Teeth Edited By Ellen Datlow And Terri Windling Bibliography

Summary Bibliography: Terri Windling

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  • Author: Terri Windling Author Record # 158
  • Legal Name: Windling, Terri
  • Birthplace: Fort Dix, New Jersey, USA
  • Birthdate: 3 December 1958
  • Language: English
  • Webpages:SFE3, Wikipedia-EN
  • Used These Alternate Names:Bellamy Bach, T. Windling, Terry Windling
  • Author Tags:retold fairy tales (3), young-adult fantasy (2), young-adult (2), Young Adult (2), 1988 Best Anthology (1), 1989 Best Anthology (1), 1990 Best Anthology (1), 1991 Best Anthology (1), 1992 Best Anthology (1), 1993 Best Anthology (1), 1994 Best Anthology (1), 1995 Best Anthology (1), 1996 Best Anthology (1), 1997 Best Anthology (1), 1998 Best Anthology (1), 1999 Best Anthology (1), 2000 Best Anthology (1), original anthology (1), 2001 Best Anthology (1), 2002 Best Anthology (1) and 7 additional tags. View all tags for Terri Windling

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Fiction SeriesNovelsAnthology Series
  • Chronicles of the Borderlands
  • Elsewhere
  • Fairy Tale Anthologies
  • Fairy Tales Retold
  • Mythic Fiction
  • The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror
AnthologiesChapbooksCover ArtInterior ArtShort FictionPoemsEssay Series
  • Folkroots
    • The Green Guardian and the lore of the woods. (1994)
    • Fantasy literature and folk music have their roots in old Celtic ballads. (1994)
    • Folk tales are transformed for the love of the Beast. (1995)
    • North America may be new but it's filled with diverse ancient folk traditions. (1995)
    • Native American legends inspire magical fiction, art and music. (1995)
    • The heroes' quest: The transformational power of fairy tales. (1995)
    • The magical lore of Italy is white as ricotta and red as blood. (1995)
    • The magical legends of the "Enchanted Land" of Wales. (1995)
    • Eastern European Magic: Alchemy, Witchery and Puppetry in Prague. (1996)
    • Merlin and Melusine: Legends from the Breton coast of France. (1996)
    • Hounds, Hares and Standing Stones: The Lore of England's West Country. (1996)
    • Breadcrumbs, beasts and transformations: Fairy tales are plentiful in poetry. (1996)
    • Ashes, Blood, and the Slipper of Glass: the story of Cinderella (1996)
    • Deer Maiden and Selkie Skins: Tales of Shamans, Shape-shifters, and the Animal People (1996)
    • Tristan, True Thomas, and Morgan of Hed: Legends of Harps and Harpers (1997)
    • The Road That Has No End: Tales of the Travelling People (1997)
    • Wile E. Coyotee and other sly trickster tales. (1997)
    • Myth, Mysticism, and Magic: The Pre-Raphaelites and Fantasy (1997)
    • Sacred Springs, Holy Wells, and Haunted Riversides: Legends of Water Lore (1997)
    • Banshees and Boggarts, Spriggans and Sprites: The Legends of Our "Good Neighbors". (1997)
    • The Golden Arrows of Eros: Mythic Tales of Passion and Desire (1998)
    • A Winter's Tale: Solstice stories and other myths of nature (1998)
    • The King of Cats and Other Fabulous Felines. (1998)
    • Dusk, Dawn, and the Days of the Dead: Doorways into Other Worlds. (1998)
    • Folkroots (Realms of Fantasy, October 1998) (1998)
    • Making the Invisible World Visible: Brian Froud Brings Folklore to Life. (1998)
    • Unriddling the World: Rites-of-Passage Myths and Fantasy Tales (1999)
    • The Green Man, the Green Woman, and the Mythic Forest (2000)
    • Snow, Glass, Apples: The Story of Snow White. (2000)
    • Folkroots (Realms of Fantasy, December 2000) (2000)
    • Folkroots (Realms of Fantasy, April 2001) (2001)
    • Folkroots (Realms of Fantasy, October 2002) (2002)
    • Folkroots (Realms of Fantasy, April 2003) (2003)
    • Folkroots (Realms of Fantasy, December 2003) (2003)
    • Folkroots (Realms of Fantasy, June 2004) (2004)
    • Folkroots (Realms of Fantasy, August 2004) (2004)
    • Sir James M. Barrie was the Little Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up (2005)
    • Folkroots (Realms of Fantasy, December 2006) (2006)
    • Folkroots (Realms of Fantasy, August 2007) (2007)
    • Folkroots (Realms of Fantasy, October 2007) (2007)

  • Gallery (Realms of Fantasy)
  • Locus Obituary
Essays
  • Introduction (Elsewhere) (1981) withMark Alan Arnold
  • Introduction (Elsewhere Vol. II) (1982) withMark Alan Arnold
  • Letter (Locus #276) (1984) withMark Alan Arnold [only as byTerry WindlingandMark Arnold]
  • Jane Yolen (1984)
  • Letter (Science Fiction Chronicle #99) (1987)
  • Letter (Locus #324) (1988)
  • Letter (Locus #329) (1988)
  • Summation 1987: Fantasy (1988)
  • Fairy Tales (1988)
  • Read This (NYRSF, December 1988) (1988)
  • Introduction: Fairy Tales (1989)
  • Summation 1988: Fantasy (1989)
  • Letter (Locus #348) (1990)
  • Summation 1989: Fantasy (1990)
  • Letter (Locus #361) (1991)
  • Summation 1990: Fantasy (1991)
  • Introduction: Fairy Tales (Briar Rose) (1992)
  • Summation 1991: Fantasy (1992)
  • Introduction: Fairy Tales (Briar Rose) (1992)
  • Introduction: White as Snow: Fairy Tales and Fantasy (1993) also appeared as:
  • Recommended Reading (Snow White, Blood Red) (1993) withEllen Datlow
  • Thomas Canty (1993)
  • Introduction (Dreams Underfoot) (1993)
  • Summation 1992: Fantasy (1993)
  • Letter (Locus #400) (1994)
  • Introduction (Black Thorn, White Rose) (1994) withEllen Datlow
  • Recommended Reading (Black Thorn, White Rose) (1994) withEllen Datlow
  • Summation 1993: Fantasy (1994)
  • Introduction (Ruby Slippers, Golden Tears) (1995) withEllen Datlow
  • Introduction (The Armless Maiden) (1995)
  • Letter (Locus #412) (1995)
  • Summation 1994: Fantasy (1995)
  • Introduction (The Faces of Fantasy) (1996) also appeared as:
  • Summation 1995: Fantasy (1996)
  • Introduction (Black Swan, White Raven) (1997) withEllen Datlow
  • Summation 1996: Fantasy (1997)
  • Introduction (Sirens and Other Daemon Lovers) (1998)
  • Introduction (The Essential Bordertown) (1998)
  • Summation 1997: Fantasy (1998)
  • Lisa Goldstein: Personal Appreciation (1998)
  • Travels through Brittany (1998)
  • Introduction (Silver Birch, Blood Moon) (1999) withEllen Datlow
  • Summation 1998: Fantasy (1999)
  • Recommended Reading (Silver Birch, Blood Moon) (1999) withEllen Datlow
  • The Mything World of Charles de Lint (1999)
  • Introduction (A Wolf at the Door and Other Retold Fairy Tales) (2000) withEllen Datlow
  • Introduction (Black Heart, Ivory Bones) (2000) withEllen Datlow
  • Summation 1999: Fantasy (2000)
  • Introduction (White as Snow) (2000)
  • Summation 2001: Fantasy (2001)
  • Summation 2000: Fantasy (2001)
  • On Tolkien and Fairy-Stories (2001) also appeared as:
  • Fairy-kist (2002)
  • Introduction: About the Green Man and Other Forest Lore (2002)
  • Preface (The Green Man: Tales from the Mythic Forest ) (2002) withEllen Datlow
  • The Mythic World of Charles de Lint (2002)
  • Introduction (Fitcher's Brides) (2002)
  • Introduction (Swan Sister: Fairy Tales Retold) (2003) withEllen Datlow
  • Summation 2002: Fantasy (2003)
  • Introduction: The Faeries (2004)
  • Preface (The Faery Reel: Tales from the Twilight Realm) (2004) withEllen Datlow
  • Hans Christian Andersen, le père des contes de fées [French] (2004)
  • Le mouvement préraphaélite, mythe, mysticisme & magie [French] (2004)
  • Introduction (The Book of Ballads) (2004)
  • The Dark of the Wood: Rites-of-Passage Tales (2005)
  • Further Reading (Folkroots: Sir James M. Barrie was the Little Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up) (2005)
  • Introduction (In the Forest of Forgetting) (2006)
  • Introduction (Tam Lin) (2006)
  • Introduction (Salon Fantastique) (2006) withEllen Datlow
  • Introduction (Coyote Road) (2007)
  • Introduction (The Coyote Road: Trickster Tales) (2007)
  • Preface (Coyote Road) (2007) withEllen Datlow
  • Preface (The Coyote Road: Trickster Tales) (2007) withEllen Datlow
  • Introduction (Troll's Eye View) (2009) withEllen Datlow
  • Introduction (The Beastly Bride: Tales of the Animal People) (2010)
  • Preface (The Beastly Bride: Tales of the Animal People) (2010) withEllen Datlow
  • Introduction (Teeth: Vampire Tales) (2011) withEllen Datlow
  • Introduction (Welcome to Bordertown) (2011)
  • Afterword (After: Nineteen Stories of Apocalypse and Dystopia) (2012) withEllen Datlow
  • Introduction (After: Nineteen Stories of Apocalypse and Dystopia) (2012) withEllen Datlow
  • Charles de Lint: In Appreciation (2012)
  • Introduction: Fantasy, Magic, and Fairyland in Nineteenth-Century England (2013)
  • Preface (Queen Victoria's Book of Spells: An Anthology of Gaslamp Fantasy) (2013) withEllen Datlow
  • Editorial, October 2014 (Fantasy Magazine, October 2014) (2014) withCat RamboandWendy N. Wagner
  • Iain McCaig / Grand Master (2014)
  • Jane Yolen: Toastmistress (2016)
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Experts in the genres of mythic and speculative fiction, Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling have edited numerous anthologies for readers of all ages. Together and individually they have won abundant honors, including multiple World Fantasy, Hugo, and Bram Stoker Awards.

Ellen Datlow has also received the British Fantasy Society's Karl Edward Wagner Award for "outstanding contribution to the genre." She lives in New York City.

Terri Windling is the recipient of the Science Fiction Writers Association's Solstice Award for outstanding contributions to the speculative fiction field. She lives in Devon, England.

Experts in the genres of mythic and speculative fiction, Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling have edited numerous anthologies for readers of all ages. Together and individually they have won abundant honors, including multiple World Fantasy, Hugo, and Bram Stoker Awards.

Ellen Datlow has also received the British Fantasy Society's Karl Edward Wagner Award for "outstanding contribution to the genre." She lives in New York City.

Terri Windling is the recipient of the Science Fiction Writers Association's Solstice Award for outstanding contributions to the speculative fiction field. She lives in Devon, England.

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