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'''Warriors''' is a cross-genre anthology edited by G.R.R Martin and [[Gardner Dozois]] for Tor Books that includes the Robin Hobb short story [[The Triumph]]. The overall theme is "war and warrior ethos". At the time of the publication, all 20 stories were new and never before published .
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==Contents==
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* ''Introduction: "Stories from the Spinner Rack"'' by George R.R. Martin
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* ''The King of Norway'' by Cecilia Holland
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* ''Forever Bound'' by Joe Haldeman
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* '''''The Triumph'' by Robin Hobb'''
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* ''Clean Slate'' by Lawrence Block
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* ''And Ministers of Grace'' by Tad Williams
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* ''Soldierin''' by Joe Lansdale
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* ''Dirae'' by Peter S. Beagle
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* ''The Eagle and the Rabbit'' by Steven Saylor
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* ''Seven Years from Home'' by Naomi Novik
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* ''The Custom of the Army'' by Diana Gabaldon
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* ''The Pit'' by James Rollins
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* ''Out of the Dark'' by David Weber
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* ''The Girls from Avenger'' by Carrie Vaughn
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* ''Ancient Ways'' by S.M. Stirling
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* ''Ninieslando'' by Howard Waldrop
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* ''Recidivist'' by Gardner Dozois
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* ''My Name is Legion'' by David Morrell
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* ''Defenders of the Frontier'' by Robert Silverberg
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* ''The Scroll'' by David Ball
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* ''The Mystery Knight'' by George R.R. Martin
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==Editions==
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*  A '''US hardcover''' edition by Tor March 16th, 2010 with ISBN 9780765320483
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** A '''UK Book Club edition''' with slightly different cover art in 2010
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* A '''split mass market paperback''' edition from Tor Fantasy in three volumes:
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** Warriors March 29th, 2011 with ISBN 9780765360267 (384 pages)
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** Warriors 2 May 24th, 2011 with ISBN 9780765360274 (400 pages)
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** Warriors 3 August 2nd, 2011 with ISBN 9780765360281 (384 pages) - this is the one with "The Triumph" included
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* an unabridged '''audiobook''' cd from Brilliance Audio the 29th of March 2012 with ISBN 9781455804856, narrated by [[Patrick Lawlor]] and [[Christina Traister]]. Length 31 hrs and 13 mins.
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Warriors02.jpg|UK Book Club edition
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Warriors3.jpg|paperback vol 3 with "The Triumph"
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Warriors-audio.jpg|audiobook
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</gallery>
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==Translations==
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* A '''Romanian''' translation in two volumes published in 2012 in paperback by Nemira:
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** ''Războinicii vol.1'' with ISBN 9786065793248 ("The Triumph" is in this one.)
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** ''Războinicii vol.2'' with ISBN 9786065793255
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* A '''Russian''' translation "Воины" published in November 2012 with ISBN 9785699595792. Reprinted in April 2014 with ISBN 9785699708529.
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===International covers===
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<gallery>
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Image:24226802.jpg|Romanian, ''Războinicii vol.1''
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Image:Ru-warriors.jpg|Russian, ''Воины'' (2012)
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Image:Ru-warriors-2014.jpeg|Russian,  ''Воины'' (2014)
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</gallery>
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==Awards==
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* Locus Award for Best Anthology (2011)
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==Links==
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Announcement at [http://grrm.livejournal.com/80313.html GRRM's livejournal]
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[[Category: Anthologies]]

Latest revision as of 05:28, 11 February 2019

Cover art for the hardcover edition of Warriors

Warriors is a cross-genre anthology edited by G.R.R Martin and Gardner Dozois for Tor Books that includes the Robin Hobb short story The Triumph. The overall theme is "war and warrior ethos". At the time of the publication, all 20 stories were new and never before published .

Contents

  • Introduction: "Stories from the Spinner Rack" by George R.R. Martin
  • The King of Norway by Cecilia Holland
  • Forever Bound by Joe Haldeman
  • The Triumph by Robin Hobb
  • Clean Slate by Lawrence Block
  • And Ministers of Grace by Tad Williams
  • Soldierin' by Joe Lansdale
  • Dirae by Peter S. Beagle
  • The Eagle and the Rabbit by Steven Saylor
  • Seven Years from Home by Naomi Novik
  • The Custom of the Army by Diana Gabaldon
  • The Pit by James Rollins
  • Out of the Dark by David Weber
  • The Girls from Avenger by Carrie Vaughn
  • Ancient Ways by S.M. Stirling
  • Ninieslando by Howard Waldrop
  • Recidivist by Gardner Dozois
  • My Name is Legion by David Morrell
  • Defenders of the Frontier by Robert Silverberg
  • The Scroll by David Ball
  • The Mystery Knight by George R.R. Martin

Editions

  • A US hardcover edition by Tor March 16th, 2010 with ISBN 9780765320483
    • A UK Book Club edition with slightly different cover art in 2010
  • A split mass market paperback edition from Tor Fantasy in three volumes:

Gallery

Translations

International covers

Awards

  • Locus Award for Best Anthology (2011)

Links

Announcement at GRRM's livejournal