Beneath Ceaseless Skies #50: And Blow Them at the Moon #2020

Beneath Ceaseless Skies #50: And Blow Them at the Moon By Scott H. Andrews Marie Brennan Liz Coleman Beneath Ceaseless Skies And Blow Them at the Moon Issue of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine featuring stories by Marie Brennan and Liz Coleman
  • Title: Beneath Ceaseless Skies #50: And Blow Them at the Moon
  • Author: Scott H. Andrews Marie Brennan Liz Coleman
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  • Page: 456
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  • Beneath Ceaseless Skies #50: And Blow Them at the Moon By Scott H. Andrews Marie Brennan Liz Coleman Issue 50 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by Marie Brennan and Liz Coleman.
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    1. Marie Brennan is a regular at BCS I love her Driftwood stories This story is set in her Onyx Court setting, a alternate history setting in which fairies are real and nasty, set in 1600s England While And Blow Them at the Moon is not a bad story, this type of setting is not my thing Her writing is great though, good characters and plot.Thematically Winecask Bellies and Owl Wings by Liz Coleman is a great companion story A fairy tale as told from the evil witch fairy queen More fantastical than th [...]


    2. A somewhat fanciful take on Guy Fawkes Day The protective spirit of a Catholic Church, long since ousted from its home by anti Catholic sentiment, seeks to protect the priest she has guarded from the fallout of the coming rebellion Faith and sacrifice feature prominently in a story which tries to remain as true to history as possible, while still inserting its own fantasy bent.I get the feeling that this story would be even better received by an English audience, but the little I know of Guy Fa [...]


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