Issue 97 – October 2014

Podcast, Reprint

A Rich, Full Week

TEXT VERSION

Our fifth piece of audio fiction for October is “A Rich, Full Week” written by K.J. Parker and read by Kate Baker.

Originally published in Swords & Dark Magic: The New Sword and Sorcery,
edited by Jonathan Strahan and Lou Anders.

Author profile

One of the most inventive and imaginative writers working in fantasy today, K.J. Parker is the author of the best-selling Engineer trilogy (Devices and Desires, Evil for Evil, The Escapement) as well as the previous Fencer (The Colours in the Steel, The Belly of the Bow, The Proof House) and Scavenger (Shadow, Pattern, Memory) trilogies. His short fiction has been collected in Academic Exercises, and he has twice won the World Fantasy Award for Best Novella, for "Let Maps to Others" and "A Small Price to Pay for Birdsong." His other novels include Sharps, The Company, The Folding Knife, The Hammer, Savages, and The Two of Swords. His most recent novels are The Devil You Know and Downfall of the Gods. K.J. Parker also writes under his real name, Tom Holt. As Holt, he has published Expecting Someone Taller, Who's Afraid of Beowulf, Ye Gods!, and many other novels.

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