Carole McDonnell's fiction appears in various anthologies including "So Long
Been Dreaming: Post-colonialism in science fiction," edited by Nalo
Hopkinson and published by Arsenal Pulp Press; "Jigsaw Nation"
published by Spyre publications, Fantastic Visions III published by Fantasist
Enterprises,; Griots edited by Milton Davis and Charles Saunders, Fantastic Stories of the Imagination, edited
by Warren Lapine, and other publications.
Some of these stories have been included in Spirit Fruit: Collected Speculative Fiction by Carole McDonnell
-- “Homecoming” –
Won first prize in New Mass Media's Annual contest and was a third place
winner in the annual national Contemporary Western Fiction contest.
-- “Lingua Franca” –
So Long Been Dreaming: Post-Colonialism in Science Fiction, edited by
Nalo Hopkinson and Uppinder Mehan -- Arsenal Pulp Press – October 2004.
Horner – Fantasist Enterprises – August 2005.
anthology, edited by Kat Sedia – DNA Publications March 2006
Changeling -- in Griots edited by Milton Davis and Charles
edited by Lyndon Perry 2011
A Cry For Hire – Fantastic Stories of the Imagination,
edited by Warren Lapine (Not included in this anthology)
Spirit Fruit Kindle ebook
Spirit Fruit: Collected Speculative Fiction ebookspirit fruit book
Some of my stories in anthologies are:
My SF story, "Lingua Franca" is included in an
anthology So Long Been Dreaming: Post-colonialism in science fiction,"
edited by Nalo Hopkinson and published by Arsenal Pulp Press;
reasons people have evolved without the faculty of hearing. A federation from
the earth arrives and changes their culture by bringing in implants. The story
is told from the POV of a mother who loses her young daughter to the new ways.
hair" is in the "Fantastic Visions III" anthology published by
a crusader returning from the wars to his home and to his beloved wife in
Christian Ireland. On his journey, he is accompanied by a beautiful spirit
while he endures temptations that shows Christendom is as full of sin as any
non-Christian place. Full of beautiful courtly dialog. It's written like an old
fairytale -- Boccaccio/Lord Dunsany/ etc. That is definitely heartwarming and
spiritual with lots of religious imagery. ...if I do say so myself. It's
available at Fantasist Enterprises
"Jigsaw Nation" published by Spyre Books" My
who live in a state that doesn't mind their interracial marriage. However when
they have a baby and the powers that be realize the baby will be taught the
Bible, the authorities threaten to take away their child. They flee to a state
that accepts their religion. However, in that state, communities are divided by
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