Tales from Ysthar

Stories set in a world mostly our own, with magic behind the corners. Some of them are contemporary with us, others in the far past. Although not in a strict reading order, the stories tend to circle around the central figure of the Lord of Ysthar, a reclusive mage responsible — more or less — for the magic of the world.

Short Stories:

RookThe Prince of the Fairies is out looking for mischief. That’s not quite what he finds.

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InkebarrowWilliam Shakespeare takes a wrong turn going beyond the fields he knows — and in the Black Bull of Inkebarrow, he finds a turn from history to magic.

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Scheherezade Thumbnail On the thousand and first night of Scheherezade the Storyteller’s marriage, things do not go at all as she had hoped — nor do they end as she had expected.

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