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edited by Amanda Pillar

The first volume of an annual dark fantasy series. Features 17 stories of myths and legends.

Introduction by Seanan McGuire.

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Andrew McKiernan at Thirteen O'clock has reviewed Bloodstones, edited by Amanda Pillar. We're quite chuffed when he says

on the strength of just a few stories alone I would certainly recommend Bloodstones for readers looking for more in their horror fiction

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Jennifer Brozek says good things about Bloodstones over at her website. We're pleased to read

Bloodstones is a nice mix of emotion and the macabre and is a lovely, chilling read. Buy this anthology. You won’t regret it.

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We're pleased to reveal the cover to the forthcoming anthology Blood Stones, edited by Amanda Pillar.

The anthology, the first in an annual series, will focus on non-traditional urban fantasy.

Submissions close 15 May 2012. For more information please see our Guidelines.

Blood Stones will be released in October 2012.

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Ticonderoga Publications is completely over the moon to announce the contents for the upcoming Bloodstones anthology, edited by the award-winning Amanda Pillar.

The anthology is loaded with stories of dark urban fantasy imbued with mythology; seventeen fantastic tales of monsters, gods, magic and so much more.

Bloodstones is scheduled for publication in October 2012.

The 17 stories are:

  • Joanne Anderton, "Sanaa's Army"
  • Alan Baxter, "Cephalopoda Obsessia"
  • Jenny Blackford, "A Moveable Feast"
  • Vivian Caethe, "Skin"
  • MD Curelas, "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes"
  • Thoraiya Dyer, "Surviving Film"
  • Dirk Flinthart, "The Bull in Winter"
  • Stephanie Gunn, "The Skin of the World"
  • Richard Harland, "A Mother's Love"
  • Pete Kempshall, "Dead Inside"
  • Penny Love, "A Small Bad Thing"
  • Karen Maric, "Embracing the Invisible"
  • Christine Morgan, "Ferreau's Curse"
  • Nicole Murphy, "Euryale"
  • Kat Otis, "And the Dead Shall be Raised Incorruptible"
  • Dan Rabarts, "The Bone Plate"
  • Erin Underwood, "The Foam Born"

Bloodstones will be published in October 2012, in time for Halloween, and will be available in trade paperback, and in ebook formats.

Pre-orders for the anthology will be available shortly from Ticonderoga’s online shop at, and on release from internet bookstores such as Barnes and Noble, The Book Depository,, and anywhere good books are found.