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== Notes ==
 
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* The cover is a [[panda (species)|panda]] skull;<ref>[https://www.facebook.com/obversebooks/posts/10155356195818752 Weekend three]</ref> [[Panda]] and [[Iris Wildthyme]] appear in ''[[Library Pictures (short story)|Library Pictures]]''.
 
* The cover is a [[panda (species)|panda]] skull;<ref>[https://www.facebook.com/obversebooks/posts/10155356195818752 Weekend three]</ref> [[Panda]] and [[Iris Wildthyme]] appear in ''[[Library Pictures (short story)|Library Pictures]]''.
 
   
 
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Revision as of 18:28, July 5, 2018

RealWorld

A Romance in Twelve Parts was the first Faction Paradox anthology.

Publisher's summary

‘What’s that? Did I hear you ask what romance has to do with anything, little Cousin? You do surprise me. Why Romance is Story itself, nothing less than that. Romance is the tale with which a cunning man winkles out a widow’s secrets and an honest one breaks his beloved’s heart. Romance locks us away and sets us free, brings us great pleasure and also great pain, is the thread which binds all other stories together. Dear me, little Cousin, I expected better of you…’

Godfather Valentine, Dresden, 1928

Individual stories

Title Author
Storyteller Matt Kimpton
GrampsJonathan Dennis
Mightier Than the Sword Jay Eales
Now or Thereabouts Blair Bidmead
Nothing Lasts Forever David N Smith & Violet Addison
Library Pictures Stuart Douglas
Holding Pattern Scott Harrison
A Story of the Peace Ian Potter
Print the Legend Daniel O'Mahony
Tonton Macoute Dave Hoskin
Alchemy James Milton
A Hundred Words from a Civil WarPhilip Purser-Hallard (with contributions from every other writer in the anthology)

Notes

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Footnotes

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