Tavern Tales

Think you know a tavern tale when you hear one Think again The seventeen stories in this volume run the gamut of genre and mood Bars filled with glitter and ghosts stand alongside taverns filled with orcs and adventurers Exclusive members only drinks served at the end of the universe war with coffee bars with strange employee policies in the Pacific Northwest Dive barThink you know a tavern tale when you hear one Think again The seventeen stories in this volume run the gamut of genre and mood Bars filled with glitter and ghosts stand alongside taverns filled with orcs and adventurers Exclusive members only drinks served at the end of the universe war with coffee bars with strange employee policies in the Pacific Northwest Dive bars, afterlife bars, gay bars you name it, and you ll find it in Tavern Tales So, grab a drink and get ready for one of the most entertaining Fiction River volumes yet markable tales Astro Guyz on Fiction River Alchemy Steam Table of Contents Quest for Beer by Stefon Mears Closing the Big Bang by Michele Laframboise Hero 8 by Ron Collins Girls That Glitter by Dayle A Dermatis The Kids Keep Coming by David H Hendrickson One Last Round at Cozy s Tavern by Lisa Silverthorne Wider Horizons by Diana Benedict Grounds for Dismissal by Anthea Sharp The Next Dance by Jamie Ferguson Schrodinger s Bar by Kim May The Gods Are Out Inn by M L Buchman The First Ingredient by Eric Kent Edstrom The Legend of Long Bow and Short Staff by Brenda Carre Freedom Unbound by Dory Crowe Killing Spree by Brigid Collins The Hot Eagle Roadhouse by Chuck Heintzelman Death at the Pines by Annie Reed
Tavern Tales Think you know a tavern tale when you hear one Think again The seventeen stories in this volume run the gamut of genre and mood Bars filled with glitter and ghosts stand alongside taverns filled with

  • Title: Tavern Tales
  • Author: Kerry L. Hughes Kristine Kathryn Rusch Dean Wesley Smith
  • ISBN: 9781561467778
  • Page: 199
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Tavern Tales”

    1. I was quickly drawn into, and became engrossed by, Tavern Tales, the Fiction River anthology. I began reading Michele Laframboise's "Closing the Big Bang", and found myself quickly turning the pages to find out what would happen next. The characters made me smile, want to know more about them, and made me keep reading. A superb tale.Other notable tales were "Quest for Beer" by Stefon Mears and "Hero #8" by Ron Collins.I recommend this anthology as a very satisfying way to enjoy great stories, wh [...]

    2. I love bar stories. I can spend all day reading John McNulty and Joseph Mitchell, so when this edition came, which promised nothing but Tavern Tales, I was excited. And here I am disappointed. Most of the stories were fine. THey were enjoyable and kept company with me. None of them were spectacularp. I think my problem is that none of the stories were about the bar itself or people who want to define themselves by the bar they drink at. I guess that is not what a tavern tale is, but that is the [...]

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