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Tesseracts3 (Tesseracts #3)

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In this third anthology of modern Canadian speculative fiction, explore new worlds of alternate realities in time and space by new and established Canadian authors.
Travel to a planet where the five senses are not good enough ... watch a baseball game on Mars ... fly with Garuda, the king of birds, to see what kind of human folly he can find to amuse the gods ... visit a l
Paperback, 437 pages
Published November 1st 1990 by Press Porcepic Limited
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Althea Ann
Apr 05, 2012 Althea Ann rated it really liked it
A good, high-quality anthology of sci-fi by Canadian authors. I'd previously read #5 in this series and was disappointed - this was a MUCH stronger collection.

The Gift - Pat Forde
A sentimental, but excellent story about a young boy who seeks mentoring from a brilliant but discredited mathematician.

The Other Eye - Phyllis Gotlieb
I'd read this story before, in Gotlieb's 'Blue Apes' collection. It's one of those stories where it ends and you're like, "Wow! Just.. wow. Wait, what?" A haunting depict
Edwin Downward
Nov 15, 2011 Edwin Downward rated it really liked it
Of the different Tesseracts Anthologies I have read, this edition had the widest selection of stories I could give a solid thumbs up to. Unlike the previous Tesseracts on my shelf, this one also came front loaded with good reads, with only a couple of stories getting an I'll Pass before I'd reached the halfway point.
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Sep 03, 2009 Ursula Pflug rated it it was amazing

My story "The Water Man" appeared in Tesseracts Three.

"The Water Man" was reprinted in Air Fish (Cat's Eye, San Diego) in 1993 and in BBR # 23, in 1997.

Back issues of the impeccable Back Brain Recluse, including # 23:

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Candas Jane Dorsey (born November 16, 1952) is a Canadian poet and science fiction novelist.
Born and still living in Edmonton, Alberta, Dorsey became a writer from an early age, and a freelance writer since 1980. She writes across genre boundaries, writing poetry, fiction, mainstream and speculative, short and long form, arts journalism and arts advocacy. Dorsey has also written television and sta
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