-- Marge Simon, multiple Bram Stoker® winner
"The Fae prove treacherous allies and noble foes in this wide-ranging anthology from Rhonda Parrish that stretches boundaries of folk tale and legend. These fairy stories are fully enmeshed in the struggles of today, with dangerous beings from under the hills taking stances against the exploitation of children and the oppression of women, yet offering bargains in exchange for their aid that those in desperate need had best think twice about accepting. There's no Disney-esque flutter and glitter to be found here -- but there are chills and thrills aplenty."
-- Mike Allen, author of Unseaming and editor of Clockwork Phoenix
"Anyone with an abiding love of Faerie and the Folk who dwell there will find stories to enjoy in FAE."
-- Tangent [C. D. Lewis]
"The Cartography of Shattered Trees' by Beth Cato and 'And Only The Eyes of Children' by Laura VanArendonk Baugh are shining examples of what could be done with the subject of faeries."
-- Tangent [John Sulyok]
"You'll love the faerie feast this collection provides. Love, loss, horror, healing, humor, tragedy--it's all here, where stories of magical beings and the humans they encounter will enthrall and enlighten the reader about both the mundane and the otherworldly."
-- Kate Wolford, editor of Beyond the Glass Slipper, editor and publisher of Enchanted Conversation: A Fairy Tale Magazine.