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Night-Mantled: The Best of Wily Writers

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This anthology of speculative fiction short stories from exceptionally wily writers will take you from looking over your shoulder to pondering the wonders of the universe and back again. The podcast chooses only the best two stories per month from its submissions and records them for your listening pleasure. This volume collects Year #1's best of the best.
Paperback, 188 pages
Published February 11th 2011 by Wily Writers
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Kylene Jones
Dec 09, 2012 Kylene Jones rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Interesting Compilation of stories. I am reading because I went to college with Nathan Crowder and wanted to read soemthing of his. I am going to review each story:

1. The minimart, the Rugar and the Girl:
I wasn't sure what I thought of this one when I was done. I was interested in it and wanted to know what happened but felt that the ended had something to be desired.
2. Julie Proise and the Devil:
This one was interesting. I think I could read more by this author.
3. Sane Reaction: OMG, I didn't
Sep 18, 2011 S.P. rated it really liked it
For the past three years I’ve been a member of Wily Writers, a group of speculative fiction authors. This year’s Night-Mantled is a debut anthology edited by Angel Leigh McCoy, collecting twelve of the best stories published and podcast by Wily Writers. The book is available in print and in digital format.

Mark Worthen’s “The Minimart, The Ruger and the Girl” is an elegantly creepy story about a guy who substitutes for a vacationing night manager at a convenience store. The genre is desert noir w
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Angel Leigh McCoy lives with a cat named Boo, in Seattle, where the long, dark winters feed her penchant for horror and dark fantasy. Her short fiction has appeared in several anthologies, including the RAVENS IN THE LIBRARY project.

During the day, she is a game designer at ArenaNet, where she is part of a vast team effort to make the coolest MMORPG ever: Guild Wars 2. At night, she writes crazy
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