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Polyphony 6 by Deborah Layne & Jay Lake (Eds.)
Review by Colleen Cahill
Wheatland Press Book  ISBN/ITEM#: 0975590340
Date: Nov 10, 2006 / Show Article /

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If we had to rely on the large publishing firms for innovative short fiction, the choices would be very few. These publishers produce only a handful of magazines that cover science fiction, fantasy or horror short stories and with the exception of a few themed or "best of" anthologies, collections are as rare as hen's teeth. Fortunately for readers who crave unique and experimental work, the small press community is filling that void and few do it better than the Polyphony series. Editors Deborah Layne and Jay Lake have brought together the work of both new and established authors that run across all styles, but have in common excellent writing that is more than touched by unusual. In Polyphony 6, they again prove that there is no shortage of provocative short fiction if one knows where to look.

(Source: Wheatland Press)

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