Towers of Darkover

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Towers of Darkover
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Cover of the first edition
Author edited by Marion Zimmer Bradley
Cover artist Richard Hescox
Country United States
Language English
Series Darkover
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Publisher DAW Books
Publication date
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Media type Print (Paperback)
Pages Lua error in Module:Wikidata at line 245: invalid escape sequence near '"^'.
ISBN 0-88677-553-1
OCLC 28406201
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Towers of Darkover is an anthology of fantasy and science fiction short stories edited by Marion Zimmer Bradley. The stories are set in Bradley's world of Darkover. The book was first published by DAW Books (No. 919) in July, 1993.

Contents

  • Editorial, by Marion Zimmer Bradley
  • "Love of the Banshee," by Lynne Armstrong-Jones
  • "The Wind Man," by Dorothy J. Heydt
  • "Shelter," by Nina Boal
  • "Carmen’s Flight," by Margaret L. & Leslie R. Carter
  • "Ten Minutes or So," by Marion Zimmer Bradley
  • "Victory’s Cost," by Patricia B. Cirone
  • "Kefan McIlroy Is Snared," by Aletha Biedermann-Wiens
  • "Rosa the Washerwoman," by Mary Ellen Fletcher
  • "Like a Moth to the Flame," by Emily Alward
  • "A Change of View," by Judith Kobylecky
  • "Choices," by Lynn Michals
  • "A Lesser Life," by Patricia Duffy Novak
  • "Summer Storms," by Glenn Sixbury
  • "Conscience," by Alexandra Sarris
  • "Shame," by Charley Pearson
  • "The Frontier," by Diana L. Paxson
  • "The Aillard Anomaly," by Diann Partridge
  • "Destined for the Tower," by Elisabeth Waters & Deborah Wheeler
  • "The Madwoman of the Kilghard Hills," by Joan Marie Verba
  • "I’m a Big Cat Now," by David R. Heydt

References