||In your opinion, what makes for a great short story?
And, thank you for inviting me to Unfettered IIit's an honour to sit alongside those other terrific authors.
||It was a groomsman's gift from my best friend.
||It worked really well for me, but my preferences tend toward fantasy in the first place, so I enjoyed the melding of the two genres.
||They have some pretty great writers working in the world, including Sam Sykes, Max Gladstone, and Tim Pratt.
||Tor.com Publishing's focus is novellas, where Tor Books focuses on novels, but it looks like Tor.com is now pushing into novels, so it'll be interesting to see where things go.
||It's exquisite." - Rob Boffard, author of Tracer
"The greatest strengths of this delightful collection lie in its variety and scope.
||I just really liked Sam's Pathfinder novel, and I think he's exploring interesting topics as he digs into his experience writing tie-in fiction.
||Sarah Gailey's a great new voice.
If you like this, check out some of her fiction, including this recent story: https://devilfishreview.com/issue-seventeen/of-blood-and-bronze-by-sarah-gailey/
||Thanks for hosting this AMA, Shawn!
As an editor and author, you've had your hand in a lot of short fiction.
||For what it's worth, Sykes' novel, Shy Knives, is a great entry point for the Pathfinder Tales novels.
||And, good luck!