Cardinalities: Works Inspired by Orson Scott Card – edited by David Doering and Greg Vose

"Cardinalities - Works Inspired by Orson Scott Card" edited by David Doering and Greg Vose.

“Cardinalities – Works Inspired by Orson Scott Card” edited by David Doering and Greg Vose.


Title: Cardinalities: Works Inspired by Orson Scott Card
Author(s): M. Shayne Bell, Jake Black, Scott Everett Bronson, Lance Card, Orson Scott Card, Michael R. Collings, David Doering, David Farland, Scott R. Parkin, Brandon Sanderson, Eric James Stone, Brad R. Torgersen
Editor(s): David Doering, Greg Vose
Cover Artist: none
Interior Artist(s): Lance Card, James A. Owen
Language: English
Publisher: LTUE Press
Published: March 2014
ISBN-10: none
ISBN-13: none
Notes: Limited numbered edition 10/120 copies. Anthology put together and sold to raise funds for Dave Wolverton’s son, who was seriously injured in a skateboarding accident.
Contents:
   “The Power of Story” by David Doering
   “Poems” by Michael R. Collings
   “OSC” poem by Michael R. Collings
   “Footprints” by Brad R. Torgersen
   “Betrayer of Trees” by Eric James Stone
   “A Plague of Butterflies” by Orson Scott Card, Jake Black, and Lance Card
   “Kingsmeat” poem by Michael R. Collings
   “Empty Every Night” by Scott R. Parkin
   “Tattoo” by Scott Everett Bronson
   “Inuit” by M. Shayne Bell
   “Speaker for the Dead” poem by Michael R. Collings
   “Siren Song at Midnight” by David Farland
   “Firstborn” by Brandon Sanderson

The Green Man – Tales from the Mythic Forest – edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling

"The Green Man - Tales from the Mythic Forest" - edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling.

“The Green Man – Tales from the Mythic Forest” – edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling.


Title: The Green Man – Tales from the Mythic Forest
Author(s): M. Shayne Bell, Emma Bull, Michael Cadnum, Charles de Lint, Carolyn Dunn, Carol Emshwiller, Jeffrey Ford, Neil Gaiman, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Kathe Koja, Tanith Lee, Bill Lewis, Gregory Maguire, Patricia A. McKillip, Delia Sherman, Midori Snyder, Katherine Vaz, Jane Yolen
Editor(s): Ellen Datlow, Terri Windling
Cover Artist: Charles Vess
Interior Artist(s): Charles Vess
Language: English
Publisher: Viking
Published: May 2002
ISBN-10: 06700356262
ISBN-13: 97806700356267
Contents:
   “Preface” by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling
   “Introduction: About the Green Man and Other Forest Lore” by Terri Windling
   “Going Wodwo” poem by Neil Gaiman
   “Grand Central Park” by Delia Sherman
   “Daphne” by Michael Cadnum
   “Somewhere in My Mind There Is a Painting Box” by Charles de Lint
   “Among the Leaves So Green” by Tanith Lee
   “Song of the Cailleach Bheur” poem by Jane Yolen
   “Hunter’s Moon” by Patricia A. McKillip
   “Charlie’s Away” by Midori Snyder
   “A World Painted by Birds” by Katherine Vaz
   “Grounded” by Nina Kiriki Hoffman
   “Overlooking” by Carol Emshwiller
   “Fee, Fie, Foe, et Cetera” by Gregory Maguire
   “Joshua Tree” by Emma Bull
   “Ali Anugne O Chash” (The Boy Who Was) by Carolyn Dunn
   “Remnants” by Kathe Koja
   “The Pagodas of Ciboure” by M. Shayne Bell
   “Green Men” poem by Bill Lewis
   “The Green Word” by Jeffrey Ford

Bones of the World – Tales from Time’s End – edited by Bruce Holland Rogers

Title: Bones of the World – Tales from Time’s End
Series: Darkfire
Number in Series: 4 (four)
Author(s): Daniel Abraham, Lee Allred, M. Shayne Bell, Philip Brewer, Michael Scott Bricker, David Ira Cleary, Lawrence Fitzgerald, Susan J. Kroupa, Jay Lake, Mary Soon Lee, David D. Levine, Joe Murphy, Jerry Oltion, Brian Plante, Bruce Holland Rogers, Darrell Schweitzer, Justin Stanchfield, Jonathon Sullivan, Todd R. Supple, Lois Tilton, Christos Tsirbas, James Van Pelt, Ray Vukcevich, Ken Wharton
Editor(s): Bruce Holland Rogers
Cover Artist: Melisa Michaels
Language: English
Publisher: SFF Net
Published: September 2001
ISBN-10: 0966969847
ISBN-13: 9780966969849
Contents:
   “Introduction” by Bruce Holland Rogers
   “The Seeds of Time” by Jerry Oltion
   “Red Queen” by Ken Wharton
   “We Came Back” by Lois Tilton
   “The Dove Cage” by Brian Plante
   “Love and Glass” by Michael Scott Bricker
   “Hymnal” by Lee Allred
   “Clever People” by Mary Soon Lee
   “We Finally Go Back to Mars” by Ray Vukcevich
   “Old Immortality” by David Ira Cleary
   “The Niman Project” by Susan J. Kroupa
   “Wind from a Dying Star” by David D. Levine
   “To the Sea, Our Tears Returned” by Justin Stanchfield
   “The Guerdon Earth” by Jonathon Sullivan
   “A Good Move in Design Space” by Daniel Abraham
   “The Sol Supernova Bakeoff” by Christos Tsirbas
   “They Went Up” by Lawrence Fitzgerald
   “Ragnarok of the Post-Humans: Final Transmissions, Sam 43 Unit 763” by M. Shayne Bell
   “Fallow” by Todd R. Supple
   “New Song of Old Earth” by Philip Brewer
   “The Courtesy of Guests” by Jay Lake
   “The Last of the Black Wine” by Darrell Schweitzer
   “Engines of Similarity” by Joe Murphy
   “The Last Age Should Show Your Heart” by James Van Pelt

Washed by a Wave of Wind – Science Fiction from the Corridor – edited by M. Shayne Bell

Title: Washed by a Wave of Wind: Science Fiction from the Corridor
Author(s): Glenn L. Anderson, Virginia Ellen Baker, M. Shayne Bell, Pat Bezzant, Elizabeth H. Boyer, Orson Scott Card, James Cummings, Kathleen Dalton-Woodbury, David Doering, B.J. Fogg, Melva Gifford, Charlene C. Harmon, Diana Lofgran Hoffman, Barbara R. Hume, Carolyn Nicita, Michaelene Pendleton, D. William Shunn, Diann Thornley, Dave Wolverton, Lyn Worthen, M.W. Worthen
Editor(s): M. Shayne Bell
Cover Artist: n/a
Language: English
Publisher: Signature Books
Published: January 1994
ISBN-10: 1560850388
ISBN-13: 9781560850380
Contents:
   “Editor’s Introduction: Toward a Science Fiction from the West” by M. Shayne Bell
   “Prologue: Strange Bedfellows—A History of Science Fiction in the Corridor” by Barbara R. Hume
   “Wheatfields Beyond” by Dave Wolverton
   “Solitude” by Carolyn Nicita
   “Outside the Tabernacle” by B.J. Fogg
   “Space People” by James Cummings
   “The Shining Dream Road Out” by M. Shayne Bell
   “Other Time” by Diana Lofgran Hoffman
   “Rise Up, Ye Women That Are at Ease” by D. William Shunn
   “You Can’t Go Back” by M.W. Worthen
   “Thunderbird’s Egg ” by Diann Thornley
   “Scrap Pile” by Melva Gifford
   “Signs and Wonders” by Kathleen Dalton-Woodbury
   “Songs of Solomon” by Virginia Ellen Baker
   “Pueblo de Sión” by Charlene C. Harmon
   “A Foreigner Comes to Reddyville” by Elizabeth H. Boyer
   “Snooze” by David Doering
   “Shannon’s Flight” by Glenn L. Anderson
   “Rumors of My Death” by Lyn Worthen
   “Finale” by Pat Bezzant
   “Dealer” by Michaelene Pendleton
   “Pageant Wagon” by Orson Scott Card

The Leading Edge Magazine of Science Fiction and Fantasy 12 – edited by Karl F. Batdorff and Chris Halladay

Title: The Leading Edge Magazine of Science Fiction and Fantasy 12
Series: Leading Edge
Number in Series: 12 (twelve)
Author(s): April Allgaier, Glenn L. Anderson, Karl F. Batdorff, M. Shayne Bell, Charlene Carlisle, Sharon Deem, Dave Doering, Colleen Drippé, Mel L. Gifford, B. Kent Harrison, Howard V. Hendrix, Robert Kirby, Jonathan D. Langford, Per A. Malm, Julia L. Taylor, Sharon Wilson
Editor(s): Karl F. Batdorff, Chris Halladay
Cover Artist: Dave Bastian
Interior Artist(s): Alicia Brimhall, Elaine Grey, Shareen Halliday, Edward Liebing, Eddy Mueller, David A. Murry, Valerie Reese, John Utykanski, Sharon Wilson
Language: English
Publisher: Quark: The Association of Science Fiction and Fantasy
Published: 1986
Notes:
Staff List:
   Executive Editor: Karl F. Batdorff
   Managing Editor: Chris Halladay
   Assistant Editor: James Wilson
   Executive Secretary: Joseph Wager
   Editing Director: Jonathan D. Langford
   Fiction Director: Edward Liebing
   Nonfiction Director: April Allgaier
   Art Director: Shareen D. Halliday
   Marketing Director: Jennilyn Babcock
   Associate Editors: Charlene Carlisle, David Doering, Mel L. Gifford
   Staff: Ole Anderson, Colleen Aston, Cathy Errickson, Tom Grover, Douglas Jole, Keith Kennedy, John Landbeck, Per Malm, Kristy Merrill, Dale Stephenson, Julia Taylor, Tovia Tracy, Rick Utykanski, Deborah Wager, Keri Webb, David Wolverton
   Special Thanks to: Linda Hunter Adams, Elizabeth Pope, Susan Ream, Marion K. Smith, Marjorie Wight
Contents:
   “Driven to the Edge: Editor’s Page” by Karl F. Batdorff
   “Chipping at the Edge: Letters to the Editor” by Sharon Deem, Dave Doering, and Per A. Malm
   “Run Fast, Rat Mother” by Glenn L. Anderson
   “Approaching the Edge: From the Big Bang to Superstrings to Nuclear Fusion” by B. Kent Harrison
   “Rasta Man” by Howard V. Hendrix
   “Saguaro” by Robert Kirby
   “The Dawntower” poem by Charlene Carlisle
   “And the Stars Are Old (Part 1 of 2)” by M. Shayne Bell
   “A View from the Edge: Report from Confederation” by Jonathan D. Langford
   “Tabby” by Colleen Drippé
   “Over the Edge: Reflection on Twenty Years of Star Trek” by Julia L. Taylor
   “Mandy” by April Allgaier
   “Magician’s Retreat” by Sharon Wilson
   “Take Out the Trash” by Mel L. Gifford

The Leading Edge Magazine of Science Fiction and Fantasy 11 – edited by Jonathan D. Langford and Edward Liebing

Title: The Leading Edge Magazine of Science Fiction and Fantasy 11
Series: Leading Edge
Number in Series: 1 (one)
Author(s): April Allgaier, Cathleen Barney, Karl F. Batdorff, M. Shayne Bell, Todd Bennett, Charlene Carlisle, Dennis E. Clayson, Craig L. Dalley, Brian Keith Evenson, Clark Farmer, Teresa Keenan, Jonathan D. Langford, Edward Liebing , Frank Maxwell, Neil J. McMichaels, Chad R. Milliner, John B. Rosenman, Julia L. Taylor, Dave Wolverton
Editor(s): Jonathan D. Langford, Edward Liebing
Cover Artist: Steve Keele
Interior Artist(s): Cory Bartholemew, David Bastian, David Michael Bastian, Darin Bell, Blake Crary, Shareen D. Halliday, Keith Kennedy, Edward Liebing, Eddy Mueller, Beverly Nokes, Valerie Rees, Clint Sessions, Michael Woodbury
Language: English
Publisher: Quark – The Science and Fiction Club
Published: 1985
Notes:
Staff List:
   Executive Editor: Jonathan D. Langford
   Managing Editor: Edward Liebing
   Assistant Editor: Karl F. Batdorff
   Executive Secretary: Valerie Rees
   Editing Director: David Wolverton
   Fiction Director: Chris Halladay
   Nonfiction Director: April Allgaier
   Art Director: Shareen D. Halliday
   Marketing Director: Jennilyn Babcock
   Associate Editors: Charlene Carlisle, Mel L. Gifford, James Wilson
   Staff: David Bastian, Eric Blood, David Doering, Mike Eging, Beverly Farland, Laurel Fearnley, Tom Grover, Polly Harris, Steve Houston, Keith Kennedy, John Landbeck, Per Malm, Eddy Mueller, Beverly Nokes, Eric Nyer, John Pennock, Suzanne Slingerland, Connie Smith, Lareena Smith, Dale Stephenson, Keri Webb, David Wilson, Anne Woddard, Michael Woodbury
   Special Thanks to: Linda Hunter Adams, Elizabeth Pope, Susan Ream, Marion K. Smith, Marjorie Wright
Contents:
   “Driven to the Edge: Editor’s Page” by Jonathan D. Langford
   “Free Air” by John B. Rosenman
   “Approaching the Edge: Playing the Game: An Interview with Gregory Benford” by Frank Maxwell
   “Fire and Brimstone” by Chad R. Milliner
   “Bob” by Brian Keith Evenson
   “Moon” poem by Clark Farmer
   “A View from the Edge: The Great Shift from Science Fiction to Fantasy” by Jonathan D. Langford
   “It Happened Like This…” by Craig L. Dalley
   “Elegy for a Childhood Friendship” poem by Neil J. McMichaels
   “Road to Candarei” by M. Shayne Bell
   “Over the Edge: Life, the Universe and Everything IV” by April Allgaier
   “The Library” by Teresa Keenan
   “Laundromat: Night” poem by M. Shayne Bell
   “Derahn” by Cathleen Barney
   “The Postman” by David Brin – review by Karl F. Batdorff
   “Always Coming Home” by Ursula K. Le Guin – review by Dave Wolverton
   “Sentenced to Prism” by Alan Dean Foster – review by Julia L. Taylor
   “Myth-ing Persons” by Robert Asprin – review by Charlene Carlisle
   “Speaker for the Dead” by Orson Scott Card – review by Todd Bennett
   “In the Room of the Third Reflection” by Dennis E. Clayson
   “Evanescence” by Charlene Carlisle
   “A Word in Edgewise: Manic Maunderings of a Managing Editor” by Edward Liebing

The Leading Edge Magazine of Science Fiction & Fantasy 8 – edited by David Doering and Jonathan D. Langford

Title: The Leading Edge Magazine of Science Fiction & Fantasy 8
Series: Leading Edge
Number in Series: 8 (eight)
Author(s): Steven K. Barton, Michael Shayne Bell, Dan Burk, David Doering, Jim B. Ellis, Karen Ellis, Mel L. Gifford, Nancy Lynn Hayes, Barbara R. Hume, Jonathan Langford, Connie Ruth Rush
Editor(s): David Doering, Jonathan D. Langford
Cover Artist: James Watson
Interior Artist(s): Sharon Barwick, David Bastian, Steve Keele, Ron Shirtz, James Watson
Language: English
Publisher: Quark – The Science and Fiction Club
Published: 1984
Notes:
Staff List:
   Executive Editor: David Doering
   Managing Editor: Jonathan D. Langford
   Executive Secretary: David Wolverton
   Editing Director: Virginia E. Baker
   Fiction Editor: Mel L. Gifford
   Nonfiction Editor: Amelia L. McClure
   Art Director: James Watson
   Associate Editors: M. Shayne Bell, Lareena Smith
   Staff: Delayna Anderson, Russell Asplund, Jenni Babcock, Sharon Barwick, Karl Batdorff, Dave Bastian, Ron Blankenship, Vicki Brinkmeier, Karen Ellis, Beverly Farland, Tom Grover, Nancy Hayes, Mariann Howarth, Terry Jeffress, Steve Keele, Pet Malm, Ed Phippen, Connie Rush, Jim Sather, Bill Schuler, Cindy Skinner, Keri Webb, Jamie Whalen, David Wilson
   Special Thanks to: Linda Hunter Adams, Elizabeth Pope, Susan Ream, Marion K. Smith, Marjorie Wright
Contents:
   “Driven to the Edge: Editor’s Page” by David Doering
   “Wall Street Wizardry” by Dan Burk
   “Approaching the Edge: The Sheer Joy of Storytelling: An Interview with C. J. Cherryh” by Michael Shayne Bell
   “Split Personality” by Nancy Lynn Hayes
   “View from the Edge: Always Working on a Book: An Interview with Frederik Pohl” by Connie R. Rush
   “First Contact: A Play in One Act” by Michael Shayne Bell
   “Young Rissa” by F. M. Busby – review by Karen Ellis
   “Raphael” by R. A. MacAvoy – review by Nancy Lynn Hayes
   “The River of Dancing Gods” by Jack L. Chalker – review by Nancy Lynn Hayes
   “Oh Vile Dragon” by Steven K. Barton
   “Dragon” by Jim B. Ellis
   “The Only Sure Escape” by Connie Ruth Rush
   “Star Weaver” poem by Mel L. Gifford
   “L. A. Con II: A World Con for All Fans…” by Barbara R. Hume
   “A Word in Edgewise: Report from the Managing Editor” by Jonathan Langford

The Leading Edge Magazine of Science Fiction & Fantasy 7 – edited by David Doering and Robert A. Steimle

Title: The Leading Edge Magazine of Science Fiction & Fantasy 7
Series: Leading Edge
Number in Series: 7 (seven)
Author(s): M. Shayne Bell, Ron Blankenship, Doug Campbell, David Doering, Mel. L. Gifford, Nancy Lynn Hayes, Barbara R. Hume, Jonathan Langford, Alan D. Manning, Kristy Merrill, Mandy Nakommen, David Orr, Rayda Reed, Lareena Smith, Marion K. Smith, P. Karen Todd, Stephen C. Walker, James Watson
Editor(s): David Doering, Robert A. Steimle
Cover Artist: David Bastian
Interior Artist(s): David Michael Bastian, Brian Bird, Steve Keele, Don Maitz, Jeff Poffenberger, Ron Shirtz, Nancy Tanner, James Watson
Language: English
Publisher: Quark – The Science and Fiction Club
Published: 1984
Notes: No publication date given in issue, year obtained from dated art and theme of issue (“1984”).
Staff List:
   Executive Editor: David Doering
   Managing Editor: Robert A. Steimle
   Assistant Editor: Jonathan D. Langford
   Fiction Editor: Mel. L. Gifford
   Nonfiction Editor: Amelia L. McClure
   Art Director: James Watson
   Marketing Director: Jerry Loomis
   Associate Editor: Nancy Lynn Hayes
   Technical Advisor: M. Shayne Bell
   Art Staff: David Bastian, Brian Bird, Steven Keele, Jeff Poffenberger, Ron Shirtz, Nancy A. Tanner
   Staff: Ronald W. Blankenship, Tom Grover, Vicki Brinkmeier, Peter Haymond, Mariann Howarth, Barbara Hume, Carolyn Larsen, Christian Larsen, LuAnn Mason, Jerrie Morrow, Connie Rush, Jim L. Sather, Cindy Skinner, Lareena Smith, Kathryn Summers, Nancy A. Tanner, Keri Webb, David Wilson
   Special Thanks to: Elizabeth Pope, Susan Ream, Marion Smith, Marjorie Wright, Linda Hunter Adams
Contents:
   “Driven to the Edge: Editor’s Page” by David Doering
   “Rocksong” by Rayda Reed
   “Approaching the Edge: Significance of Sound in Names Found in Fantasy Literature” by Alan D. Manning
   “Hard Knocks” by Lareena Smith and Ron Blankenship
   “To Prove the Warrior” by Mel. L. Gifford
   “The White Flash” by Kristy Merrill
   “Visions of the Edge: An Interview with Don Maitz” by David Doering
   “Chef’s Choice” by Barbara R. Hume
   “The Token” by Mandy Nakommen
   “Standard Procedure” by James Watson
   “View from the Edge I: The I. R. S. as Big Brother: ‘1984’ in 1984” by Stephen C. Walker
   “The Test” by P. Karen Todd
   “View from the Edge II: ‘1984’ as Preventative Prophecy” by Marion K. Smith
   “Dark Between the Stars” by M. Shayne Bell
   “Home 2180 a.d.” by Jonathan Langford
   “Shadow Walker” by M. Shayne Bell, Nancy Lynn Hayes, Jonathan Langford, and Lareena Smith
   “Over the Edge: Science and Sorcerers: A Casual Look at Role- (Roll-) Playing” by David Orr
   “The Book of God” by Doug Campbell

The Leading Edge: The Magazine of Science Fiction & Fantasy 6 – edited by David Doering

Title: The Leading Edge: The Magazine of Science Fiction & Fantasy 6
Series: Leading Edge
Number in Series: 6 (six)
Author(s): Virginia E. Baker, David M. Bastian, M. Shayne Bell, Dan L. Burke, David Doering, Mel. L. Gifford, Nancy Lynn Hayes, Barbara R. Hume, Carolyn Nicita, Amy Parker, Bill Schuler, Lareena Smith, Diann Thornley, Burdean R. Wirtz
Editor(s): David Doering
Cover Artist: James Christensen
Interior Artist(s): David Bastian, James Christensen, Joe Flores, Steven Keele, Laurelle, Leslie Perdew, James Watson
Language: English
Publisher: The Leading Edge
Published: 1984
Notes:
Staff List:
   Publisher: Lareena Smith
   Executive Editor: David Doering
   Executive Secretary: Jonathan Langford
   Fiction Editor: Mel L. Gifford
   Nonfiction Editor: Helen Orr
   Poetry Editor: Robert A. Steimle
   Art Director: James Watson
   Production Editor: M. Shayne Bell
   Associate Editors: Virginia E. Baker, M. Shayne Bell, Nancy Lynn Hayes, Barbara Hume, Jonathan Langford, Lareena Smith
   Art Staff: David Bastian, Joe Flores, Steven Keele, Leslie Perdew
   Staff: Vicki Brinkmeier, Karen Ellis, Peter Haymond, Carolyn Larsen, Christian Larsen, LuAnn Mason, Jerrie Morrow, David Orr, Amy Parker, Cindy Skinner, Bill Schuler, Nancy Tanner
   Editors Emeritus: Cara Bullinger, Sonja Porter, Michael W. Reed, Rayda Reed
   Special Thanks to: Elizabeth Pope, Susan Ream, Marion Smith, Marjorie Wright
Contents:
   “Driven to the Edge: Editor’s Page” by David Doering
   “Midnight Mandate” poem by Burdean R. Wirtz
   “Truth or Consequences” by Barbara R. Hume
   “Approaching the Edge: Kindly in the Mirror: An Interview with Dean Ing” by Amy Parker
   “Eye Hath Not Seen” by Carolyn Nicita
   “A Witch’s Christmas” by Michael Shayne Bell
   “Changeling Soul” poem by Virginia E. Baker
   “Loyalty” by Nancy Lynn Hayes
   “Visions of the Edge: Painting That Crazy Stuff: An Interview with James Christensen” by David Doering
   “Arrow’s Song” by Mel. L. Gifford
   “Sunfinder” by Lareena Smith
   “Wizard’s Wine” by Dan L. Burke
   “View from the Edge: A Strange New Speech: Two Gorillas and Language” by M. Shayne Bell
   “The Screw-up Letters or Snodgrass, Why Weepest Thou?” by David Michael Bastian
   “The Distant Legacy” by Diann Thornley
   “Over the Edge: Point / Counterpoint: Two Reviews of ‘The Alliance’ by Gerald N. Lund” by Bill Schuler and Barbara R. Hume