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

Anthology Contents & Reviews by Title:

- F -
Femmes au Futur
Flying Cups and Saucers
Forbidden Journeys: Fairy Tales and Fantasies by Victorian Women Writers
Free Amazons of Darkover

Fearless Girls, Wise Women & Beloved Sisters: Heroines in Folktales from Around the World edited by Kathleen Ragan.
1998: Norton.

Femmes au Futur edited by Marianne Leconte.
Bibliothèque Marabout: 1976.
"Marianne Leconte présente une anthologie de science-fiction féminine"
Traductions originales de Françoise Levie-Howe.
An anthology of works in French; some originally in French, some translated from English.
Includes: "Les Funérailles" par Kate Wilhelm (originally published as "The Funeral"); "La Belle Éléonore Est Morte" par Raylyn Moore (originally published as "Fair Eleanor is Dead"); "Lorsque Tout Changea" par Joanna Russ (originally published as "When It Changed"); "Le Temps des Masques" par Katia Alexandre; "Les Femmes de Gordon" par Josephine Saxton (originally published as "Gordon's Women"); "La Fin Vivante" par Sonya Dorman; "Le Chanson de Tommy" par Kit Reed (originally published as "The Food Farm"); "Le Journal de la Rose" par Ursula Le Guin (originally published as "The Diary of the Rose"); "Le trois J" par Marianne Leconte; "Le TIM" par Pamela Sargent (originally published as "IMT"); "Une Aventure d"una Persson, Heroine du Temps et de l'Espace" par Hilary Bailey (originally published as "Everything Blowing Up: An Adventure of Una Personn, Heroine of Time and Space"); and Postface: "Une Autre, Femme" par Marianne Leconte.

Flying Cups and Saucers: Gender Explorations in Science Fiction and Fantasy edited by Debbie Notkin and the Secret Feminist Cabal.
Edgewood Press: Cambridge, MA, 1998. ISBN 0-9629066-8-9.
This is the James Tiptree Jr., Memorial Award anthology of short stories and novelettes. Order it from your local feminist, queer, sf or other independent bookstore! Or order it online ...
or read the introductions to the stories, not published in the book ...

Includes: "Why Have a Tiptree Award?" by Debbie Notkin; "And Salome Danced" by Kelley Eskridge; "The Lovers" by Eleanor Arnason; "Chemistry" by James Patrick Kelly; "Forgiveness Day" by Ursula K. Le Guin; "Some Strange Desire" by Ian McDonald; "Venus Rising" by Carol Emshwiller; "Eat Reecebread" by Graham Joyce and Peter F. Hamilton; "Motherhood, Etc." by L. Timmel Duchamp; "The Other Magpie" by R. Garcia y Robertson; "Food Man" by Lisa Tuttle; "Young Woman in a Garden" by Delia Sherman; "Grownups" by Ian R. MacLeod; "The Matter of Seggri" by Ursula K. Le Guin; "About the Authors," and "James Tiptree, Jr., Award Winners & Shortlist." Cover art by Freddie Baer. Book design by John D. Berry and Jeanne Gomoll.

Forbidden Journeys: Fairy Tales and Fantasies by Victorian Women Writers
edited by Nina Auerbach and U. C. Knoepflmacher
1992: University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London
ISBN 0-226-03203-5
373 pp.; jacket illustrations by Arthur Hughes, from the first edition of Speaking Likenesses (1874)

Introduction / Nina Auerbach and U. C. Knoepflmacher, p. 1

Part One: "Refashioning Fairy Tales", p. 11
"The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood" / Anne Thackeray Ritchie, p. 21
"Beauty and the Beast" / Anne Thackeray Ritchie, p. 35
"The Brown Bull of Norrowa" / Maria Louisa Molesworth, p. 75
"Amelia and the Dwarfs" / Juliana Horatia Ewing, p. 105

Part Two: "Subversions", p. 129
"Nick" / Christina Rossetti, p. 139
"Christmas Crackers" / Juliana Horatia Ewing, p. 145
"Behind the White Brick" / Frances Hodgson Burnett, p. 164
"Melisande, or, Long and Short Division" / E. Nesbit, p. 177
"Fortunatus Rex & Co." / E. Nesbit, p. 192

Part Three: "A Fantasy Novel", p. 207
"Mopsa the Fairy" / Jean Ingelow, p. 215

Part Four: "A Trio of Antifantasies", p. 317
"Speaking Likenesses" / Christina Rossetti
Biographical Sketches
Further Readings

Each section is introduced with notes about that section and those stories.

Free Amazons of Darkover edited by Marion Zimmer Bradley and The Friends of Darkover.
Daw (1985)
Includes: Introduction: About Amazons by Marion Zimmer Bradley;
"The Oath of the Free Amazons" by Walter Breen;
"The Legend of Lady Bruna" by Marion Zimmer Bradley;
"Cast Off Your Chains" by Margaret Silvestri;
"The Banshee" by Sherry Kramer;
"On the Trail" by Barbara Armistead;
"To Open a Door" by P. Alexandra Riggs;
"The Meeting" by Nina Boal;
"The Mother Quest" by Diana Paxson;
"Child of the Heart" by Elisabeth Waters;
"Midwife" by Deborah Wheeler;
"Recruits" by Maureen Shannon;
"A Different Kind of Courage" by Mercedes Lackey;
"Knives" by Marion Zimmer Bradley;
"Tactics" by Jane M. H. Bigelow;
"This One Time" by Joan Marie Verba;
"Her Own Blood" by Margaret Carter;
"The Camel's Nose" by Susan Holtzer;
"Girls Will Be Girls" by Patricia Shaw-Mathews;
"Growing Pains" by Susan Shwartz;
"Oath of the Free Amazons: Terrans, Techno Period" by Jaida n'ha Sandra.

Futurelove: A Science Fiction Triad by Anne McCaffrey, Joan H. Holly, and Jeffrey A. Carver.
The Bobbs-Merrill Company: Indianapolis, New York (1977)
Includes: Introduction by Gordon R. Dickson; "The Greatest Love" by Anne McCaffrey; "Psi Clone" by Joan Hunter Holly; and "Love Rogo" by Jeffrey A. Carver.

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