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The Starlit Wood: New Fairy Tales Hardcover – October 18, 2016
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“A classy, smart, and entertaining volume of stories put together with consummate care—and featuring the best and most exciting fantasy writers working in the field today.” (Jeff VanderMeer, New York Times-bestselling author of the Southern Reach trilogy)
"The modern revival of fairy tale fiction for adults began in the 20th century (with the stories of Angela Carter and Tanith Lee), and The Starlit Wood is proof that the revival is still going strong. Editors Parisien and Wolfe have brought a wide range of writers together to blaze new trails through the dark of the woods. Whether you're passionate about fairy tales, like I am, or haven't read them since childhood, I recommend this excellent anthology. I simply loved it." (Terri Windling, World Fantasy Award-winning editor of the Snow White, Blood Red series)
"Lots of strange and wonderful goings-on in The Starlit Wood. Fairy tales you thought you’d left behind in childhood are back in some very poignant, sly and original versions that will touch the Wow in most readers." (Jonathan Carroll, World Fantasy-Award winning author)
"This anthology is consistent throughout, with well-crafted writing and a tantalizing taste of each author’s unique journey into reimagining classic fairy tales for a new audience." (Booklist)
"A great pick for readers looking for a fresh, diverse spin on standard fairy tales." (Library Journal)
"A rich sample of what awaits us in the world of fairy tales...well worth making time to read." (Publishers Weekly)
"Clever, touching, frightening, funny and frequently surprising, “The Starlit Wood” shines with magical possibility." (The Press Herald)
"Like those oft-told tales of old, The Starlit Wood is a volume readers will want to return to often, and it deserves a place on every bookshelf left wanting a touch of the magical...For fairy tale aficionados, this volume is a must-read; for those interested in sampling the work of some of the best short fiction writers in sci-fi and fantasy today, it is no less essential." (Tor.com)
"The best original fantasy anthology of the year." (Jonathan Strahan, World Fantasy and Locus Award-winning editor)
"A first rate anthology of reimagined fairy tales...quite lovely." (Locus Magazine)
About the Author
Dominik Parisien is an editor, poet, and writer. He has worked on several anthologies with Ann and Jeff VanderMeer, including The Time Traveler’s Almanac (Tor), Sisters of the Revolution (PM Press), and The Bestiary (Centipede Press). He is the editor for Clockwork Canada, an anthology of Canadian steampunk for Exile Editions, and the coeditor of The Starlit Wood: New Fairy Tales, along with Navah Wolfe. Dominik is also the poetry editor for Postscripts to Darkness, and was an editorial assistant for Weird Tales. His fiction and poetry have appeared in Strange Horizons, Uncanny Magazine, Shock Totem, Imaginarium 2013: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing, and other venues.
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Finally an anthology that takes newly discovered fairy tales along with the traditional Grimm and Anderson tales then turns them on their heads.Read more
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