17 Tales of Real Women and Unreal Worlds edited by Liz Grzyb. A powerhouse of award-winning Australian and international authors will take you to seventeen incredible and unreal worlds. It is about women, independent women, dealing with the world around them. It’s celebrating the stories of women who, every day, need to be strong and brave in many different ways.
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This book is the first of a series of fables that the author is aiming to publish. Some of the fables have been read to schoolchildren, who found them interesting. The author hopes that more children will get interested in these fables and will appreciate the freedom that the fable, as a genre, can provide to the imagination. The author encourages…
A powerhouse of Australian and international authors will take you to . . . * an unknown planet, where one of the arks has crash-landed, killing most of the last vestiges of humanity searching for a new home planet * a dystopian world where fresh fruit and vegetables are illegal, and people must get their necessary nutrients from featureless bars * Mars, where it takes something unusual to transcend the black and white world of science * dystopian Australia where the conglomerates control everything, except for a couple of small independents and of course, gutsy guns for hire * a future society where marriages are a question of corporate mergers, rather than of affection * where the fae take too many liberties with the human world, and someone must stop them * where the Cursebreaker faces Egyptian grave-robbers, or "Guild treasure hunters" as they would prefer to be known . . . . . . and ten other unreal worlds.
17 Tales of Real Women and Unreal Worlds edited by Liz Grzyb.
Stories by Cherith Baldry, Jenny Blackford, Kay Chronister, Stephanie Gunn, Kathryn Hore, Kathleen Jennings, Faith Mudge, T.R. Napper, Rivqa Rafael, Alter S. Reiss, Jane Routley, Cat Sparks, Kyla Lee Ward, Marlee Jane Ward, Susan Wardle, Janeen Webb, and Eleanor R. Wood.