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Marie O-Regan & Paul Kane [eds] – Cursed

Posted by demonik on February 28, 2020

An anthology of Dark Fairy Tales

Marie O-Regan & Paul Kane [eds] – Cursed (Titan, March 2020)

Marie O-Regan & Paul Kane – Introduction

Jane Yolen – Castle Cursed (verse)
Christina Henry – As Red As blood, As White As Snow
Neil Gaiman – Troll Bridge
Catriona Ward – At That Age
Jen Williams – Listen
M. R. Carey – Henry and the Snakewood Box
James Brogden – Skin
Maura McHugh – Faith and Fred
Karen Joy Fowler – The Black Fairy’s Curse
Christopher Golden – Wendy Darling
Charlie Jane Anders – Fairy Werewolf vs Vampire Zombie
Michael Marshall Smith – Look Inside
Jane Yolen & Adam Stemple – Little Red
Angela Slatter – New Wine
Lilith Saintcrow – Haza and Ghani
Christopher Fowler – Hated
Alison Littlewood – The Merrie Dancers
Tim Lebbon – Again
Margo Lanagan – The Girl From the Hell
Jane Yolen – Castle Waking (verse)

About the Authors
About the Editors
Acknowledgements

Blurb:
ALL THE BETTER TO READ YOU WITH
It’s a prick of blood, the bite of an apple, the evil eye, a wedding ring or a pair of red shoes. Curses come in all shapes and sizes, and they can happen to anyone – not just those of us with unpopular step-parents …..
Here you’ll find unique twists on curses, from fairy tale classics to brand new hexes of the modern world – expect new monsters and mythologies as well as twists on well-loved fables. Stories to shock and stories of warning, stories of monsters and stories of magic.
EIGHTEEN TIMELESS FOLKTALES. NEW AND OLD

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