Wednesday, April 15, 2015

For Whom the Bell Trolls revisited

 Release date: April 1, 2015
Subgenre: Fantasy anthology, funny fantasy

Last week, we already featured For Whom the Bell Trolls, a charity anthology about trolls edited by Lindy Moone and John L. Monk.

However, Lindy Moone, co-editor and contributor to the anthology, has sent us two of the wonderful illustrations she did for the antrollogy, so we decided to feature the antrollogy again.

Lindy's illustrations are jam-packed with Easter eggs related to the contributors of the anthology. What is more, according to Lindy, Isnogrod, the troll protagonist of my own story "Troll Dating", was the inspiration for the male troll seen in many of the illustrations.


About For Whom the Bell Trolls

Funny, touching, suspenseful—sometimes romantic, titillating and shocking—there’s something for all adult readers in this unique illustrated anthology from 23 authors. Arranged from light to meaty fare, the antrollogy’s “menu” offers up fanciful and farcical stories, family-oriented tales, romance, mystery, high peak adventure, even magically surreal literary stories—starring all sorts of trolls, from the all-too-real Internet variety to the mythical mountain and bridge-dwelling trolls of legend. Readers will laugh nervously at Humphrey the half-breed’s unfortunate beginnings, and bite their nails on behalf of Fergus Underbridge, hard-boiled troll detective. They’ll cheer a not-so-ordinary troll-fighting girl and want to hug—or slap—a woman lost in her own neighborhood. And whatever should be done about the boy with the head of a dragon...?
Proceeds from this anthology will be donated to Equality Now



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