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Anthologies are often published with the focus on a genre; a collection of romance or sci-fi stories for example, but this anthology is theme-based on the topic of heroes and heroines This is a canvas just about as wide as one can imagine. The hero/heroine is one of the classic archetypes of human existence and the expressions of that fundamental theme are various, to say the least. Variety is a strong feature of “Hero and Heroine (Anthology of Short Reads)”. There are humorous, not to say comic stories from Rayne Hall and Angraecus Daniels, hard sci-fi from L.K. Pinaire and Justin Tyme, a Regency romance from Heidi Kneale in novelette form, young adult stories from Alex Binkley and Martin Bueno, a very short sci-fi look at the Japanese new year by Deborah Walker and a paranormal, somewhat steamy, romance novella by the editors Tara Maya and Vashti Valant. Although in some instances the presentation of the “hero/heroine” theme is a little tenuous, it is a very satisfying collection with often intriguing ideas, all of them written well and with a good feel for style. The collection is also pleasantly visual. Each of the stories has its own cover image and although this may appear slightly unimportant, it is a feature which definitely enhances this well-presented, well-edited and enjoyable anthology.