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Lost Worlds, Retraced

(Third Flatiron Anthologies Vol. 2, Autumn 2013)

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Third Flatiron presents "Lost Worlds, Retraced," with
over a dozen new SF/Fantasy/Horror short stories about lost worlds and
parallel universes. If Discovery Channel shows like "Ancient Aliens"
or "Man vs. Wild" are among your guilty pleasures, this could be the
anthology for you. Our storytellers retrace the lost paths of an
ancient sun-worshipping civilization, a doomed plane
Published September 1st 2013 by Third Flatiron Anthologies (first published August 26th 2013)
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Robina Williams
Sep 15, 2013 rated it liked it
Review of 'Lost Worlds, Retraced,' published by Third Flatiron Publishing, Fall 2013.

'Lost Worlds, Retraced,' the latest of Third Flatiron's themed anthologies, is an interesting and varied read. All the stories give food for thought. Among them are:

The Sun Greeter by Marilyn K Martin -- The clever little story that opens the anthology causes the reader to wonder just how advanced a traveler from the future really is compared with the 'primitive' civilisation she is visiting; there is a neat tur
Sep 08, 2013 rated it really liked it
This is another great anthology from Third Flatiron. There are perhaps no "great" stories, but neither are there any poor ones--all of them are very good. It's rare to find such balance in an anthology and I really appreciated it.

The thematic context of how they all fit together is a work of art in itself. The theme of "Lost Worlds" is an interesting theme, and one that is taken to a lot of different and interesting places. I would have liked to maybe see something kind of Jules Verne or Edgar R
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Juliana Rew was an NCAR science and technical writer in Boulder, Colorado, and is editor at Third Flatiron Publishing, publishing SF and fantasy anthologies.

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Third Flatiron Anthologies (1 - 10 of 13 books)
  • Over the Brink: Tales of Environmental Disaster (Third Flatiron Anthologies, Volume 1, Spring 2012)
  • A High Shrill Thump: War Stories (Third Flatiron Anthologies, Volume 1, Fall 2012)
  • Origins: Colliding Causalities (Third Flatiron Anthologies, Vol. 1, Winter 2012)
  • Universe Horribilis (Third Flatiron Anthologies, Volume 2, Spring 2013)
  • Playing with Fire (Third Flatiron Anthologies, Volume 2, Summer 2013)
  • Redshifted: Martian Stories (Third Flatiron Anthologies, Volume 2, Winter 2013)
  • Astronomical Odds (Third Flatiron Anthologies, Volume 3, Spring 2014)
  • Master Minds (Third Flatiron Anthologies, Volume 3, Summer 2014)
  • Abbreviated Epics
  • The Time It Happened (Third Flatiron Anthologies, Spring 2015)