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The Walking-stick Forest

The Walking-stick Forest

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A Tor.Com Original

Anna Tambour

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The Walking-Stick Forest, by Anna Tambour, is a dark fantasy about a recluse who creates collectible walking sticks in post WWI Scotland by manipulating the woods somewhat like bonsais. He refuses a commission from a very rich, powerful man, never considering or caring about the consequences.


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Anna Tambour

Anna Tambour's second novel, Crandolin was shortlisted for the World Fantasy Award. Her short fiction has appeared in a number of places, including The Del Rey Book of Science Fiction and Fantasy edited by Ellen Datlow; and most recently, Caledonian Dreamin': Strange Fiction of Scottish Descent edited by Hal Duncan and Chris Kelso.

An internationalist who's lived in many places, she grew up knowing nothing more about forests than what she learned from fairy tales (by fantasists intentional and otherwise), but now lives in the Australian bush.

Anna Tambour

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