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Where There Are Dragons: An Anthology of Mixed Emotions Paperback – February 27, 2019
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- Publisher : Robber's Dog Pub (February 27, 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 198 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0997900172
- ISBN-13 : 978-0997900170
- Item Weight : 7.8 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.5 x 8 inches
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Besides, dragons! Besides, amazing Luke Spooner cover. 21 cool stories and poems. AND interior illustrations for each by Betty Rocksteady!
Also, most important of all, the book is for a cause. Proceeds go to support suicide prevention and awareness; the real dragons all too often are inside us. With all of that, it’d be hard to go wrong … and it doesn’t.
My personal favorite, Eric James Stone’s “Accounting for Dragons,” starts things off with delightfully fun tax tips and hoard-managing advice, sure to bring a grin to all the D&D and gamer types out there.
Other top picks include:
Bo Herno’s “The Dragon’s Tear,” presented in an interesting and well-done omniscient/tell style, with bonus points for pitting a techno-dragon against a horror from the deep;
“Dancing With Fire” by Dr. Benjamin Anthony, taking addiction to deadly new levels with the transformative power of powdered dragon’s bone;
Melanie Bowling’s “Ashes From the Beast” presents a sort of northern-backwoods-gothic in journal form, in which a small town houses a chimney attached to no ordinary furnace;
and “Dragonspeak,” a short but gorgeous poem by Ashley Dioses.
Spanning genres and settings, with tones and emotions from silly/fun to deep/serious, with dragons both literal and metaphorical, the combined result is a strikingly varied anthology of really cool stuff.