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Bibliography

Novels

The Evil Wizard Smallbone, (Candlewick, 2016)

The Freedom Maze, (Big Mouth House, 2011; Candlewick, 2014)

The Magic Mirror of the Mermaid Queen, (Viking/Penguin, 2009)

Changeling, (Viking/Penguin, 2006; Firebirds, 2008)

The Fall of the Kings, (with Ellen Kushner, Bantam Books, 2002)

The Porcelain Dove, (Dutton, 1993; Plume, 1994)

Through a Brazen Mirror Ace, (1988; Circlet Press, 1999)

Collection

Young Woman in a Garden, (Small Beer Press, 2014)

Short Stories

“It’s My Own Invention,” (Forthcoming)

“The Great Detective,” (tor.com, 2016)

“Queen Victoria’s Book of Spells,” (Queen Victoria’s Book of Spells, ed. Datlow & Windling, 2013)

“The Witch in the Wood,” (Under My Hat, ed. Johnathan Strahan, 2012)

“The Ghost of Cwmlech Manor,” (Steampunk!, ed. Grant & Link, Candlewick Press, 2011)

“Flying.”  (Teeth, ed Datlow & Windling, HarperCollins, 2011)

“How the Pooka Came to New York City,”  (Naked City, ed Datlow, St. Martin’s, 2011)

“The Wizard’s Apprentice,” (Troll’s Eye View, ed. Datlow & Windling, Viking, 2009; The Way of the Wizard, ed. John Joseph Adams, Prime Books, 2010)

“The Red Piano,” (Poe, ed. Ellen Datlow, Solaris, 2009)

“Gift From A Spring,” (Realms of Fantasy, April, 2008; Year’s Best Fantasy 9, ed. Hartwell & Cramer, Tor.com, 2009; The Year’s Best Science Fiction & Fantasy 2009, ed. Rich Horton, Prime Books, 2009)

“La Fée Verte”, (Salon Fantastique, ed Datlow & Windling, Thunder’s Mouth Press, 2006; Best New Romantic Fantasy, ed. Paula Guran, Juno Books, 2007)

 “The Fiddler of Bayou Teche,” (Coyote Road, ed. Datlow & Windling, Viking Penguin, 2006)

“Walpurgis Afternoon”, (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, 2005; Best New Paranormal Romance, ed. Paula Guran, Juno Books, 2007)

“CATNYP,” (Faerie Reel, ed. Datlow & Windling, Viking Penguin 2004; The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy for Teens, ed. Jane Yolen and Patrick Nielsen Hayden, Tor, 2005)

“Cotillion,” (Firebird, ed. Sharyn November, Viking Penguin, 2003)

“Grand Central Park,” (The Green Man, ed. Datlow & Windling, Viking Penguin, 2001; Magie Verte, ed Andre-Francois Ruaud, Oxymore, 2003)

"The Twelve Months of New York City," (A Wolf at the Door, ed. Datlow & Windling, Simon & Schuster, 2000)

"The Parwat Ruby," (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, 1999; The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror, St. Martin’s, 2000)

"The Tragedy of King Alexander the Stag", (A Distant Soil, ed. Colleen Doran, Image Comics, 1999)

"On the Taconic" (with Ellen Kushner), (Paradoxa - Studies in World Literary Genres Vol. 4 No. 10, Special Issue: "Metafictions: Stories in Reading", March, 1999)

"Socks," (The Essential Bordertown, ed. Terri Windling & Delia Sherman, Tor, 1998)

"The Fairy Cony-Catcher," (Sirens, ed. Terri Windling & Ellen Datlow, HarperCollins, 1998; The Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror, St. Martin’s, 1999; (Japan) Hayakawa SF magazine, Fantasy issue, autumn 2000; So Fey, ed. Steve Berman, Haworth Press, 2007)

"Sacred Harp," The Horns of Elfland, ed. Ellen Kushner, Donald S. Keller, & Delia Sherman, Roc, 1997

"The Fall of the Kings," (with Ellen Kushner)  (Bending the Landscape, ed. Nicola Griffith & Stephen Pagels, White Wolf, 1997; The Year's Best Fantasy & Horror, St. Martin's, 1998)

"The Witch's Heart,"  (The Sandman Book of Dreams, ed Neil Gaiman & Ed Kramer, Harper Prism, 1996; The Year's Best Fantasy & Horror, St. Martin's, 1997)

"The Printer's Daughter," (Ruby Slippers, Golden Tears, ed. Terri Windling & Ellen Datlow, St. Martin's, 1995; The Year's Best Fantasy & Horror, St. Martin's, 1996)

"Young Woman in a Garden," (Xanadu 2, ed. Jane Yolen and Martin Greenberg, Tor, 1994;  The Year's Best Fantasy & Horror, 1995; Flying Cups & Saucers, ed. Debbie Notkin et al., Edgewood Press, 1998)

"Blood Kin," (Vampires!, ed. Jane Yolen & Martin Greenberg, Harper & Row, 1991)

"Land's End," (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, March 1991)

"Nanny Peters and the Feathery Bride," (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, February 1990;  The Year's Best Fantasy & Horror, St. Martin's, 1991)

"Miss Carstairs and the Merman," (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, January 1989;  The Year's Best Fantasy & Horror, St. Martin's, 1990; Alia anglostorie, ed. Davide Mana & Sivia Treves, Studi Libreria Editrice Torino, 2009)

"The Maid on the Shore," (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, October 1987; The Year's Best Fantasy & Horror, St. Martin's, 1988)

"As Blood Is It Red," (Weirdbook, #23/24, Winter 1988)

"The Fleeting Season," (Fantasy Book, March 1986)

"Runner Beans," (Fantasy Macabre #6 1985)

Anthologies

The Horns of Elfland, (ed. Ellen Kushner, Donald S. Keller, & Delia Sherman, Roc, 1997)

The Essential Bordertown,  (ed. Terri Windling & Delia Sherman, Tor, 1998)

Interfictions 1, (ed. Delia Sherman & Theodora Goss, Interstitial Arts Foundation/Small Beer Press, 2007)

Interfictions 2, (ed. Delia Sherman & Christopher Barzak, Interstitial Arts Foundation/Small Beer Press, 2009)

 

Poetry

“The Wall,” (Welcome to Bordertown, ed. Kushner & Black, RH, 2011)

“The Selkie Speaks,” (The Beastly Bride, ed. Datlow & Windling, Viking, 2010)

"The Crone," (Black Heart, Ivory Bones, ed. Datlow & Windling. Avon, 2000)

"Carabosse," (Silver Birch, Blood Moon, ed. Datlow & Windling.  Avon, 1999)

"Snow White to the Prince," (The Armless Maiden, ed. Terri Windling, Tor Books, 1995)

Non-Fiction

“From Pogo to Girl Genius:  My Life in the Funny Papers,” (forthcoming in Chicks Dig Comics, ed. Sigrid Ellis and Lynne Thomas, Mad Norwegian Press, 2012)

“Lies and Consequences,” (Mind-Rain, ed. Scott Westerfeld, Benbella Books, 2009)

"The Princess and the Wizard: (The Fantasy Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin and George MacDonald."  Children's Literature Quarterly Spring 1987)