marinus, Also Known As Amy,” to Cassandra Clare’s Lovecraftian “Have You Ever Seen A Shuggoth?” and Tiffany Trent’s eerie “Blackwater Baby.” Generally likable protago...

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