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The Firedance Anthology

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A searing selection of short stories from the circle of Firedance authors. "The child, the girl, slowly rose up out of the water, then turned away, laughing, and skipped and danced over the path of fire towards the setting sun." "My kind, the Fire Dancers, we make the machines work. We harvest the sun for energy." "The star had been growing closer to the atmosphere. The ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published April 14th 2013 by Firdance Books
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Gary Bonn
Jun 17, 2013 Gary Bonn added it  ·  (Review from the author)
About a year ago someone challenged the stable of writers from Firedance Books to compose an anthology themed around the word Firedance.
It was tougher than we thought. Months of blood, tears and sweat later - here it is. It's wonderful to be included in a project with so many writers that I admire and respect so much. Every one of their stories is beautifully crafted, memorable and riveting.
I hope you'll enjoy and treasure this as much as I do.
Jul 14, 2013 Jae rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
Some great stories from my fellow Firedancers on a theme that was surprisingly difficult to write about.
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JAE ERWIN writes, teaches yoga and co-runs a publishing co-operative. She lives on the Pennines, has a husband, three sons, a dog, two cats, three chickens and four vegetable beds – don’t ask her which one she loves the most. Jae has two more novels in progress and has written many short stories, several of them published. A poem or six lurks in her dim and distant past.
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