What I can say with authority—about the only thing I can say with authority in this context—is that A Stranger in Olondria is my favorite fantasy novel with the possible exception of Alice in Wonderland. Why?
Five Years Ago - Fiction by Lavie Tidhar, poetry by Kathrin Köhler, and reviews.
Ten Years Ago - Fiction by Jason Stoddard, poetry by Robert Borski, and reviews.
Fifteen Years Ago - Fiction by Kenneth Brady, an article by Clare Sainsbury, poetry by Mike Allen and Ian Watson, and a review.
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