Such a Pretty Face
Meisha Merlin Publishing, Incorporated, 2000 - Fiction - 304 pages
Think of all heroes who have washboard abs Think of all heroines who wear Size 3 Junior Petite. Think again Come join Gene Wolfe, Elizabeth Anne Scarborough, Jane Yolen, Jody Lynn Nye, and Sharon Lee & Steve Miller, who along with nineteen other authors introduce you to some of the funniest, wildest, sexiest, most powerful, and normal (considering these are science fiction, fantasy, and horror stories) fat people on earth and a few other planets. Meet a pirate named Valkyrie and a cardsharp named Fat Moriah. Meet a xeno-fitness instructor and an earth-mage who don't apologize for taking up space. Meet fat cats on a mission and a very different kind of vampire. Meet characters for whom plus-size is about body size and heart. Brought together in this first-of-its-kind collection are stories that raise the set point on adventure and redraw the picture of the hero along the way. This title includes tales of power and abundance that prove, that heroes and heroines come in all sizes.
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Review: Such a Pretty Face: Tales of Power and AbundanceUser Review - Karen - Goodreads
More good stories than bad. I prefer fluffy fantasy over edgy sci-fi and most of the stories catered to me. The sci-fi was good, as sci-fi goes but it was more laborious for me to read those. Overall ... Read full review
Review: Such a Pretty Face: Tales of Power and AbundanceUser Review - Penniphurr - Goodreads
Not exactly what I thought but still a good weekend chew. I made the mistake of reading it with Animal plants in the background discussing various animals & bugs eating other animals and bugs and the ... Read full review