Original fiction from the publishers site.From the author of the Hugo-winning �Six Months, Three Days,� a new wrinkle on the old story of three wishes, set after the end of the world.This short story was acquired and edited for Tor.com by senior editor Patrick Nielsen Hayden.
From the internationally bestselling author of Those Faraday Girls comes All Together Now, a collection of Monica McInerneys short fiction gathered for the first time. Including several of her earliest magazine short stories, contributions to recent anthologies, her warm and witty novella Odd One Out, and two new stories, this is a book to inspire and delight fans of all
Freemans: Family is the second literary anthology in the series reviewers are calling �bold� (Minneapolis Star-Tribune) and �refreshing� (Chicago Literati). Following a debut issue on the theme of �Arrival,� Freeman circles a new topic whose definition is constantly challenged by the best of our writers: family.The issue opens with Aminatta Forna musing on the legacy of s
An unforgettable debut of linked stories that follow the members and retinue of a wealthy Mexican family forced into exile after the patriarch is kidnapped.On an unremarkable night, Jose Victoriano Arteaga�the head of a thriving Mexico City family�vanishes on his way home from work. The Arteagas find few answers; the full truth of what happened to Arteaga is lost to the sh
From the booker Prize-winning author of Possession comes this richly imaginitive story collection that transports the reader to a world where opposites--passion and loneliness, betrayal and loyalty, fire and ice--clash and converge.A beautiful ice maiden risks her life when she falls in love with a desert prince, whose passionate touches scorch her delicate skin. A woman f
While best known for his plays, Pirandello also distinguished himself as a writer of short stories. This collection includes the celebrated title tales plus Little Hut, Mrs. Frola and Mr. Ponza, Her Son-in-Law, Citrons from Sicily, With Other Eyes, A Voice, and five others by the winner of the 1934 Nobel Prize for literature.