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ORIGINAL ANTHOLOGY featuring rollicking, tongue-in-cheek tales of women warrior fighting against the stodgy and in the name of freedom of expression, Chicks in Chainmail style!
Continuing a great tradition, Chicks and Balances is not what you might think (or it is what you think, depending on which way your mind runs). What we have here is a bunch of perfectly healthy women who happen to be of the brass-bra-wearing and chain-link bikinis sort. Each is fighting in her own way for the freedom to express herself--often by thrusting sword through a censor's black heart! Be glad, the chicks in chainmail are back, and they will not be oppressed, repressed, or depressed!
All new adventures of fearless women warriors by Eric Flint, creator of the Ring of Fire alternate history series; Nebula-winning author Harry Turtledove; Jody Lynn Nye, co-author of the national best seller The Ship Who Won; Campbell Award-winner Wen Spencer, and many more, including the inimitable Esther Friesner herself, as fantasy adventure takes a turn for the lighter side.
Contributors: Esther Friesner Jody Lynn Nye Jim C. Hines Elizabeth A. Vaughan Harry Turtledove Kerrie L. Hughes Steven Harper Piziks Wen Spencer Julie S. Mandala Esther Friesner Jean Rabe Alex Shvartsman Sarah A. Hoyt Robin Wayne Bailey Laura Resnick Lee Martindale P.C. Hodgell Dean Wesley Smith Laura Frankos Louisa Swann Elizabeth Ann Scarborough Kristine Kathryn Rusch
The Series: Chicks in Chainmail Turn the Other Chick The Chick's in the Mail Chicks 'n Chained Males Chicks Ahoy Did You Say Chicks?! Chicks and Balances
Esther Friesner is a winner twice over of the Nebula Award (for the Year's Best Short Story, 1995 and 1996), and is the author of twenty-nine novels and more than one hundred short stories. She has also edited six anthologies, including the popular Chicks in Chainmail series for Baen. Her works have been published in the UK, Japan, Germany, Russia, France, and Italy. She lives in Connecticut.