Asymmetry


      Asymmetry
An Australian Air Force base patrolled by werewolves A planet where wages are paid in luck A future where copies are made of criminals to interpret their dark dreams A medieval cavalry of mothers who are only permitted to take as many lives as they have created.In every world, an imbalance of power Something terribly askew between women and men, humans and wolves, citizens and constructs, light and dark.In every world, asymmetry The combination of strange and familiar gives Dyer s fiction the power wielded by the best SF The stories unerringly find the human inside the bizarre These are unsettling, poignant, marvellous Read them You will be glad you did Nancy KressWhat Are the Twelve Planets The Twelve Planets are twelve boutique collections by some of Australia s finest short story writers Varied across genre and style, each collection offers four short stories and a unique glimpse into worlds fashioned by some of our favourite storytellers Each author has taken the brief of four stories and up to 40 000 words in their own direction Some are quartet suites of linked stories Others are tasters of the range and style of the writer Each release will bring something unexpected to readers.Nightsiders by Sue IsleLove and Romanpunk by Tansy Rayner RobertsThief of Lives by Lucy SussexBad Power by Deborah BiancottiShowtime by Narrelle M HarrisThrough Splintered Walls by Kaaron WarrenCracklescape by Margo LanaganAsymmetry by Thoraiya DyerCaution Contains Small Parts by Kirstyn McDermottSecret Lives by Rosaleen LoveThe Female Factory by Lisa L Hannett and Angela SlatterCherry Crow Children by Deborah Kalin Download Asymmetry – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 109 pages
  • Asymmetry
  • Thoraiya Dyer
  • English
  • 26 December 2018

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  1. says:

    Asymmetry by Thoraiya Dyer is the latest in Twelfth Planet Press s Twelve Planets series of collections You can read my reviews of the other collections at this link.Asymmetry does not contain linked stories like some of the other Twelve Planets in fact they re all very diverse They fall in different places on the science fiction to fantasy spectrum, but one thing they have in common is sheer innovativeness These are the first stories I ve read of Dyer s and I was very impressed I ll Asymmetry by Thoraiya Dyer is the latest in Twelfth Planet Press s Twelve Planets series of collections You can read my reviews of the other collections at this link.Asymmetry does not contain linked stories like some of the other Twelve Planets in fact they re all very diverse They fall in different places on the science fiction to fantasy spectrum, but one thing they have in common is sheer innovativeness These are the first stories I ve read of Dyer s and I was very impressed I ll definitely be keeping an eye out forof her work in the future After Hours is a story about a vet, some army dogs and a werewolf I think it was my favourite in the collection It s told from two different first person perspectives which have very distinct personalities Although the formatting kindly lets us know which narrator is speaking, I think it would have been clear even without the typographic distinction A mark of the strong writing ...

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    I totally intended to read this slowly Honestly I did I meant to savour it, and contemplate each story.Is it my fault that I ripped through each story, eager to know where it was going It is my fault that each story is short enough that before I knew it I had finished one, turned the page, and started another I think not In the interests of, etc, I should point that I do know both Thoraiya Dyer, the author, and Alisa Krasnostein, the publisher If I didn t like what I had read, I just I totally intended to read this slowly Honestly I did I meant to savour it, and contemplate each story.Is it my fault that I ripped through each story, eager to know where it was going It is my fault that each story is short enough that before I knew it I had finished one, turned the page, and started another I think not In the intere...

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    Asymmetry is the latest of the top shelf Twelve Planets series to emerge from Twelve Planet Press It continues what I have found to be an outstanding showcase of Australian women writers in the speculative fiction field.Thoraiya has been well supported by the team at Twelfth Planet Press for some time she appeared in the anthologies, New Ceres Nights and Sprawl her short, Yowie, won an Aurealis , had a novella, The Company Articles of Edward Teach which won the Ditmar Novella Category in Asymmetry is the latest of the top shelf Twelve Planets series to emerge from Twelve Planet Press It continues what I have found to be an outstanding showcase of Australian women writers in the speculative fiction field.Thoraiya has been well supported by the team at Twelfth Planet Press for some time she appeared in the anthologies, New Ceres Nights and Sprawl her short, Yowie, won an Aurealis , had a novella, The Company Article...

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    Asymmetry by Thoraiya Dyer is the eighth book in Twelfth Planet Press s Twelve Planets series.Thoraiya Dyer is an author whose short fiction I ve loved in the past, and I very much looked forward to reading her volume of the Twelve Planets and as an aside, I very much anticipate reading her debut nov...

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    This was a great set of short stories.The writing was clear and to the point I enjoyed the style of starting halfway through a story kind of feel in the beginning of each short story.My favorite stories out of the four have to be Zadie, Scythe of the West and Seven Days in Paris Zadie had a Game of Thrones feel to it and reminded me of a Valhalla type world Seven Days was great and very futuristic with the use of clones It also connected with current affairs because it involves This was a great set of short stories.The writing was clear and to the point I enjoyed the style of starting halfway through a story kind of feel in the beginning of each short story.My favorite stories out of the four have to be Zadie, Scythe of the West and Seven Days in Paris Zadie had a Game ...

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    Excellent collection of four strong and varied SF stories My favourite was Seven Days In Paris , which dealt with the response to terrorism in a way I d never imagined before I read the whole short book in a day, and it was a joy.

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    Asymmetry is the eighth book in the Twelve Planets series, released by Twelfth Planet Press, which showcase the talent of female Australian authors There is now to be a thirteenth in the series, but that s a review for another time The brief given to authors was to write 4 short stories of up to 40,000 words in total The stories could be separate, discrete narratives or linked through character, setting or theme.This collection contains four short stories that deal with identity, the rules Asymmetry is the eighth book in the Twelve Planets series, released by Twelfth Planet Press, which showcase the talent of female Australian authors There is now to be a thirteenth in the series, but that s a review for another time The brief given to authors was to write 4 short stories of up to 40,000 words in total The stories could be separate, discrete narratives or linked through character, setting or theme.This collection contains four short stories that deal with identity, the rules that w...

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    This review forms part of my contribution to theAustralian Women Writers 2013 Reading Challenge All my 2013 AWWC reviews can be foundhere.Asymmetry by Thoraiya Dyer is the latest in the excellent Twelve Planets series from Twelfth Planet Press It is one of the shorter books in the series, and includes the following stories After Hours Zadie, Scythe of the West Wish Me Luck Seven Days in ParisDyer has been winning a lot of awards over the last few years e.g recently won the Aurealis This review forms part of my contribution to the Australian Women Writers 2013 Reading Challenge All my 2013 AWWC reviews can be found here.Asymmetry by Thoraiya Dyer is the latest in the excellent Twelve Planets series from Twelfth Planet Press It is one of the shorter books in the series, and includes the following stories After Hours Zadie, Scythe of the West Wish Me Luck Seven Days in ParisDyer has been winning a lot of awards over the last few years e.g recently won the Aurealis Award for her short piece The Wisdom of Ants and I was keen to read this collection to get exposed toof her writing It is a diverse collection, from secondary world fantasy to science fiction both far and near future and with some urb...

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    By now it should be obvious to anyone who reads my reviews that I have complete faith in the Twelve Planets Series from Twelfth Planet Press This volume Asymmetry presents four new stories from Thoraiya Dyer, whose short story The Wisdom of Ants first published by Clarkesworld Magazine was the winner for Best Short Story at the 2013 Ditmar Awards for Australian science fiction and fantasy I wouldn t be surprised to see any of the stories in this collection in the running next year By now it should be obvious to anyone who reads my reviews that I have complete faith in the Twelve Planets Series from Twelfth Planet Press This volume Asymmetry presents four new stories from Thoraiya Dyer, whose short story The Wisdom of Ants first published by Clarkesworld Magazine was the winner for Best Short Story at the 2013 Ditmar Awards for Australian science fiction and fantasy I wouldn t be surprised to see any of the stories in this collection in the running next year.Asymmetry is excellent If there s a unifying theme, I m not up to t...

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    Three and a half stars A mixed bag of stories, though I have a feeling some of them are going to grow on me, or stick with me After Hours, the first story, was my favourite A heady tale of werewolves, vets, and a military base, it unfolds in delightfully dark and unpredictable ways If the others had all been this good, this would have been a five star read Zadie, Scythe of the West has one problem that holds it back it s too short to do justice to its world and concepts Which is a shame, Three and a half stars A mixed bag of stories, though I have a feeling some of them are going to grow on me, or stick with me After Hours, the first story, was my favourite A heady tale of werewolves, vets, and a military base, it unfolds in delightfully dark and unpredictable ways If the others had all been this good, this would have been a five star read Zadie, Scythe of the West has one problem that holds it back it s too short to do justice to its world and concepts Which is...

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