October 2, 2008 from Viking Penguin:
HC: October 2, 2008 · 978-0670010905 · $19.99
Nine stories each with an illustration by Shaun Tan.
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- “Pretty Monsters” in Pretty Monsters
- The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror 2008: 21st Annual Collection (with Ellen Datlow and Gavin J. Grant)
- “The Constable of Abal” in The Best Sciene Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Vol. 2
- “Light” reprinted in Best American Fantasy 2008.
- “The Surfer” in The Starry Rift.
- Redivider | Sybil’s Garage | Return of the Reluctant | Strange Horizons | Milk of Medusa | The Well | Salon.com | Beatrice.com |Locus (Order this issue: free shipping or free with subscription.)
- Illustrated by Shelley Jackson.
- Hardcover | paperback | Limited
- Best of the Year: Time Magazine, Salon, Village Voice, San Francisco Chronicle, PopMatters.
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- “Eerie and engrossing.”
— Washington Post Book World
- * Not only does Link find fresh perspectives from which to explore familiar premises, she also forges ingenious connections between disparate images and narrative approaches to suggest a convincing alternate logic that shapes the worlds of her highly original fantasies.”
— Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)
- Debut collection by Kelly Link. A Salon Book of the Year and Village Voice Favorite Book.
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- Now in its sixth printing.
- Fifth Printing Note: We are sorry to say some copies of this printing have page 118 reprinted where page 188 should be. There are a couple of remedies. You can download the pdf of page 188here or you can email us.
We are a tiny press and we apologize for our mistake. We hope the replacement page (or the book) will satisfy readers. However, if you’d rather, we will replace your book. Please email us if this is the case.
How to identify if your copy is a 5th printing: On the copyright page it states “First Edition 5 6 7 8 9 0”
Trampoline: an anthology of mostly original fiction edited by Kelly Link.
- Greer Gilman’s novella “A Crowd of Bone” was a World Fantasy Award Winner. Alex Irvine’s story “Gus Dreams of Biting the Mailman” and the anthology were also nominated.