Horror Anthology — Witches: Wicked, Wild and Wonderful
May 11, 2012
Today, Let’s check out Witches: Wicked, Wild and Wonderful edited by Paula Guran — a witch horror anthology.
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Witches: Wicked, Wild and Wonderful
Editor: Guran, Paula
Cover Art: Shutterstock/Bliznetsov
Format: Trade Paperback
Type: Horror Anthology
Page Count: 384pp.
Pub. Date: March 13, 2012
Publisher: Prime Books
A bewitching brew of stories sure to enchant.
Surrounded by the aura of magic, witches have captured our imaginations for millennia and fascinate us now more than ever.
No longer confined to the image of a hexing old crone, witches can be kindly healers and protectors, tough modern urban heroines, holders of forbidden knowledge, sweetly domestic spellcasters, darkly domineering, sexy enchantresses, ancient sorceresses, modern Wiccans, empowered or persecuted, possessors of supernatural abilities that can be used for good or evil — or perhaps only perceived as such.
Welcome to the world of witchery in many guises: wicked, wild, and wonderful. Includes two original, never-published stories.
Table of Contents:
- Introduction by Paula Guran
- Walpurgis Afternoon by Delia Sherman
- Nightside by Mercedes Lackey
- The Cold Blacksmith by Elizabeth Bear
- Basement Magic by Ellen Klages
- Mirage and Magia by Tanith Lee
- Lessons with Miss Gray by Theodora Goss
- The World Is Cruel, My Daughter by Cory Skerry
- Ill Met in Ulthar by T. A. Pratt (original)
- The Witch’s Headstone by Neil Gaiman
- Boris Chernevsky’s Hands by Jane Yolen
- Bloodlines by Silvia Moreno-Garcia
- The Way Wind by Andre Norton
- Poor Little Saturday by Madeleine L’Engle
- The Only Way to Fly by Nancy Holder
- Skin Deep by Richard Parks
- The Robbery by Cynthia Ward
- Marlboros and Magic by Linda Robertson (original)
- Magic Carpets by Leslie What
- The Ground Whereon She Stands by Lean Bobet
- Afterward by Don Webb
- April in Paris by Ursula K. Le Guin
- The Goosle by Margo Lanagan
- Catskin by Kelly Link
- About the Authors