Dragons of Light

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Orson Scott Card
Ace Fantasy, 1983 - Dragons - 317 pages
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User Review  - Camille - Goodreads

This was a collection of stories about dragons, and many of them were quite good and interesting, though there were a few that were mediocre. I especially liked the one about a dragon and a knight ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bev Hankins - Goodreads

Dragons of Light by Orson Scott Card (ed) is a collection of short stories with (surprise) a theme running to dragons. Thirteen authors bring us stories, legends, folk tales and rumors of dragons and ... Read full review

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Dragons of Light - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dragons of Light (1980) is a short story collection edited by Orson Scott Card. It contains thirteen stories by different writers. ...
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Mormon SF Bibliography: Awards
Dragons of Light. [World Fantasy Award nominee 1981 (collection/anthology); ..... Dragons of Light. [1981 (anthology/collection)]; Card, Orson Scott. ...
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News Archive - 2006 - George rr Martin's Official Website
It was originally published in the Orson Scott Card anthology Dragons of Light (Ace, 1980) and has appeared in several of my collections. ...
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Redcliffe City Library Horizon Information Portal
Browse Catalog. by title:. Dragons of light / e... Dragons of light / edited by Orson Scott Card. Ace Books, 1980. ISBN:. 0441166601. Requests: ...
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Interviews for 5/22. scifi Wire talks to John Klima about his anthology Logorrhea, full of stories based on winning spelling-bee words. ...
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About the author (1983)

Orson Scott Card is a winner of multiple Hugo and Nebula awards for short fiction and novels. His novel, Ender's Game, is considered one of the classics of the genre and is currently being developed for film. Along with subsequent novels in the Ender's series (Speaker for the Dead, Xenocide, Children of the Mind, and Ender's Shadow), Card is also the author of the contemporary novels Lost Boys, Treasure Box, Homebody; The Homecoming Saga, including The Memory of Earth, The Call of Earth, The Ships of Earth, Earthfall, and Earthborn; an alternate history novel, Pastwatch: The Redemption of Christopher Columbus; and the American fantasy series The Tales of Alvin Maker: Seventh Son, Red Prophet, Prentice Alvin, Alvin Journeyman, and Heartfire.

A respected playwright, Card has seen a dozen of his plays produced in regional theater. He has also taught writing courses at several universities and workshops, including, most recently, a novel-writing course at Pepperdine.

Card currently lives in Greensboro, North Carolina, with his wife and five children.

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