And the Angels Sang

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Five Rivers Chapmanry, 2008 - Fiction - 196 pages
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In this her fifth book, Lorina Stephens presents a provocative anthology of speculative short fiction, from dystopia to utopia, written over the past 25 years. Some stories have appeared previously in publications such as On Spec and Sword & Sorceress X, while some make their debut. Lorina Stephens has proven herself an engaging author. - The (Hanover) Post It is often the case with contemporary Canadian authors that they have a tendency to punctuate their novels with long, psychological dissertations on mundane subjects. It's as if they feel that each everyday occurrence is fraught with deep sociological undertones. Lorina Stephens, fortunately, is free of such meanderings. She has a good economy of words and each paragraph contains vital information. - Dan Pelton Orangeville Citizen

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User Review  - terk71 - LibraryThing

This book’s main title may insinuate an assemblage of angelic tales, personal NDE accounts, celestial poetry, or rhapsodic Bible stories. But its subtitle should advise a gathering of spatial ... Read full review

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User Review  - JoK - LibraryThing

Lorina Stephens demonstrates mastery of distopian/strange fiction, sci-fi, and fantasy in this recent seventeen story anthology. Although many pieces are previously published, shorter unpublished ... Read full review


And the Angels Sang
Have a Nice Day and Pass the Arsenic
The Gift
Zero Mile
A Case of Time
The Green Season
For a Cup of Tea
Summer Wine and Sweet Mistresses
Smile of the Goddess
A Memory of Moonlight and Silver
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Loina and Gary Stephens

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