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Mondy’s Years Best for 2011

What better thing to do, late on a Christmas mornig, then write about my favourite short stories from 2011. Of the 7,000 or so short stories written and published in any one year, I read 185 of them.  Considering one … Continue reading

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Eclipse Four Highlights

I very much like the tone that emerged from the Eclipse anthologies – they all feel like part of the same thing, despite the books being unthemed. This one has an excellent balance of high quality oddball stories, and I … Continue reading

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How do I get to Bordertown?

I had not heard of the shared-world of Bordertown before this book crossed my Last Short Story desk. It’s a wonderfully rich arena for such a venture; there are, I think, two other anthologies of short stories set in this … Continue reading

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