The Haunting of Tram Car 015 — P. Djèlí Clark

Very similar to A Dead Djinn in Cairo, although with mostly different characters and a lot more pages to enjoy.

Once again, wonderfully written, keeps on a moving, interesting characters, great descriptions.

The only thing left to do is to read A Master of Djinn, which is a rather good length novel that i’m so looking forward to devouring.

P. Djèlí Clark’s Page

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The Best of Heroic Fantasy Quarterly: Vol 1 — Anthology

Over the Hills and Far Away. . .and Hiding Right Next to You — John O’Neill
Man of Moldania — Richard Marsden
Leo Passimus Remembers His First Voyage — Danny Adams
The Black Flowers of Sevan — James Lecky
Monster in the Mountains — William Gerke
The Lay of Cuthred King — Joshua Hampton
Shadows From Firelight — R. Michael Burns
The Footman — W. E. Couvillier
Hero of Old — John Keller
A Bit of Backstory — the editors
No Two Stones — Christopher Wood
What Sieglinde Serpentslayer Said to the King — Megan Arkenberg
The Sea Wasp — Robert Rhodes
Lord of the Brass Host — Dariel R.A. Quiogue
The Last Free Bear — J.S. Bangs
Lament for the Fathers — Joshua Hampton
Shattering the SpearP. Djeli Clark
The Baroness Drefelin — David Pilling
Gilgamesh (What the Sumerians Seem to Have Missed) — David Sklar

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Griots: Sword and Soul — Anthology

The Soul In the Sword — Charles R. Saunders
A Gathering At The Meeting Tree — Milton J. Davis
Mrembo Aliyenaswa — Milton J. Davis
Awakening — Valjeanne Jeffers
Lost Son — Maurice Broaddus
In the Wake of Mist — Kirk A. Johnson
Skin MagicP. Djèlí Clark
The Demon in the Wall — Stafford L. Battle
The Belly of the Crocodile — Minister Faust
Changeling — Carole McDonnell
The General’s Daughter — Anthony Nana Kwamu
Sekadi’s Koan — Geoffrey Thorne
The Queen, the Demon, and the Mercenary — Ronald T. Jones
Icewitch — Rebecca McFarland Kyle
The Leopard Walks Alone — Melvin Carter
The Three-Faced One — Charles R. Saunders
Griots Bios

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The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year: Vol 13 — Anthology

Introduction — Jonathan Strahan
Mother Tongues — S. Qiouyi Lu
Olivia’s Table — Alyssa Wong
The Secret Lives of the Nine Negro Teeth of George WashingtonP. Djèlí Clark
Yard Dog — Tade Thompson
The Woman Who Destroyed Us — S. L. Huang
The Blue Fairy’s Manifesto — Annalee Newitz
The Starship and the Temple Cat — Yoon Ha Lee
A Brief and Fearful Star — Carmen Maria Machado
Field Biology of the Wee Fairies — Naomi Kritzer
Intervention — Kelly Robson
The Bookcase Expedition — Jeffrey Ford
A Witch’s Guide to Escape: A Practical Compendium of Portal Fantasies — Alix E. Harrow
The Staff in the Stone — Garth Nix
Okay, Glory — Elizabeth Bear
Widdam — Vandana Singh
Dreadful Young Ladies — Kelly Barnhill
The Only Harmless Great Thing — Brooke Bolander
The Rose MacGregor Drinking and Admiration Society — T. Kingfisher
When We Were Starless — Simone Heller
If at First You Don’t Succeed, Try, Try Again — Zen Cho
Blessings — Naomi Novik
Meat and Salt and Sparks — Rich Larson
Nine Last Days on Planet Earth — Daryl Gregory
Golgotha — Dave Hutchinson
Flint and Mirror — John Crowley
An Agent of Utopia — Andy Duncan
You Pretend Like You Never Met Me, and I’ll Pretend Like I Never Met You — Maria Dahvana Headley
Quality Time — Ken Liu
The Storyteller’s Replacement — N. K. Jemisin
Firelight — Ursula K. Le Guin

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