So, there’s all this talk — some it really useful — about short fiction and etc. And I could talk about that, but I’d rather recommend something great instead. Luckily, I tend to read the last story of anthologies first, and I just started Ellen and Terri’s trickster anthology, Coyote Road. You need this book, because Kij Johnson’s "The Evolution of Trickster Stories Among the Dogs of North Park After the Change" is AMAZING. A knockout. One of the best stories I’ve read in ages. How does Kij manage that devastating yet hopeful ending? No one does it better.
I’m more than looking forward to reading all the rest too.