Sword Stone Table

a woman with long streaming white hair and brown skin is wearing pale futuristic looking armor and carrying a sword and a shield with a red cross on it. she's facing away from the viewer and towards a castle in the distance. it's a night scene, and all in tones of purple and dark blue.
designed by Perry De La Vega

It’s a lifelong dream come true: Swapna Krishna and I co-edited an inclusive anthology of Arthuriana retellings!

Speaking of dreams come true, behold our contributor list:


Chosen as a Best Book of 2021 by NPR, The Washington Post, and Tor.com

“[A]n anthology of breathtaking breadth, depth, and creativity. … [T]he anthology offers such a variety of style, theme, and genre that die-hard Arthurian fans and more casual readers will be equally delighted. This is a must-read.” Publishers Weekly, Starred Review

“Lovers of Arthurian legends will be wowed, and the skill and innovation at play here make this a sure bet for any sci-fi/fantasy fan.” Publishers Weekly, Summer Reads 2021

“[D]o yourself a favor: don’t overlook this book. Seek it out. Make time. Savor every word. It’s definitely worth it.” Arley Sorg, Lightspeed Magazine

“A highly creative and enchanting anthology. Will please Arthurian devotees and readers who are new to the legends.” Kristi Chadwick, Library Journal Starred Review

“Why does the legend of King Arthur continue to captivate people after so many centuries? The authors featured in Sword Stone Table: Old Legends, New Voices offer 16 compelling reasons.” Suzanne Krohn, Shelf Awareness


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