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About CB Droege
CB Droege is an author and voice actor from the Queen City living in the Millionendorf. His writing influences include Philip K. Dick, Bill Bryson, Isaac Asimov, David Sedaris, and Roger Zelazny. He loves wizards and time-travel, but has an irrational distaste for time-traveling wizards. His latest books are "Peacemaker and Other Stories" and "Recycled Comics Vol. 1." He recently edited "Starward Tales II: Another Anthology of Speculative Legends."
Other recent publications include work in Daily Science Fiction, Fantasia Divinity Magazine, Corvus Review, Indestructible, New Realm, The Scarlet Leaf Review, Dark Mountain, Culture Cult Magazine, Archaeopteryx, The Fable Online, Drawn to Marvel: Poems from the Comics, and The Great Tome of Dragons and Draconic Lore.
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Old gods outwitted by heroes. Magical weapons that bring good and evil. Dragons winging over the city or walking upon the earth. A wizard witnessing endless battles. These stories and more explore the theme of Re-Quest.Leave home behind and wander magical worlds in these 16 fantasy tales from an international roster of authors.Featuring fiction from Robert E. Howard, Douglas Smith, James Dorr, Lillian Csernica, Gregory L. Norris, Jonathan Shipley, Kelly A. Harmon, Doug C. Souza, Jennifer Rachel Baumer, Dale W. Glaser, CB Droege, Jeremy Zimmerman, Christine Lucas, Dennis Mombauer, Bradley Sinor, and Chris KuriataRe-Quest takes readers on fantastical quests filled with adventure, magic, and danger.
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Unalloyed Payload by CB Droege
Green Wounds by Bill Hiatt
Godwoman by ErlyAnne Toomey
The Sorcerer by J.M. Williams
The Thirteenth World by Larry Lefkowitz
Merlin's Time by Mark Charke
The Unworthy by Julie Ann Dawson
Blood of the World by David Lawrence
Sword of Wrath by Jonathan Shipley
Remaining Silent by CB Droege
Weathermaker by Vonnie Winslow Crist
Sky Lit Bargains by Kelly A. Harmon
Dragon Stories by TB Weber
The Firestarter Nox by Mark Charke
The Carrot is Mightier than the Sword by Nidhi Singh
The Perfect Storm Or Why Americans Are No Longer Afraid of Dragons by Marleen S. Barr
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The Great Tome of Forgotten Relics and Artifacts
The Great Tome of Darkest Horrors and Unspeakable Evils
The Great Tome of Fantastic and Wondrous Places
The Great Tome of Cryptids and Legendary Creatures
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The Heart of Irelda by Jeff Sullins
Her Long Hair Shining by Simon Kewin
Digging for Paradise by Ian Creasey
Light Bringer by Deborah Walker
The Nimrod Lexicon by Taylor Harbin
Life Sentence by Miranda Stewart
The Shepherd by CB Droege
The Rightful Owner by Linda Tyler
The Head of John the Baptist by G. Miki Hayden
The Binding Agent by Douglas J. Ogurek
Seamus Tripp and the Golden Plates by Richard Walsh and Jon Garrett
Oracle at Delphi Street by Jon Etter
Special Collections by Jon Etter
The Djinn at the Wheel by Kathy L. Brown
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stories, poems, and visual art retelling legends, myths, and fairy tales as science fiction.
With contributions from:
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Vonnie Winslow Crist
Kelly A. Harmon
Michael Harris Cohen
Virginia Frances Sterret
Eddie D. Moore
Richard King Perkins II
María Castro Domínguez
Patrick S. Baker
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