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Tales from the New Republic
Attribution
Author(s)

Various

Cover artist

Paul Youll

Editor(s)

Peter Schweighofer, Craig Carey

Publication information
Publisher

Bantam Spectra

Release date

December 1999

Media type

Paperback

ISBN

0553578820

Chronology
Era

New Republic era

Timeline

Various

Series

None (standalone novel)

Preceded by

The Truce at Bakura

Followed by

The Glove of Darth Vader

Tales from the New Republic, edited by Peter Schweighofer and Craig Carey, is a collection of short stories about the New Republic published in December 1999 by Bantam Spectra.

Contents

Stories

  • "Foreword and Acknowledgements"
  1. Interlude at Darkknell by Timothy Zahn and Michael A. Stackpole
  2. Jade Solitaire by Timothy Zahn
  3. Gathering Shadows by Kathy Burdette
  4. Hutt and Seek by Chris Cassidy and Tish Pahl
  5. The Longest Fall by Patricia A. Jackson
  6. Conflict of Interest by Laurie Burns
  7. No Disintegrations, Please by Paul Danner
  8. Day of the Sepulchral Night by Jean Rabe
  9. Uhl Eharl Khoehng by Patricia A. Jackson
  10. The Last Hand by Paul Danner
  11. Simple Tricks by Chris Cassidy and Tish Pahl

Editions

Publisher's summary

On Zelos II a man and a woman are held prisoner in a dark cell, each fighting their way for survival at the hands of Imperial captors-and a chance for escape that could cost one of them their life. On the tortured landscape of Ryloth, Fenig Nabon awaits a ship of women warriors to complete a dangerous deal: the smuggling of a troupe of dancers to the homeworld of the Hutts-only to get more than she bargained for. And in a stunning new novella written especially for this collection by Hugo-Award winning, New York Times bestselling author Timothy Zahn and Michael A. Stackpole, Senator Garm Bel Iblis, believed dead at the hands of an Imperial assassin, teams up with Hal Horn in a duel against the Empire's most dangerous agent. At stake are the plans for a terrifying new weapon called the Death Star-and the fate of both the Empire and the New Republic.

Cover gallery

This is a gallery of the different cover variations of Tales from the New Republic.

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