Tesseracts Seventeen: Speculating Canada from Coast to Coast to Coast

Tesseracts Seventeen Speculating Canada from Coast to Coast to Coast Featuring works by Catherine Austen Jason Barrett John Bell Dave Beynon Dwain Campbell Rachel Cooper Megan Fennell David J n Fuller Ben Godby Costi Gurgu Alyxandra Harvey Dianne Homan Eile

  • Title: Tesseracts Seventeen: Speculating Canada from Coast to Coast to Coast
  • Author: Colleen Anderson Steve Vernon Claude Lalumière Eileen Kernaghan Rhea Rose Mark Leslie Rhonda Parrish Costi Gurgu
  • ISBN: 9781770530447
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Paperback
  • Featuring works by Catherine Austen, Jason Barrett, John Bell, Dave Beynon, Dwain Campbell, Rachel Cooper, Megan Fennell, David J n Fuller, Ben Godby, Costi Gurgu, Alyxandra Harvey, Dianne Homan, Eileen Kernaghan, Claude Lalumi re, Mark Leslie, Catherine MacLeod, William Meikle, Elise Moser, Dominik Parisien, Rhonda Parrish, Vincent Grant Perkins, Lisa Poh, Timothy ReynolFeaturing works by Catherine Austen, Jason Barrett, John Bell, Dave Beynon, Dwain Campbell, Rachel Cooper, Megan Fennell, David J n Fuller, Ben Godby, Costi Gurgu, Alyxandra Harvey, Dianne Homan, Eileen Kernaghan, Claude Lalumi re, Mark Leslie, Catherine MacLeod, William Meikle, Elise Moser, Dominik Parisien, Rhonda Parrish, Vincent Grant Perkins, Lisa Poh, Timothy Reynolds, Patricia Robertson, Rhea Rose, Holly Schofield, Lisa Smedman, J.J Steinfeld, Steve Vernon, Edward Willett A tesseract is a four dimensional equivalent of a cube, or a hypercube, having sixteen corners A tesseract was than what it seemed, had surfaces than you first thought, and had a depth that changed depending on how you looked at it.In reading the many submissions we found that there were tales of Wendigo, werewolves, vampires and a host of reanimated dead, though not all of them zombies There were gentle tales of transformation and other terrors of madness and encountering the demons we know and fear Character faced the trials of space and the spaces within.And indeed, from Canada s inland border with the US, to the warmer Pacific waters, to the chilly depths of the Maritime Atlantic, and the mysterious tundra of the North, these are the reaches of Canada s geography But the mindset of Canada s writers stretches farther Tesseracts 17 is rich with tales about people there are housewives and men who find themselves in unusual and

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    About “Colleen Anderson Steve Vernon Claude Lalumière Eileen Kernaghan Rhea Rose Mark Leslie Rhonda Parrish Costi Gurgu

    • Colleen Anderson Steve Vernon Claude Lalumière Eileen Kernaghan Rhea Rose Mark Leslie Rhonda Parrish Costi Gurgu

      Writer of fiction, dark fiction, erotica, poetry, SF, fantasy, you name it, and a partridge in a pair of trees Past poetry editor for ChiZine and slush reader for CZP Co editor with Steve Vernon of Tesseracts 17 Twice nominated for the Aurora Award, as well as shortlisted for the Gaylactic Spectrum Award, the Friends of Merril short fiction contest, the Rannu competition and placed second in poetry , the SFPA poetry contest Winner of the Jerry Jazz Musician short story contest Several honorable mentions in the Year s Best SF, Year s Best Horror and Fantasy, and the Writers of the Future.Embers Amongst the Fallen is a reprint collection available through Smashwords and Please leave a review Chapbook of speculative verse Ancient Tales, Grand Deaths and Past Lives available through kelpqueenpress



    381 thoughts on “Tesseracts Seventeen: Speculating Canada from Coast to Coast to Coast

    • This is a seriously solid collection of speculative fiction Ignoring the part where three of the 5 star reviews are from authors featured in this collection, and the cover which is just so awful, and that it could have used at least one once over to correct some typos, this is a really really good collection First, I love reading stuff by Canadians And this anthology includes stories by writers from every province and territory, which is extra Canadian This is not classic sci fire, there s spac [...]


    • Here is another compendium of weird stories from north of the border, in Canada.A new mother can t leave her baby alone for a second, out of fear that The Wall will devour the child It s a creature that creeps along walls, looking like a shadow, and with very sharp teeth On the other side of The Wall is a land of torment straight from Hell Another story looks at the difference between people who are spiritual without believing in a specific religion, and those who are absolutely sure of the infa [...]


    • It is very exciting to see one of the prestigious Tesseracts books sharing a name with this website I was quite honoured to see that they had chosen a name that matched the name I created for my website Tesseracts has been a Canadian SF institution since Judith Merril edited the first collection in 1985, recognising that there was a need for a Canadian collection of SF and that there was something distinct about Canadian spec fic that could only come out by bringing works of Canadian SF together [...]


    • I have to admit it that I buyed this Anthology for a Romanian writer story, Secret Recipes by Costi Gurgu It s about a whole new world, kind of a dark fantasy based on original and amazing recipes, with a whole system of life and ideeas I knew the story from the Romanian language but nevertheless I found it very good in english, too I number the days that his main book for this story will see the light in English language, too.But in fact it wasn t the only story that I liked from this volume, b [...]


    • This was not good.I d heard a lot of good things about this anthology series, so I had high expectations going in Perhaps I was just setting myself up for disappointment.The vast majority of the stories here had good things going for them, but needed significantly work before they were ready to show themselves in public Most of the poetry needed even work A small handful of pieces by Mark Leslie, Lisa Poh, Catherine Austin, Elise Moser I can recommend.There was also a small handful that simply [...]











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