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Black Dragon, White Dragon

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Black Dragon, White Dragon is a collection of 24 short stories about the most fearsome and magical of all creatures to ever inhabit the world of fantasy literature: dragons. From marauding beast to noble saviour, the dragon is presented here in a myriad of forms by a group of today's most exciting authors including Eugie Foster, Jeff Crook and James S. Dorr.
Paperback, 240 pages
Published December 1st 2008 by Ricasso Press
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Kelly Harmon
Of course I'm biased in this review! My story, "San Marino and the Dragon" appears in this book. But don't take my word for how good (my story) is! See praise for it here:
A collection of short stories about dragons - not only the titular black and white varieties, but in all the colors of the rainbow. I'll need to read it again, and then I'll write a review of each piece.
Armand Rosamilia
Slightly biased, as my "Dragon's Hide" short story is in this book, but the other stories are excellent!!
Steve Goble
Can't review it, because I'm in it, but it's fun stuff.
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I grew up in the Midwest, although I call home a mildly haunted, fey-infested house in metro Atlanta that I share with my husband, Matthew. After receiving my Master of Arts degree in Developmental Psychology, I retired from academia to pen flights of fancy. I also edit legislation for the Georgia General Assembly, which from time to time I suspect is another venture into flights of fancy.

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