Heroes & Villains

Heroes & Villains

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We all wear masks. Fiction Writers Group strikes again with Writers Anarchy III: Heroes & Villains, an action-packed anthology of truly epic proportions. What makes a hero? What makes a villain? Can good and evil really be separated so easily? Travel from the distant past of epic poems to the high-tech futures of tomorrow as our contributors consider these questions, as well as external influences that mold and shape us into the heroes, or villains, that we become. Writers Anarchy III: Heroes & Villains isn't all about the latex, though the collection boasts stories like "The Rise and Fall of Red Brick and Humble Pie", "The Truth About Tony", "Hero Hazha", "Birth of a Villain", "Let Sirius into Fire Melt", "The Matchmaker", and "D.N.A." for those seeking all things super. Fall in with kidnappers, werewolves, ancient warriors, Egyptian gods, tooth fairies, and thieves. Animals and humans alike grace the pages of this wildly diverse anthology that blurs the line between right and wrong. Which mask fits you?
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Product details

  • Paperback | 330 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 19mm | 485g
  • English
  • 0692230483
  • 9780692230480

About Alex Hurst

Writers' Anarchy traces its humble beginnings to the timelines of the Fiction Writers group on Facebook. A rapidly growing community, Fiction Writers is a discussion-based forum regarding all things writing. The group prides itself on its diverse, international member base and the camaraderie experienced therein. In the latter part of 2012, an idea was proposed by a FWG member to create an anthology of short fiction, which would only accept submissions from writers within the group. The idea quickly gained traction amongst members, and Writers' Anarchy was born.
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