This anthology was originally supposed to be something else. Actually, a couple of different something-elses. While most of the World Weaver Press anthologies are themed, because of its unconventional origins, this one ended up rather varied, tossing together stories that fit the themes of the originally planned projects along with some that I loved even though they didn't really fit those original themes. But rather than calling it "Stuff Sarena Likes," I'm spinning it as a sort of sampler platter of fantasy, science fiction, and paranormal horror that I think accurately represents the tone and style of what we publish here at World Weaver Press. Each of these authors has been a pleasure to work with as this project morphed into what it became. These were stories I kept thinking about long after I read them, that I desperately wanted to give a home to and share with the world. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did, or that you at least find a couple of morsels that fit your taste.
Fifteen bite-sized stories, offering a sampler platter of fantasy, science fiction, and paranormal horror. Within these pages, you’ll find flower fairies, alien brothels, were-bears, and sentient houses. Step inside a museum where all the displays are haunted, follow a siren into the underworld as she searches for Persephone, and discover the doors that lie, literally, behind the heart.
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About the Anthologist
Sarena Ulibarri (Editor-in-Chief, World Weaver Press) is a graduate of the Clarion Fantasy and Science Fiction Writers' Workshop at UCSD, and earned an MFA from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Her fiction has appeared in Lightspeed, Fantastic Stories of the Imagination, and a variety of other magazines and anthologies. She lives in New Mexico, and has two corgis. Find her online at sarenaulibarri.com or @sarenaulibarri.
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