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All literature is subjective and anthologies are always a crap-shoot. I liked some stories, but others seemed…lacking.Published 5 months ago by trackhorse
I have been unable to put this book down - it's stories are just mesmerizing!Published 19 months ago by Eileen Nephin Bish
Am collecting all Ms. Datlow's books & this one was not a disappointment. Great trickster reading..(Why do I need 4 more words when I've said it all????)Published on July 29, 2013 by CM
I have always felt a connection to the trickster coyote god. i love short stories so when i saw this i had to read it. Read morePublished on October 7, 2012 by danceswthcats
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Great blend of old and new trickster tales. Some were godly, some were mere mortals, and even one was a demi-goddess. Read more
Great collection and gift (Thanks, Frank!). Some longtime favorites here (De Lint, McKillip, Yolen). Read morePublished on January 27, 2010 by Akethan