Author Sydney Blackburn's story in A Tall Ship is titled "The Princess and the Sea."
She says of herself:
I've lived in various places across Canada, from small towns to
big cities. I've been a cab driver, a black jack dealer, and now I shoot
people for money. With a camera, that is. In addition to photography and
writing, I love science and history. I currently live and write in London,
Ontario with a cat and assorted family. And as a matter of fact, I do
like walks on the beach.
Melinda LaFevers is an author living and working in the great state of Arkansas. Her story in A Tall Shipis titled The Making of a Privateer. She kindly stopped by Krogfiction for an interview and answered a lot of questions.
Why did you decide to write about pirates?
The editor of the book asked me to submit a story.But actually, I have been interested in
pirates for quite a while, and have a number of books about historical pirates.
Posted by Robert J. on Thursday, January 23, 2014,
H. C. Playa is the author of Pirates of Happenstance, one of the many fine stories appearing in the soon to be available Dark Oak Press anthology, A Tall Ship, a Star, and Plunder.
She is a writer, a mad
scientist in training (translation: full time graduate student), a mother of
three, and an animal wrangler. Although, some days she wonders if maybe she's
the one being wrangled.
reader since the precocious age of four, she devoured books from numerous
genres, but science fiction an...
Dark Oak Press and Media is releasing sometime today my first effort as an editor, the anthology, A Tall Ship, a Star, and Plunder, which is, of course, about pirates. I'm taking the time to interrogate the authors. My first victim is Mr. Tom Sheehan, who wrote the story The Davidof Delimma, which begins so wonderfully thus:
Yuri Stanilaf Davidof, a personable teacher of
the old language, enamored of pirates and the seas they sailed on as was his
father before him, heard ... Continue reading ...