deliasherman (deliasherman) wrote,
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Queen Victoria's Book of Spells

If any of you follow me on Twitter or Facebook, and have happened to open your browsers when I was posting, over the past month or so, you'll have heard me whinging mightily about a certain story that refused to Come Right.  Well, it did, finally, and I handed it in, and it was bought, and will appear in Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling's anthology Queen Victoria's Book of Spells.

Here is the TOC.  As you can see, it's a star-studded cast.  Kathe Koja!  Dora Goss!  Jeffrey Ford!  Cat Valente!  Elizabeth Wein!  Genevieve Valentine!  Veronica Schanoes!  Greg Maguire!  Oh, just EVERYBODY!

Tor hasn't announced a pub date as yet.  But believe me, I'll let you know as soon as I do.  I SOOOOO can't wait to read this. 

Preface Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling
Introduction Terri Windling
The Fairy Enterprise by Jeffrey Ford
From the Catalogue of the Pavilion of the Uncanny and Marvelous, Scheduled for Premiere at the Great Exhibition (Before the Fire) by Genevieve Valentine
The Memory Book by Maureen McHugh
Queen Victoria’s Book of Spells by Delia Sherman
La Reine D’Enfer by Kathe Koja
For the Briar Rose by Elizabeth Wein
The Governess by Elizabeth Bear
Smithfield by James P. Blaylock
The Unwanted Women of Surrey by Kaaron Warren
Charged by Leanna Renee Hieber
Mr. Splitfoot by Dale Bailey
Phosphorus by Veronica Schanoes
We Without Us Were Shadows by Catherynne M. Valente
The Vital Importance of the Superficial by Ellen Kushner and Caroline Stevermer
The Jewel in the Toad Queen’s Crown by Jane Yolen
A Few Twigs He Left Behind by Gregory Maguire
Their Monstrous Minds by Tanith Lee
Estella Saves the Village by Theodora Goss

ETfix horrible Freudian slip I didn't even notice until two people pointed it out.  And to add apologies.
Tags: anthology, shameless self-promotion
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