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Anthologies

Anthologies Index
Title Index | Editor Index | Series Index
Selection Notes

Anthology Contents & Reviews by Title:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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Dangerous Women
Daring to Dream: Utopian Fiction by United States Women Before 1950
Dark Angels: Lesbian Vampire Stories
Daughters of Darkness: Lesbian Vampire Stories
Daughters of the Moon: Witch Tales from Around the World
Despatches from the Frontiers of the Female Mind
Did You Say Chicks?!
Don't Bet on the Prince
Don't Forget Your Spacesuit, Dear


Dangerous Women
edited by S. G. Johnson, 1961-
Obelesk Books (1994) ISBN 1-887666-03-6; 40 p. chapbook; cover by Jeffrey Haas

Includes 3 short stories.

Daring to Dream: Utopian Fiction by United States Women Before 1950 (2d ed.)
edited by Carol Farley Kessler
Syracuse University Press (1995)

First edition: Daring to Dream: Utopian Stories by United States Women, 1836-1919 (Boston: Pandora, 1984).

2d edition includes (partial list):
Lillie Devereux (Umsted) Blake, "A Divided Republic: An Allegory of the Future"
excerpt from Martha S. Bensley Bruere, "Mildred Carver, U.S.A."
Sarah Josepha, "Liberia: or, Mr. Peyton's Experiments"
Winifred Harper Cooley, "A Dream of the Twenty-First Century"
Annie Denton Cridge, "Man's Rights; or, How Would You Like It?"
Mary H. Ford, "A Feminine Iconoclast"
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, "A Woman's Utopia"
excerpt from Rosa Graul, "Hilda's Home: A Story of Woman's Emancipation"
Marie Howland, "Papa's Own Girl"
excerpts from Lilian B. Jones, "Five Generations Hence"
Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, "A Dream Within a Dream"
Gertrude Short, "A Visitor from Venus"

Dark Angels: Lesbian Vampire Stories
edited by Pam Keesey
Cleis Press, Inc. (Pittsburgh, PA: 1995)
Sequel to Daughters of Darkness
Includes "Introduction" by Pam Keesey; "Wanting" by Amelia G.; "Blood Wedding" by Gary Bowen; "Presence" by Melanie Tem; "The Countess Visonti" by Cora Linn Daniels; "Medea" by Carol Leonard; "Femme-de-Siecle" by Lawrence Schimel; "The Tale of Christina" Cecilia Tan; "Orphans" Thomas S. Roche; "Cinnamon Roses" Renee M Charles; "The Bloody Countess" Alejandra Pizarnik; "Daria Dangerous" Shawn Dell; and Bibliography.

Daughters of Darkness: Lesbian Vampire Stories
edited by Pam Keesey
Cleis Press (Pittsburgh, PA: 1993)
Sequel: Dark Angels
Includes "Introduction" by Pam Keesey; "Dracula etold" zana; "I, Vampire" Jody Scott; "Carmilla" J. Sheridan LeFanu; "Daughter of the Night" Elaine Bergstrom; "Louisiana: 1850" Jewelle Gomez; "Lilith" Robbi Sommers; "Virago" Karen Marie Christa Minns; "The Vampire" Pat Califia; "O Captain, My Captain" Katherine V. Forrest; "Minimax" Anna Livia; Filmography / Bibliography.

Daughters of Earth: Feminist Science Fiction in the Twentieth Century
edited by Justine Larbalestier

Despatches from the Frontiers of the Female Mind
edited by Jen Green and Sarah Lefanu
London: The Women's Press, 1985.
"An anthology of original stories"
Includes: "Introduction" by Jen Green and Sarah Lefanu; "Big Operation on Altair Three" by Josephine Saxton; "Spinning the Green" by Margaret Elphinstone; "The Cliches from Outer Space" by Joanna Russ; "The Intersection" by Gwyneth Jones; "Long Shift" by Beverley Ireland; "Love Alters" by Tanith Lee; "Cyclops" by Lannah Battley; "Instructions for Exiting this Building in Case of Fire" by Pamela Zoline; "A Sun in the Attic" by Mary Gentle; "Atlantis 2045: no love between planets" by Frances Gapper; "From a Sinking Ship" by Lisa Tuttle; "The Awakening" by Pearlie McNeill; "Words" by Naomi Mitchison; "Relics" by Zoe Fairbairns; "Mab" by Penny Casdagli; "Morality Meat" by Raccoona Sheldon; "Apples in Winter" by Sue Thomason.

Did You Say Chicks?!
edited by Esther Friesner
New York: Baen, 1998.
Volume 2 in the "Chicks in Chainmail" series.
Sequel to Chicks in Chainmail, also edited by Esther Friesner.
Includes: "Introduction" by Esther Friesner; "No Pain, No Gain" by Elizabeth Moon; "Slue-Foot Sue and the Witch in the Woods" by Laura Frankos; "A Young Swordswoman's Garden Primer" by Sarah Zettel; "The Old Fire" by Jody Lynn Nye; "Like No Business I Know" by Mark Bourne; "A Bone to Pick" by Marina Frants & Keith R. A. DeCandido; "The Attack of the Avenging Virgins" by Elizabeth Ann Scarborough; "Oh, Sweet Goodnight!" by Christina Briley & Walter Vance Awsten; "A Bitch in Time" by Doranna Durgin; "Don't You Want to Be Beautiful?" by Laura Anne Gilman; "A Night with the Girls" by Barbara Hambly; "A Quiet Knight's Reading" by Steven Piziks; "Armor Propre" by Jan Stirling & S. M. Stirling; "A Big Hand for the Little Lady" by Esther M. Friesner; "Blade Runner" by K. D. Wentworth; "Keeping Up Appearances" by Lawrence Watt-Evans; "La Difference" by Harry Turtledove; "Tales from the Slushpile" by Margaret Ball; "Yes, We Did Say Chicks!" by Adam-Troy Castro; and About the Authors. (plus bad doggerel dedicated to Xena / Lucy Lawless in the dedication) ...

Don't Bet on the Prince: Contemporary Feminist Fairy Tales in North America and England
edited by Jack Zipes
Routledge: New York, 1986.
Includes "Acknowledgements," "Preface," "Introduction" by Jack Zipes; three sections ("Feminist Fairy Tales for Young (and Old) Readers"; "Feminist Fairy Tales for Old (and Young) Readers"; and "Feminist Literary Criticism"); and a Bibliography.
Section 1, "Feminist Fairy Tales for Young (and Old) Readers," includes "The Princess Who Stood On Her Own Two Feet" by Jeanne Desy (1982); "Prince Amilec" Tanith Lee (1972); "Petronella" Jay Williams (1979); "The Donkey Prince" Angela Carter (1970); "... And Then the Prince Knelt Down and Tried to Put the Glass Slipper on Cinderella's Foot" Judith Viorst (1982); "Snow White" The Merseyside Fairy Story Collective (1972); "The Moon Ribbon" Jane Yolen (1976); "Russalka or The Seacoast of Bohemia" Joanna Russ (1978); and "A Fairy Tale for Our Time" Jack Zipes (1985).
Section 2, "Feminist Fairy Tales for Old (and Young) Readers," includes "The Green Woman" by Meghan B. Collins (1982); Briar Rose (Sleeping Beauty) Anne Sexton (1971); "Little Red Riding Hood" Olga Broumas (1977); "Rapunzel" Sara Henderson Hay (1982); "Wolfland" Tanith Lee (1983); "Malagan and the Lady of Rascas" Michael de Larrabeiti (1983); and "Bluebeard's Egg" Margaret Atwood (1983). Section 3, "Feminist Literary Criticism," includes "`Some Day My Prince Will Come': Female Acculturation through the Fairy Tale" by Marcia K. Kieberman; "The Queen's Looking Glass" by Sandra M. Gilbewrt and Susan Gubar (1979); "Feminism and Fairy Tales" by Karen E. Rowe (1979); "A Second Gaze at Little Red Riding Hood's Trials and Tribulations" by Jack Zipes (1984).

Don't Forget Your Spacesuit, Dear: The Mother of All Anthologies
edited by Jody Lynn Nye.
ISBN 0-671-87732-1, Baen: New York, 1996.

Includes:
"From Your Mouth to God's Ear" by Ellen Guon;
"I Told You So" by Michael Scott;
"You Never Call" by Robert Asprin;
"A Mother's Lament: Poem" by Judith R. Conly;
"Your Face Will Freeze Like That" by Morgan Llywelyn;
"What's the Magic Word?" by Jody Lynn Nye;
"Don't Go Out in Holy Underwear" by Elizabeth Ann Scarborough;
"Would You?" by William R. Forstchen;
"Just Wait Until You Have Children of Your Own" by Esther M. Friesner;
"You'll Catch Your Death of Colds" by Bill Fawcett;
"The Golden Years" by Anne McCaffrey;
"Maureen Birnbaum Pokes an Eye Out" by George Alec Effinger;
"Clean Up Your Room!" Laura Anne Gilman;
"Return with Your Spacesuit, Or On It" by Eleanor and Christopher Stasheff;
"Don't Go Near the Water" by Terri Beckett and Chris Power;
"Mother Knows Best" by Josepha Sherman;
"Accidents Don't Just Happen -- They're Caused" by Elizabeth Moon;
"The Starving Children on Mars" by Mike Resnick and Louise Rowder; and
"Don't Put That in Your Mouth, You Don't Know Where It's Been" by Diane Duane.


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