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Just for Fun #4: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (Answers)

 

ANSWER KEY:

The following sentences are from published stories written by Odyssey alumni:

 2. Tracy Berg, "To Crown a Sandcastle Just Right," Talebones, Summer 2004
 3. James Maxey, "To the East a Bright Star," Asimov's, December 2005
 5. Amy Tibbets, "Bones in the Desert, Stones in the Sea," Black Gate, Issue 10
 7. Matthew S. Rotundo, "Ascension," Absolutely Brilliant in Chrome, Phobos Books
 9. Rita Oakes, "For You, Lili Marlene," Paradox, Winter 2005
11. Stephen Chambers, Hope's End, Tor Books, nominated for the Golden Duck Award
14. Brian Hiebert, "Mama's Lightning Bugs," Talebones, Issue 30
16. David J. Schwartz, "The Lethe Man," Say . . ., Issue 4, shortlisted for the Speculative Literary Foundation's Fountain Award
18. Theodora Goss, "The Wings of Meister Wilhelm," Polyphony 4, Wheatland Press, nominated for the World Fantasy Award
19. Mark Stafford, "Messenger," New Voices in Science Fiction, DAW Books

 

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