Playground of Lost Toys

Playground of Lost Toys A dynamic collection of stories that explore the mystery awe and dread that we may have felt as children when encountering a special toy But it goes further to the edges of space where games are fo

  • Title: Playground of Lost Toys
  • Author: Colleen Anderson Ursula Pflug Rhonda Eikamp Robert Runte Linda DeMeulemeester Kevin Cockle Claude Lalumière Dominik Parisien
  • ISBN: 9781550965025
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Paperback
  • A dynamic collection of stories that explore the mystery, awe and dread that we may have felt as children when encountering a special toy But it goes further, to the edges of space, where games are for keeps and where the mind plays its own games We enter a world where the magic may not have been lost, where a toy plays for keeps or computers and gods vie for the upper hA dynamic collection of stories that explore the mystery, awe and dread that we may have felt as children when encountering a special toy But it goes further, to the edges of space, where games are for keeps and where the mind plays its own games We enter a world where the magic may not have been lost, where a toy plays for keeps or computers and gods vie for the upper hand Dolls, stuffed animals, wooden games of skill, ancient artifacts misinterpreted, and items that seek a life or even revenge these lost toys and games bring tales of companionship, loss, revenge, hope, murder, cunning, and love, to be unearthed in the sandbox.

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    • Colleen Anderson Ursula Pflug Rhonda Eikamp Robert Runte Linda DeMeulemeester Kevin Cockle Claude Lalumière Dominik Parisien

      Writer of fiction, dark fiction, erotica, poetry, SF, fantasy, you name it, and a partridge in a pair of trees Past poetry editor for ChiZine and slush reader for CZP Co editor with Steve Vernon of Tesseracts 17 Twice nominated for the Aurora Award, as well as shortlisted for the Gaylactic Spectrum Award, the Friends of Merril short fiction contest, the Rannu competition and placed second in poetry , the SFPA poetry contest Winner of the Jerry Jazz Musician short story contest Several honorable mentions in the Year s Best SF, Year s Best Horror and Fantasy, and the Writers of the Future.Embers Amongst the Fallen is a reprint collection available through Smashwords and Please leave a review Chapbook of speculative verse Ancient Tales, Grand Deaths and Past Lives available through kelpqueenpress

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    • To me, anthologies are like more expensive grab bags - one might buy them on the principle of knowing an author or two, whether literally or literarily, but at the end of the day, it's a gamble what you end up with. Playground of Lost Toys is on the successful side of the anthology grab bag; the majority of the stories I'd read again, and a number of them were quite brilliant.Quick rundown of my personal favourites: Chris Kuriata's "Fun Things For Ages 8 To 10" reads like something from that mag [...]


    • Playground of Lost Toys leads us up those creaking attic stairs to a toy trunk of abandoned memories, lost experiences, and secrets shared in a language we only knew how to speak when we were children. It is an anthology about re-visitings, reimaginings, and explorations into those forgotten worlds that we created so easily when we were young. The authors in this collection play with our senses, but, most significantly, with our sense of nostalgia, reminding us of the things we set aside to call [...]








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