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Sword And Sorceress XIV (Sword and Sorceress #14)

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...roam lands filled with danger, mystery, and magic. They are sword-wielding defenders or sorcerous spell-casters - roles too often considered the exclusive province of men.

In 26 original stories of bold and talented women, Diana Paxson, Deborah Wheeler, Elisabeth Waters, Adrienne Martine-Barnes and their fellow word-weavers lead their readers
Paperback, 348 pages
Published March 1st 1997 by DAW (first published 1994)
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"Impression of Power" by Lee Martindale | Intro of Merlin, the gendershifting magic user.

"Silver Bands" by Syne Mitchell | Puzzle rings hold fidelity proof.

"Blood Moon" by Cynthia Ward | Outcast magic-user rues her choice when it prevents her from saving her friend.

"By the Skin of Her Teeth" by Heather Rose Jones | Another story in this shapeshifting series.

"The Blade of Unmaking" by Elizabeth Waters | Damned mystical weapon causes suicidal depression.

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Short stories of strong female wizards, witches, shapeshifters, etc.
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Sep 03, 2015 Larry Wegman rated it it was ok
Fantasy stories with female protagonists. Comparable to stories with male protagonists - some good, some not so good.
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