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Hello, one and all. I'm just letting you know that I'm "representing" again. This time, it's in a definitive anthology of Sword-and-Sorcery stories from the 1930s to a a year ago. The title of the volume is "The Sword & Sorcery Anthology," edited by David G. Hartwell and Jacob Weisman. It includes an early Dossouye story of mine called "Gimmile's Songs." But get a load of some of the other writers in these pages: Robert E. Howard, George R.R. Martin, C.L. Moore, Poul Anderson, Michael Moorcock, Fritz Leiber, Gene Wolfe, Karl Edward Wagner ... these writers were my idols when I was starting out, and it's an amazing honor to be included in their ranks now. Even better ... Sword-and-Soul is REPRESENTED.
The publisher is Tachyon Press, and the book is available at Amazon.com and other vendors. Wish I could find a bigger picture of the cover, but you'll get the idea.
Congratulations, Charles! Your star continues to rise.
Charles! This is great! Congratulations!
Mr. Saunders, I recently finished reading Imago, and while I too am deeply impressed by the talent accompanying you in the collection, I say with utter conviction that you deserve to be there as much as any of them.
Congratulations Brother Charles :)!!