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Publisher's Summary

A fourth anthology from the editors of Ruby Slippers, Golden Tears presents contemporary retellings of traditional fairy tales in Gregory Frost's "Sparks", "The Dog Rose" by Sten Westgard, and other works by Jane Yolen, Joyce Carol Oates, Nancy Kress, and John Crowley.

"The Dog Rose" copyright 1997 by Sten Westgard "The Reverend's Wife" copyright 1997 by Midori Snyder "The Orphan the Moth and the Magic" copyright 1997 by Harvey Jacobs "Three Dwarves and 2000 Maniacs" copyright 1997 by Don Webb "True Thomas" copyright 1997 by Bruce Glassco "The True Story" copyright 1997 by Pat Murphy "Lost and Abandoned" copyright 1997 by John Crowley "The Breadcrumb Trail" copyright 1997 by Nina Kiriki Hoffman "On Lickerish Hill" copyright 1997 by Susanna Clarke "Steadfast" copyright 1997 by Nancy Kress "Godmother Death" copyright 1997 by Jane Yolen. "The Flounder's Kiss" copyright 1997 by Michael Cadnum "The Black Fairy's Curse" copyright 1997 by Karen Joy Fowler "Snow in Dirt" copyright 1997 by Michael Blumlein "Riding the Red" copyright 1997 by Nalo Hopkinson "No Bigger Than My Thumb" copyright 1997 by Esther M. Friesner "In the Insomniac Night" by Joyce Carol Oates copyright 1997 by The Ontario Review, Inc. "The Little Match Girl" copyright 1997 by Steve Rasnic Tern "The Trial of Hansel and Gretel" copyright 1997 by Garry Kilworth "Rapunzel" copyright 1997 by Anne Bishop "Sparks" copyright 1997 by Gregory Frost.

©1997 Introduction by Terri Windling and Ellen Datlow; portions of the Introduction appeared, in somewhat altered form, in the "Folkroots" column of Realms of Fantasy Magazine, August 1995 (P)2015 Audible Inc.

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