“Quests & Answers, A Talaria Press Anthology” features an interesting mix of prequels to existing works by the writers of Talaria Press as well as samples of the latest books being released by this house. The intent of the collection is, as the title suggests, to answer some of the questions that dedicated readers have had about their favorite characters, but also to wet the appetite of those who are new to what Talaria Press has to offer (myself being one). I found many of the tales not only to be imaginative and entertaining, but quality short-stories that stood on their own quite ably. This makes it a worthwhile read even if the reader doesn’t ultimately choose to delve deeper into the books that they are related to. My particular favorites were “Lioness in the Grass” (which convinced me that I should go on to read the Sekhmet’s Light Series by H.L. Reasby) “London 1865” (also by Reasby) and “Everybody’s Cousin” (by Ren Cummins). Overall, I found ‘Quests’ to be an intriguing mix of fantasy, magic, and adventure that I am certain others will enjoy just as much as I did.