The Penguin Book of Modern Fantasy by Women
A. Susan Williams, Richard Glyn Jones
Penguin Books, 1996 - Fiction - 560 pages
Fantasy long has been a vehicle that women have used to express their creative diversity and free themselves from a male-dominated literary establishment. This collection contains 38 short stories written by women from 1941 to the present. It includes new voices from four continents and writers better known for other fictions, such as Joyce Carol Oates, Fay Weldon, P.D. James, and others.
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Not all to my taste but with a collection of this size and breadth there is plenty to satisfy. Lovely to reread Leigh Brackett's "The Lake of the Gone Forever". Le Guin's "Sur", though to my mind not ... Read full review