- Tales of Magic Realism By Women:
Dreams in a Minor Key edited by Susanna Sturgis
- Freedom, California: The Crossing Press, 1991.
Includes Valerie Nieman Colander, "The Gifts of Diaz"; Kristine
Kathryn Rusch, "Heading West"; Rosalind Warren, "Penguin Flight"; Gwynne
Garfinkle, "Memo to the Universe"; Ellen Gruber Garvey, "Degree Days at
Home"; Kathleen J. Alcala', "Flora's Complaint"; Lorraine Schein, "Edgar
Allen Poe in the Bronx"; Kathleen de Azevedo, "The Miracle of Santa Maia";
Lianne Elizabeth Mercer, "The Monument"; Alcina Lubitch Domecq, "Bottles"
(trans. Ilan Stavans); Mary Rosenblum, "In Unison, Softly"; Stephanie T.
Hoppe, "Old Night"; Conda V. Douglas, "Hearts of Sand"; Lucy Sussex, "The
Man Hanged Upside Down"; Batya Weinbaum, "Bapka in Brooklyn"; and an
Introduction by the editor.
- Things Invisible to See: Gay
and Lesbian Tales of Magic Realism edited by Lawrence Schimel
- Ultra Violet Library (Circlet Press): Cambridge, MA, 1998
Introduction by Lawrence Schimel
"The Story So Far" by Martha Soukup;
"The River of Time" by Lawrence Schimel;
"Elvis Lives" by Nancy Springer;
"The Pearl" by Rand B. Lee;
"The Penis Story" by Sarah Schulman;
"Angel Droppings" by Kerry Bashford;
"Reunion" by Brian M. Thomsen;
"Shayna Maidel" by Laura Antoniou;
"Absent Friends" by Martha Soukup;
"Still Life with Woman and Apple" by Lesléa Newman;
"The Vision of Men" by Michelle Sagara West;
About the Contributors.
- Through Other Eyes: Animal Stories
by Women edited by Irene Zahava
- The Crossing Press: Freedom, CA, 95019, 1988 (ISBN
0-89594-315-8; 0-89594-314-X pbk.)
Preface by Irene Zahava;
"Am I Blue?" Alice Walker;
"He Was A Good Lion" Beryl Markham;
"Henderson" Meredith Rose;
"Homer-Snake" Lou V. Crabtree;
"Who Has Lived from A Child with Chickens" Janet Kauffman;
"One Whale, Singing" Keri Hulme;
"Day After Day, Like A Terrible Fish" Diane McPherson;
"In Praise of Creeping Things" Cathy Cockrell;
"Roxie Raccoon" Sally Miller Gearhart;
"An Old Woman and Her Cat" Doris Lessing;
"The Muskrat" Annie Dillard;
"Telepathic Rein" Lou Robinson;
"A White Heron" Sarah Orne Jewett;
"The Bear" Yvonne Pepin;
"'I've Finally Been Accepted by A Gorilla'" Dian Fossey;
"The donkey" May Sarton;
"Imprints" Martha Waters; and
"'The Author of the Acacia Seeds' and Other Extracts from the
Journal of the Association of Therolinguistics" Ursula K. Le Guin.
While not completely fantasy, the "animal stories" genre, by
virtue of its frequent perspective, is often fantastical; in addition,
this particular collection includes some real and some fantastic
observations of animals.
- Turn the Other Chick edited by Esther
- Baen Books: Riverdale, NY (ISBN-10: 1-4165-2053-8; ISBN-13:
Chicks in Chainmail #5
Introduction by Esther M. Friesner p.1
"Mightier Than the Sword" by John G. Hemry p.7
"A Late Symmer Night's Battle" by Laura Frankos p.25
"Psyched Up" by Michael D. Turner p.41
"Branded" by Jan Stirling p.57
"The Girl's Guide to Defeating the Dark Lord" by Cassandra Claire p.79
"She Stuffs to Conquer" by Yvonne Coats p.103
"The Gypsy Queen" by Catherine H. Shaffer p.111
"Over the Hill" by Jim C. Hines p.131
"A Sword Called Rhonda" by D. S. Moen p.151
"Giants in the Earth" by Esther M. Friesner p.163
"Rituals for a New God" by Wen Spencer p.183
"I Look Good" by Selina Rosen p.197
"Combat Shopping" by Lee Martindale p.207
"Battle Ready" by J. Ardian Lee p.221
"A Woman's Armor" by Lesley McBain p.227
"Hallah Iron-Thighs and the Hall of the Puppet King" by K. D. Wentworth p.247
"Princess Injera Versus the Spanakopita of Doom" by Robin Wayne Bailey p.271
"Brunhilde's Bra" by Laura J. Underwood p.295
"Smoke and Mirrors" by Steven Piziks p.309
"The Truth About the Gotterdammerung" by Eric Flint p.327
"Defender of the Small" by Jody Lynn Nye p.345
"Of Mice and Chicks" by Harry Turtledove p.365
"About the Authors" by Esther M. Friesner p.383-391.
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