From inside the book:
Here are eleven stories of wonder running the gamut from pure heroic fantasy such as Charles R. Saunders' "The Pool of the Moon" or Lin Carter's own "Black Moonlight" to C.J. Cherryh's unique treatment of an ancient myth and Clark Ashton Smith's and Lin Carter's postmortem collaboration on postmortem horror.
This sojourn through myriad worlds of romance, singing swords and magic begins with L. Sprague de Camp's "Eudoric's Unicorn," an hilarious and masterfully written fable of mundane foilbles in an enchanted setting which never slackens its standards. You know immediately you are in the hands of the best of anthologists in a vintage year for fantasy .
Eudoric's Unicorn by L. Sprague de Camp
Shadow of a Demon by Gardner F. Fox
Ring of Black Stone by Pat McIntosh
The Lonely Songs of Laren Dorr by George R.R. Martin
Two Suns Setting by Karl Edward Wagner
The Stairs in the Crypt by Clark Ashton Smith
The Goblin Blade by Raul Garcia Capella
The Dark King by C.J. Cherryh
Black Moonlight by Lin Carter
The Snout in the Alcove by Gary Myers
The Pool of the Moon by Charles R. Saunders
Also contains an appendix listing the Year's Best Fantasy Books.