ADVENTURE, the first volume of an annual anthology of original fiction in the spirit of early twentieth-century pulp fiction magazines, features stories from all genres, promising both literary sophistication and pulse-pounding action. Contributors to the first volume, among them leading lights and award-winners in the fields of science fiction, fantasy, horror, mystery, and western, include John Edward Ames, Lou Anders, Neal Asher, Kage Baker, Barry Baldwin, O'Neil De Noux, Paul Di Filippo, Mark Finn, Michael Kurland, John Meaney, Michael Moorcock, Chris Nakashima-Brown, Kim Newman, Mike Resnick, Chris Roberson, Matthew Rossi, and Marc Singer.
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Review: Adventure (v. 1)User Review - Amy - Goodreads
I'm turning into a Kage Baker completist. I bought this book purely for her Company short story "Unfortunate Gytt" and so far that's the only story I've read in it. "Unfortunate Gytt" is a wonderful glimpse into one of Edward's many exploits. Two thumbs up. Read full review
Review: Adventure (v. 1)User Review - Peggy - Goodreads
Great pulp adventure stories in a multitude of genres. Some of my favorites were Lou Anders' weird techno-western (there better be more installments of this coming, Lou, or so help me I'll hunt you ... Read full review