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Terra! Tara! Terror!

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Third Flatiron Anthologies Book 24

Edited by Juliana Rew, Featuring Diane Morrison

Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror (Anthology)

Whether the setting is a cabin in the woods, Fae, or a tomb by the sounding sea, Third Flatiron’s new anthology, “Terra! Tara! Terror!” takes you on an atmospheric journey through the realms of speculative fiction. We invite you to savor its mixture of dark and playful themes, fantastical elements, and mystery. A flash humor section, “Grins and Gurgles,” is also featured.

“Terra! Tara! Terror!” is an original and varied collection of science fiction/fantasy, humor, and horror from an international group of contributors. Writers include Salinda Tyson, Marie Vibbert, Jen Downes, Evelyn Deshane, John Paul Davies, Steven Mathes, Diane Morrison, E.M. Sheehan, Michele Baron, Liam Hogan, Stefon Mears, K. G. Anderson, Kelly A. Harmon, Matthew Reardon, Samuel Chapman, Emmett Schlenz, Gustavo Bondoni, Melanie Rees, Kiki Gonglewski, Caroline Sciriha, Wulf Moon, Dan Micklethwaite, Rhonda Eikamp, Blake Jessop, Elizabeth Twist, and Josh Taylor. Special reprint by Robert Silverberg. Edited by Juliana Rew.

Reviews of the Anthology:

If you’re looking for great stories from various areas of speculative fiction, Terra! Tara! Terror! is a good place to look!

Mad Scientist’s Journal

This is an interesting, eclectic mixture of stories, mostly science fiction or fantasy, with a couple of horror stories and a couple that are outside the speculative genre. Overall the reader will find several engaging stories.

Tangent Online

Reviews of “The Android Graveyard” by Diane Morrison:

Morrison has penned an engaging story.

Tangent Online

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