Hear Me Roar

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Hear Me Roar

17 tales of real women and unreal worlds.

The anthology focuses on speculative fiction stories about female characters who are strong in many different ways. There may be futuristic or fantastic settings, but one thing remains the same: resourceful, resilient women who are committed to doing what is needed, no matter what the cost.

Edited by Liz Grzyb

Released in 2015

Contents

  • Cherith Baldry, “Star Bright”
  • Jenny Blackford, “The Sorrow”
  • Kay Chronister, “Dustbowl”
  • Stephanie Gunn, “Broken Glass”
  • Kathryn Hore, “Generation Zero”
  • Kathleen Jennings, “A Hedge of Yellow Roses”
  • Faith Mudge, “Blueblood”
  • T R Napper, “The Silica Key”
  • Rivqa Rafael, “Function A:save(target.Dawn)”
  • Alter S. Reiss, “Catalysis”
  • Jane Routley, “Barista”
  • Cat Sparks, “Veteran’s Day”
  • Kyla Ward, “Cursebreaker: The Mutalibeen and the Memphite Mummies”
  • Marlee Jane Ward, “Clara’s”
  • Susan Wardle, “A Truck Called Remembrance”
  • Janeen Webb, “A Wondrous Necessary Woman”
  • Eleanor R Wood, “The Fruits of Revolution”

Cover design by Russell B. Farr

Awards:

  • Anthology nominated for Best Anthology Aurealis Award, Best Professional Production Tin Duck
  • “A Hedge of Yellow Roses” by Kathleen Jennings won the Ditmar for Best Short Story
  • “Blueblood” by Faith Mudge was shortlisted for both the Best Young Adult and Best Fantasy Short Story categories at the Aurealis Awards
  • “Broken Glass” by Stephanie Gunn was shortlisted for the Best Fantasy Novella Aurealis Award

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ISBN-10: 192521236X
ISBN-13: 9781925212365
Goodreads: 25680950

Author(s): Publisher: Ticonderoga Publications
Published: 6//2015

Hear Me Roar: 17 tales of real women and unreal worlds

The anthology focuses on speculative fiction stories about female characters who are strong in many different ways. There may be futuristic or fantastic settings, but one thing remains the same: resourceful, resilient women who are committed to doing what is needed, no matter what the cost.

Cherith Baldry, “Star Bright”
Jenny Blackford, “The Sorrow”
Kay Chronister, “Dustbowl”
Stephanie Gunn, “Broken Glass”
Kathryn Hore, “Generation Zero”
Kathleen Jennings, “A Hedge of Yellow Roses”
Faith Mudge, “Blueblood”
T R Napper, “The Silica Key”
Rivqa Rafael, “Function A:save(target.Dawn)”
Alter S. Reiss, “Catalysis”
Jane Routley, “Barista”
Cat Sparks, “Veteran's Day”
Kyla Ward, “Cursebreaker: The Mutalibeen and the Memphite Mummies”
Marlee Jane Ward, “Clara's”
Susan Wardle, “A Truck Called Remembrance”
Janeen Webb, “A Wondrous Necessary Woman”
Eleanor R Wood, “The Fruits of Revolution”