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Charity Anthology: All proceeds going to MSF (Doctors Without Borders). “War, my friend, is a thing of beauty.” How do you get forty fantasy authors to contribute short stories for a war-themed anthology without paying them? It sounds as if there should be a good punchline to that, but all Petros Triantafyllou did was twist the moral thumbscrews and tell them all the profit Charity Anthology: All proceeds going to MSF (Doctors Without Borders). “War, my friend, is a thing of beauty.” How do you get forty fantasy authors to contribute short stories for a war-themed anthology without paying them? It sounds as if there should be a good punchline to that, but all Petros Triantafyllou did was twist the moral thumbscrews and tell them all the profits would go to Doctors Without Borders, a charity that works tirelessly across the world to alleviate the effects of conflict, sickness and poverty. So, with clear consciences, several busloads of excellent and acclaimed fantasy authors have applied themselves to the task of penning a veritable mountain of words on the subject of The Art of War, expect bloodshed, gore, pathos, insight, passion, and laughs. Maybe even a wombat. Who knows. Anyway, as the original blurb said: “It’s good. Buy it.” -Mark Lawrence Print version includes forty black & white interior art pieces. Contents Interior artwork by Jason Deem Foreword / Brian D. Anderson The Breaking of the Sky / Ed McDonald The Last Arrow (Sorcery Ascendant Sequence) / Mitchell Hogan Dear Menelaus / Laura M. Hughes Warborn / C.T. Phipps The Greatest Battle / John Gwynne This War of Ours / Timandra Whitecastle Shadows in the Mist / Sue Tingey The Art: Post War / R. J. Barker The Fox and the Bowman / Sebastien de Castell Arrow's Wrath / Charles F. Bond Hard Lessons / Michael R. Miller A Battle for Elucame: Leah / R. B. Watkinson The Revolution Changed Everyone / D. Thourson Palmer Misplaced Heroism / Andrew Rowe Violet / Mazarkis Williams The Two Faces of War / Rob J. Hayes Grannit / J.P. Ashman Asalantir Forever / Steven Poore Tower of the Last / Steven Kelliher The Waving of the Flag / Thomas R. Gaskin The Art of War / Brian Staveley Hero of the Day / Nathan T. Boyce Sacred Semantics / Nicholas Eames The War God's Axe / Anne Nicholls The Feather and the Paw / Benedict Patrick Until the Light Had Faded / Graham Austin-King Under the Queen's Throne / Ed Greenwood Good Steel / Zachary Barnes The Cost of Power / Ulff Lehmann The Undying Lands / Michael R. Fletcher The Fall of Tereen / Anna Smith Spark Valkyrie Rain / Dyrk Ashton Chattels / Stan Nicholls The Storm / Miles Cameron Shortblade / Brandon Draga Rendered Chaos / D. M. Murray The Best and Bravest / M. L. Spencer Exhibition / Ben Galley Flesh and Coin / Anna Stephens The Hero of Aral Pass (The Broken Empire Universe) / Mark Lawrence


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Charity Anthology: All proceeds going to MSF (Doctors Without Borders). “War, my friend, is a thing of beauty.” How do you get forty fantasy authors to contribute short stories for a war-themed anthology without paying them? It sounds as if there should be a good punchline to that, but all Petros Triantafyllou did was twist the moral thumbscrews and tell them all the profit Charity Anthology: All proceeds going to MSF (Doctors Without Borders). “War, my friend, is a thing of beauty.” How do you get forty fantasy authors to contribute short stories for a war-themed anthology without paying them? It sounds as if there should be a good punchline to that, but all Petros Triantafyllou did was twist the moral thumbscrews and tell them all the profits would go to Doctors Without Borders, a charity that works tirelessly across the world to alleviate the effects of conflict, sickness and poverty. So, with clear consciences, several busloads of excellent and acclaimed fantasy authors have applied themselves to the task of penning a veritable mountain of words on the subject of The Art of War, expect bloodshed, gore, pathos, insight, passion, and laughs. Maybe even a wombat. Who knows. Anyway, as the original blurb said: “It’s good. Buy it.” -Mark Lawrence Print version includes forty black & white interior art pieces. Contents Interior artwork by Jason Deem Foreword / Brian D. Anderson The Breaking of the Sky / Ed McDonald The Last Arrow (Sorcery Ascendant Sequence) / Mitchell Hogan Dear Menelaus / Laura M. Hughes Warborn / C.T. Phipps The Greatest Battle / John Gwynne This War of Ours / Timandra Whitecastle Shadows in the Mist / Sue Tingey The Art: Post War / R. J. Barker The Fox and the Bowman / Sebastien de Castell Arrow's Wrath / Charles F. Bond Hard Lessons / Michael R. Miller A Battle for Elucame: Leah / R. B. Watkinson The Revolution Changed Everyone / D. Thourson Palmer Misplaced Heroism / Andrew Rowe Violet / Mazarkis Williams The Two Faces of War / Rob J. Hayes Grannit / J.P. Ashman Asalantir Forever / Steven Poore Tower of the Last / Steven Kelliher The Waving of the Flag / Thomas R. Gaskin The Art of War / Brian Staveley Hero of the Day / Nathan T. Boyce Sacred Semantics / Nicholas Eames The War God's Axe / Anne Nicholls The Feather and the Paw / Benedict Patrick Until the Light Had Faded / Graham Austin-King Under the Queen's Throne / Ed Greenwood Good Steel / Zachary Barnes The Cost of Power / Ulff Lehmann The Undying Lands / Michael R. Fletcher The Fall of Tereen / Anna Smith Spark Valkyrie Rain / Dyrk Ashton Chattels / Stan Nicholls The Storm / Miles Cameron Shortblade / Brandon Draga Rendered Chaos / D. M. Murray The Best and Bravest / M. L. Spencer Exhibition / Ben Galley Flesh and Coin / Anna Stephens The Hero of Aral Pass (The Broken Empire Universe) / Mark Lawrence

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