Our anthologies are collections of short stories written by both renowned fantasy authors and previously undiscovered talent from around the world.
Each anthology contains ten (or more) stories by professional, published authors, hand picked by our editors. After choosing these stories we open submissions to unpublished writers who compete for spot in the anthology and be published along side some of the biggest names in fantasy.
Fantasy-Faction Anthology (2014)
Edited by Marc Aplin and Jennie Ivins
Stories by Mark Lawrence, Jessalyn Heaton, Jon Sprunk, Edmund Wells, Rene Sears, Adrian Tchaikovsky, Myke Cole, Miah Sonnel, Daniel Beazley, Richard Ford, Michael J. Sullivan, and John Yeo Jr.
Articles by Richard Morgan, Anne Lyle, Kameron Hurley, James Barclay, and Mark Charan Newton
From award winning website, Fantasy-Faction, comes an anthology of short stories and articles celebrating the fantasy genre’s diversity.
Dragons, magic, clones, portals and swords are just some of what awaits you on the quests and investigations within.
Written by a combination of genre giants and previously unpublished authors, this is Fantasy-Faction in a book.
“I’ve never really been interested in short stories before, but the cracking list of contributors in the Fantasy-Faction Anthology twisted my arm into giving it a go … And – bloody hell! It’s marvelous.”
“I am giving this book 5 stars. I have read 7 anthologies in the last 12 months and this is the one I am most likely to read all of again.”
“A great collection of short stories and essays on the nature of fantasy literature. There are some real gems amongst the pile of gold coins that rests beneath the dragon (on the cover).”