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Silver Birch, Blood Moon (1999)

von Ellen Datlow (Herausgeber), Terri Windling (Herausgeber)

Weitere Autoren: Russell William Asplund (Mitwirkender), Anne Bishop (Mitwirkender), Patricia Briggs (Mitwirkender), Michael Cadnum (Mitwirkender), India Edghill (Mitwirkender)16 mehr, Neil Gaiman (Mitwirkender), Nalo Hopkinson (Mitwirkender), Harvey Jacobs (Mitwirkender), Caitlín R. Kiernan (Mitwirkender), Garry Kilworth (Mitwirkender), Nancy Kress (Mitwirkender), Tanith Lee (Mitwirkender), Karawynn Long (Mitwirkender), Patricia A. McKillip (Mitwirkender), Robin Mckinley (Mitwirkender), Melissa Lee Shaw (Mitwirkender), Delia Sherman (Mitwirkender), Melanie Tem (Mitwirkender), Susan Wade (Mitwirkender), Wendy Wheeler (Mitwirkender), Pat York (Mitwirkender)

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Winner of the World Fantasy Award: New twists on classic fairy tales from Neil Gaiman, Patricia Briggs, Robin McKinley, Caitlín R. Kiernan, and more. Long ago, when we were children, our dreams were inspired by the fairy tales we heard at our mothers' and grandmothers' knees--stories of princesses and princes and witches and wondrous enchantments, by the Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen, and from the pages of 1001 Arabian Nights. But, as World Fantasy Award-winning editors Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling remind us, these stories were often tamed and sanitized versions. The originals were frequently darker--and in Silver Birch, Blood Moon, they turn darker still. Twenty-one modern Grimms and Andersens--masterful storytellers including Neil Gaiman, Nancy Kress, and Tanith Lee--now reinvent beloved bedtime stories for our time. The Sea Witch gets her say, relating the story of "The Little Mermaid" from her own point of view. "Thumbelina" becomes a tale of creeping horror, while a delightfully naughty spin is put on "The Emperor's New Clothes." Author Caitlín R. Kiernan transports Snow White to a dark, gritty, industrial urban setting, and Patricia Briggs details "The Price" of dealing with a royal and unrepentantly evil Rumpelstiltskin. Rich, provocative, and unabashedly adult, each of these tales is a modern treasure, reminding us that wishes have consequences and not all genies have our best interests at heart.… (mehr)
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Entertaining variations

There are several Princess and the Frog variants along with other remodelled fairy tales. Nice , light reading for bedtime. ( )
  KittyCunningham | Apr 26, 2021 |
This is one of the few short story collections that I have read that I wish would never end. It is a brilliant collection of fairy tale retellings. Thankfully, I have not yet read the other books in this ongoing series and have many more stories to look forward to.
  sonoKoala | Mar 7, 2017 |
This is one of the few short story collections that I have read that I wish would never end. It is a brilliant collection of fairy tale retellings. Thankfully, I have not yet read the other books in this ongoing series and have many more stories to look forward to. ( )
  sonoKoala | Mar 7, 2017 |
This is one of the few short story collections that I have read that I wish would never end. It is a brilliant collection of fairy tale retellings. Thankfully, I have not yet read the other books in this ongoing series and have many more stories to look forward to. ( )
  sonoKoala | Mar 7, 2017 |
One of Datlow & Windling's excellent series of anthologies of retold/reimagined fairy tales. Terri Windling's one of the only people I've ever written out & out fan mail to - - I'm just that totally in favor of everything she's worked to espouse in literature...
if you haven't seen her website, check it out! : http://www.endicott-studio.com/

Contents of the book are:

* 1 • Introduction • Terri Windling & Ellen Datlow

* 7 • Kiss Kiss • Tanith Lee

Lee's take on the story of The Frog Prince is at first droll, but later melancholy, as it shows how one doesn't always appreciate what one has until it is gone... As usual, beautiful and effective writing from Lee.

* 25 • Carabosse • Delia Sherman

A poem which gives the reader a different (feminist) take on the motivations of the fairy whose christening "gift" to Sleeping Beauty was perceived as a curse.

* 28 • The Price • Patricia Briggs

Briggs here transforms the tale of Rumplestiltskin into a romance... the strange-looking but not-unattractive title character uses his magic to try to save the young weaver he loves from the threats of the vicious king... updates the story while staying true to the 'soul' of the genre... very nice! I'll be looking up other work by this author!

* 48 • Glass Coffin • Caitlín R. Kiernan

A contemporary story of a group of young junkies trying to get by, living in a junkyard, and the itinerant drug-dealer boyfriend of one... Only indirectly inspired by the Sleeping Beauty and Snow White tales - fans of Kiernan will likely love this story; fans of fairy tales may not.

* 67 • The Vanishing Virgin • Harvey Jacobs

A weird and rather grotesque tale of a parlor-trick-type magician whose unloved assistant/wife is offered a chance to escape into another land through a secret passage in her trick cabinet... reminded me of Jonathan Carroll (whom I'm not personally a fan of).

* 81 • Clad in Gossamer • Nancy Kress

The Emperor's New Clothes - reimagined as a rather ill-conceived political plot that backfires on an embarrassed prince. A character study of a not-too-savvy individual!

* 92 • Precious • Nalo Hopkinson

Having rubies and diamonds fall from one's mouth at every word isn't necessarily all that fun. As a matter of fact, it's driven the woman in this story away from her abusive husband, who regards her only as a source of riches - and driven her into self-imposed silence - until she finds a way to use her gift/curse to solve both issues at once...

* 100 • The Sea Hag • Melissa Lee Shaw

In this version of The Little Mermaid, the main difference is that the undersea witch who performs the transforming magic for the mermaid is actually loving, not evil. It's the mermaid's father who turns out to be the bad guy. Shaw gives her mermaid a happy ending - but does it in a much more touching and romantic manner than the Disney version.

* 122 • The Frog Chauffeur • Garry Kilworth

When a middle-aged spinster wakes from a nap by the lake to find a young and beautiful naked man lying by her side, she finds she's pretty easily seduced... but a young lover who used to be a frog may have some rather unusual qualities....

* 132 • The Dybbuk in the Bottle • Russell William Asplund

When a poor Jewish farmer with dreams of grandeur finds a magical bottle, complete with 'genie,' of course he thinks he can use this spirit's powers to make himself great and renowned as the famous rabbis of yore... but soon the dybbuk has him in such a state, due to his twisting around of wishes, that he needs to seek out his own rabbi for help.
The story is both funny and touching, with the feel of an actual traditional tale from the Jewish tradition...

* 157 • The Shell Box • Karawynn Long

When a lonely woman receives the only offer of marriage she's ever had, she commits to her new husband totally, willing to sacrifice nearly everything to make him happy and do as he wishes. In her love, she is blind to the fact that the poor fisherman she has tied herself to is a proud, cruel and indifferent man. It takes her only friend to show her that her husband did not merely lose, but actively stole and hid that which was most valuable to her, in an attempt to totally control her.
Although this is definitely a 'story with a message' about abusive relationships, it's written with subtlety and sensitivity, and rises above its agenda.

* 193 • Ivory Bones • Susan Wade

A rather horrible (as in horrific, not 'bad') story of Thumbelina.... narrated by a man who bought Thumbelina from her mother as a curiosity, and imprisoned her in a gilded cage - with no comprehension of why she tried to escape (with tragic result).

* 203 • The Wild Heart • Anne Bishop

A retelling of Sleeping Beauty where the wall of thorns springs up as a protective reaction to the princess' rape by her mother's lover, and the resolution is that the princess, in order to be 'rescued,' must heal enough to rejoin with herself, not to be joined with a prince. Shares a lot, thematically, with her later Black Jewels trilogy. (Bishop was 'discovered' through her contributions to this series.)

* 215 • You Wandered Off Like a Foolish Child to Break Your Heart and Mine • Pat York

A gorily disturbing story of the mothers and families of princes caught in the legendary wall of thorns trying to prolong the lives of their loved ones, no matter what. A comment on the unhealthy aspects of motherly love? A statement about vain suffering? I'm not sure...

* 231 • Arabian Phoenix • India Edghill

Very much a feel-good story about a young girl in a modern Islamic kingdom, where the king is marrying a different young, intelligent girl every week or so... and none of the brides have been seen again. However, their fate may be just slightly different than in the traditional stories of this ilk you may have heard... A bit of wishful thinking in this one, but's it's still enjoyable.

* 251 • Toad-Rich • Michael Cadnum

Another story of the two sisters, one who has jewels spurt out of her mouth at every word, the other who has 'vermin' emit with her emissions... This one makes the point that rare spiders and reptiles may be more valuable in the long run than opals and pearls.

* 258 • Skin So Green and Fine • Wendy Wheeler

Here, the story of Beauty & the Beast is transposed into a tale of Haitian voodoo, when a Catholic girl leaves her poverty-stricken family to marry a rich but strange-looking and mysterious gentleman. Perhaps not culturally accurate, but a richly flavored and colorful story.

* 289 • The Willful Child, the Black Dog, and the Beanstalk • Melanie Tem

A social worker is briefly drawn into the life of a young girl obsessed with fairy tales who has murdered her foster mother. It reminds her uncomfortably of her loss of her own delinquent daughter.

* 313 • Locks • Neil Gaiman

A short poem about telling his daughter the story of Goldilocks.

* 319 • Marsh-Magic • Robin McKinley

A traditional but original fantasy of a kingdom where, generations ago, the royalty made a bargain with the fey and mysterious marsh-folk, seemingly to the benefit of both - each king will marry a marsh-woman, and in return the marsh folk will live in their own ways, without oppression or interference. But, twenty generations down the road, a bold young woman discovers that there are darker aspects to this mage-enforced bargain than either side suspected...

* 354 • Toad • Patricia A. McKillip

McKillip is one of my favorite authors, but this short musing on the story of the frog prince, while interesting, is not one of her most amazing works. ( )
  AltheaAnn | Feb 9, 2016 |
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Datlow, EllenHerausgeberHauptautoralle Ausgabenbestätigt
Windling, TerriHerausgeberHauptautoralle Ausgabenbestätigt
Asplund, Russell WilliamMitwirkenderCo-Autoralle Ausgabenbestätigt
Bishop, AnneMitwirkenderCo-Autoralle Ausgabenbestätigt
Briggs, PatriciaMitwirkenderCo-Autoralle Ausgabenbestätigt
Cadnum, MichaelMitwirkenderCo-Autoralle Ausgabenbestätigt
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Gaiman, NeilMitwirkenderCo-Autoralle Ausgabenbestätigt
Hopkinson, NaloMitwirkenderCo-Autoralle Ausgabenbestätigt
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Kiernan, Caitlín R.MitwirkenderCo-Autoralle Ausgabenbestätigt
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Winner of the World Fantasy Award: New twists on classic fairy tales from Neil Gaiman, Patricia Briggs, Robin McKinley, Caitlín R. Kiernan, and more. Long ago, when we were children, our dreams were inspired by the fairy tales we heard at our mothers' and grandmothers' knees--stories of princesses and princes and witches and wondrous enchantments, by the Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen, and from the pages of 1001 Arabian Nights. But, as World Fantasy Award-winning editors Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling remind us, these stories were often tamed and sanitized versions. The originals were frequently darker--and in Silver Birch, Blood Moon, they turn darker still. Twenty-one modern Grimms and Andersens--masterful storytellers including Neil Gaiman, Nancy Kress, and Tanith Lee--now reinvent beloved bedtime stories for our time. The Sea Witch gets her say, relating the story of "The Little Mermaid" from her own point of view. "Thumbelina" becomes a tale of creeping horror, while a delightfully naughty spin is put on "The Emperor's New Clothes." Author Caitlín R. Kiernan transports Snow White to a dark, gritty, industrial urban setting, and Patricia Briggs details "The Price" of dealing with a royal and unrepentantly evil Rumpelstiltskin. Rich, provocative, and unabashedly adult, each of these tales is a modern treasure, reminding us that wishes have consequences and not all genies have our best interests at heart.

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