Bronies: For the Love of Ponies
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Juliet & Romeo. Padme & Anakin. Ennis Del Mar & Jack Twist. Cloud & Aerith. Tragic, star-crossed love. But not all love has to be forbidden. Join Kazka Press as we explore the simple love between a man and his pony, a woman and her pony, and the world and their bronies and pegasisters. Foreword is written by Kij Johnson, and the anthology includes her Nebul...more
208 pages
Published June 15th 2012 by Kazka Press (first published January 1st 2012)
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Kristy Buzbee
My li'l story is in excellent company!
Jillian
Feb 26, 2013 Jillian marked it as to-read
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While I don't generally see myself as a "pony person," I've read two of these stories online ("Ponies" by Kij Johnson and "The Extinctionists" by Rance D. Denton) and they were gritty and intriguing and all around excellent, so I'd be interested in picking up the anthology to read more like them.
L. Lawson
Jun 12, 2012 L. Lawson rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
I'm the editor, so my rating may be a bit biased. However, with Bronies you've got an eclectic collection of wonderfully crafted stories dealing with a topic all brines can relate to: our love of ponies (and horses). Little ponies, big ponies...even synthetic ponies.
Reyn
Finished this anthology some time ago, so memory is a bit hazy. Overall the selections are pretty good, though as with all anthologies, some are better than others.
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L. Lambert lived and worked as a teacher of English with the Peace Corps in Ukraine from 2005 to 2007. When he wasn’t learning Ukrainian or observing pro-democracy political rallies, he was writing about his experiences.

His most recently published work, Running in Place: A Year in the Life and Letters of a Prisoner, is a collection of found poems culled from a year's correspondence L. Lambert had...more
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