Sasha Miller's Short Stories
This collection of fantasy short stories by Sasha Miller includes stories from her entire writing career—from her first short stories published in Fantastic Universe in 1958 and 1959 to her most recent short stories. This is the first collection of her stories and the first time most of these stories have been available since their original magazine or anthology publication.
Sasha Millers’ Short Stories include “Sit by the Fire”, “The Dancing That We Did”, and “The Comanleigh” published in Fantastic Universe in 1958 and 1959; “Jamie Burke and the Queen of England” published in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction in 1987; “King’s Man” published in The Pendragon Chronicles in 1990; “Dark Glass” (written with Steve Gross) and “Bottle Hadj” published in Amazing in 1993; and “Ede’s Earrings”, “One Too Many Cats”, and “Kitten Claws” published in Catfantantastic II, III, and V in 1991, 1994, and 1999.
This book also includes the first publication of “Troll”—a short story sold to a magazine that went out of business before publishing its first issue.
These short stories include stories about aliens trying to fit in to life on Earth, stories of time travelers trying to fit in to life in a future era, stories about a cat who becomes a human and a human who becomes a cat, a story about a genie and his bottle, and a story about a troll under a bridge. Overall, they showcase an author with a sense of the absurd.