'Shadows & Reflections' is the Roger Zelazny tribute anthology you've been waiting for. Here are stories that are not just inspired by Roger Zelazny, but stories set in universes created by Roger Zelazny. Finding 'Shadows & Reflections' is like discovering a new Zelazny collection full of old friends that you thought you'd never see again. You'll find stories set in many of your favorite universes: Lord of Light, Isle of The Dead, Madwand, Creatures of Light and Darkness, and Jack of Shadows, to name only a few.
George R.R. Martin introduces the anthology and Roger's daughter, Shannon Zelazny, provides an afterword. Both provide insight into the wonderful and complex man that Roger Zelazny was.
Contributors include Steven Brust, Kelly McCullough, Mark Rich, Jane Lindskold, Gio Clairval, Edward J. McFadden III, Steve Perry, Gerald Hausman, Warren Lapine, Theodore Krulik, Lawrence Watt-Evans, Michael H. Hanson, and Shariann Lewitt.
Also included as a special treat is a very rare Roger Zelazny story.
This anthology was edited by Roger's son, Trent Zelazny, a Nightmare Award winner, and Warren Lapine, who has been nominated for both the Hugo and World Fantasy Awards. You will not soon forget this outstanding anthology.
Roger Zelazny was a science fiction and fantasy writer best known for his ten book series the Chronicles of Amber. He was a six time Hugo Award winner and a three time Nebula Award winner. He published more than 50 novels in his lifetime. His first novel, This Immortal, won the Hugo for best novel, a shorter version of the book entitled "...And Call Me Conrad" had already won the Hugo Award for best novella. Lord of Light, his second novel, won the Hugo Award and was nominated for the Nebula Award. In 1970, Nine Princes in Amber, the first of his ten book Amber series, was published. This series would garner him an international following. He died in 1995 at the age of 58. Zelazny's impact on the science fiction and fantasy landscape cannot be overstated as he influenced many of today's top selling authors.