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      Das klingt super interessant! Wie gesagt, mich ließ die Geschichte immerhin über gut 20 Jahre den Namen des Autors nicht vergessen :D
      "You retreat into the walls of your civilization because you are too weak to stand before nature as part of the natural environment. Instead of living as partner to nature, man hides behind his civilization, curses and defies true life, distorts his environment to accommodate his own failings. Beware that your environment does not strike back from all your blasphemies, for that day mankind shall be snuffed out like the unnatural freak man is!"
      "Two Suns Setting", Karl Edward Wagner
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      Our good friends at Bantam Spectra have just informed me and my partner-in-crime Gardner Dozois that they have moved up the publication date of our next mammoth crossgenre anthology ROGUES. . . to June 17. Yes, this year. Three months from now, in other words.
      If you enjoyed WARRIORS and DANGEROUS WOMEN, we think you'll love ROGUES. It may be our strongest anthology yet. We have some amazing writers and some incredible stories in this one. The table of contents, as previously announced:

      George R.R. Martin “Everybody Loves a Rogue” (Introduction)
      Joe Abercrombie “Tough Times All Over”
      Gillian Flynn “What Do You Do?”
      Matthew Hughes “The Inn of the Seven Blessings”
      Joe R. Lansdale “Bent Twig”
      Michael Swanwick “Tawny Petticoats”
      David Ball “Provenance”
      Carrie Vaughn “The Roaring Twenties”
      Scott Lynch “A Year and a Day in Old Theradane”
      Bradley Denton “Bad Brass”
      Cherie Priest “Heavy Metal”
      Daniel Abraham “The Meaning of Love”
      Paul Cornell “A Better Way to Die”
      Steven Saylor “Ill Seen in Tyre”
      Garth Nix “A Cargo of Ivories”
      Walter Jon Williams “Diamonds From Tequila”
      Phyllis Eisenstein “The Caravan to Nowhere”
      Lisa Tuttle “The Curious Affair of the Dead Wives”
      Neil Gaiman “How the Marquis Got His Coat Back”
      Connie Willis “Now Showing”
      Patrick Rothfuss “The Lightning Tree”

      Twenty stories not enough for you? Okay, okay, we've decided to add a twenty-first, for all you fans of fake history.

      "ThePrincess and the Queen," Archmaester Gyldayn's somewhat abbreviated account of the Dance of the Dragons, got a great response from all the folks who read it in DANGEROUS WOMEN, so we've dipped back into the archmaester's somewhat disorganized piles of scrolls and crumbling manuscripts, and brought forth another piece of his unpublished history. "The Rogue Prince, or, the King's Brother," will tell the story of the years leading up to the calamitious events of "The Princess and the Queen" during the reign of King Viserys I Targaryen, with particular attention to the role played by the king's brother, Prince Daemon, a rogue if there ever was one. I hope you'll enjoy it as much as you did "The Princess and the Queen."

      (And yes, sadly, "The Rogue Prince" is an abridged account as well. For the full version, you will all need to wait some years, until we publish the complete history of House Targaryen in the GRRMarillion... which, by the way, I've decided I am going to call FIRE AND BLOOD, since the GRRMarillion joke has grown somewhat stale by now).

      We're got something for everyone in ROGUES -- SF, mystery, historical fiction, epic fantasy, sword and sorcery, comedy, tragedy, crime stories, mainstream. And rogues, cads, scalawags, con men, thieves, and scoundrels of all descriptions. If you love Harry Flashman and Cugel the Clever, as I do, this is the book for you.

      Oh, and speaking of DANGEROUS WOMEN... it's now HUGO NOMINATION time, and we have lots of great stories in both DW and OLD MARS that are eligible, so I hope you'll remember some of them when filling out your ballots.
      1. Neuer Lesestoff!
      2. Ich bin mir immer noch nicht sicher ob Witz oder Ernst - Feuer und Blut als neues Buch? Nein, bestätigt, auch wenn in weiter Zukunft - yeah! GRRMarillion klang auch gut.^^
      3. Fantastische Autoren, weiß jemand wie es da mit deutschen Übersetzungen aussieht?

      Sehr interessant sind auch die Kommentare. Auf einige Sachen antwortet GRRM mit einigen interessanten Details.


      ~ Mario

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