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  Esther Friesner - Chicks 05 - Turn the Other Chick.pdf

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  Esther Friesner - Chicks 04 - The Chick Is in the Mail.pdf

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  Esther Friesner - Chicks 03 - Chicks 'N Chained Males.pdf

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  Friesner, Esther - Chicks 05 - Turn the Other Chick.lit

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Collections of refreshing and funny stories exploring those women who embody the brass bras and chainlink bikinis
Description Chicks in Chainmail Anthology series



Chicks in Chainmail - The first book in the Chicks in Chainmail series (1995)

An anthology of stories edited by Esther Friesner

All new stories exploring those women who embody the brass bras and chainlink bikinis in the world of science fiction and fantasy writing. Authors include Elizabeth Moon, Esther Friesner, Jody Lyn Nye, Harry Turtledove, Margaret Ball and more.

These twenty variations on the Woman Warrior theme poke gentle fun even as they extend the concept beyond the 'bimbo-with-a-blade' as Friesner points out in her excellent introduction. She proves her point in the sheer range of the stories that follow.

Each of these stories will make you at least smile if not laugh out loud -- it is one of the most consistently funny collections I've ever come across. One might expect the humor to pall after a few stories, but each is fresh and inventive.



Did You Say Chicks?! - The second book in the Chicks in Chainmail series (1995)

An anthology of stories edited by Esther Friesner

Did You Say Chicks?! is the sequel to Chicks in Chainmail and its nineteen stories (plus a delightful Ode to Xena on the dedication page) carries on in the proud tradition of the first volume. Some authors return and others are new, but they share in common inventive, original and funny stories.

A brief word from the characters: We seem to have a failure to communicate here. Hey, it's okay with us that Chicks in Chainmail was so popular, and reached Number 3 on the Locus bestseller list, and everybody wanted more, please. But people, you need to take us sword-swinging amazons a little more seriously. After all, you think it's a picnic wearing a cold brass brassiere (let alone finding the right size)? You think it's a piece of cake keeping those chainmail accessories from rusting when it rains? You think it's a walk in the park besieging a city when you've got PMS? Think again, you wimpy noncombatants!

Sure, you're entitled to a laugh to two. Hey, we like a good joke as much as the next amazon. But hard experience has taught us that swordswomen don't get no respect. So, while you're chuckling, show some respect. You can start by buying this book. You were going to buy the book, weren't you? Pardon us a moment...have to wash the blood stains off these swords before they set...



Chicks 'n Chained Males - The third book in the Chicks in Chainmail series (1999)

An anthology of stories edited by Esther Friesner and Martin H. Greenberg

From the publisher of 'Chicks in Chainmail' and 'Did You Say Chicks?!' comes a new anthology starring babes in brass bras and chain-link bikinis, bearing broad swords and filled with good intentions--chicks who are here to rescue those poor chained males, those victims of male-abuse, from any number of Fates Worse Than Death . . . Right here. Right now.

Friesner and her crew have yet to run out of steam with these anthologies. The eighteen stories in this third volume are just as fresh and funny as the stories in the previous two, and I don't think there have been this many puns in one place since the editor spent fifteen minutes by himself. This time, each story revolves around a 'chained' male. One would think that this would limit the writers' creativity, but they each rise to the challenge admirably.



The Chick Is in the Mail - The fourth book in the Chicks in Chainmail series (2000)

An anthology of stories edited by Esther Friesner and Martin H. Greenberg

In a collection of fantasy stories, warrior women take on pirates invading a charity ball, bring an obnoxious loremaster to justice, protect children from magically-summoned barbarian hordes, and rescue Tokyo from destructive reptiles.

The Chick is in the Mail is editor Esther Friesner's fourth collection of stories starring feisty females and a cover featuring a warrior woman whose barely visible means of support couldn't possibly comprise sufficient bronze to coat adequately a baby shoe. As with the previous collections, the 15 stories and 1 poem by 17 authors (one story is a collaboration) demonstrate a vivid range of imagination and interpretation.

The single poem, 'To His Iron-Clad Mistress' is by Kent Patterson and kicks off the collection with its brief declaration of everlasting love. Well, 'enduring' might be a better word. Or perhaps we should just say that his love is less prone to rust.

While one might think that by the fourth collection the theme might pall, in The Chick in the Mail Esther Friesner proves that given encouragement, the bounds of human creativity are indeed limitless.



Turn the Other Chick - The fifth book in the Chicks in Chainmail series (2004)

An anthology of stories edited by Esther Friesner

One good turn deserves another and those unpredictable amazons are back, swords sharpened, chainmail polished, and makeup in place, ready to fight the good fight on the field of battle (and also on the bookstore shelves). And if you think they're just male wish-fulfillment fantasies, you'd better say it under your breath where they can't hear you, because these barbarian babes were born to battle. All new adventures by fearless women warriors by Eric Flint, author of 1632; Nebula-winning author Harry Turtledove; Jody Lynn Nye, co-author of the best selling 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.

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