fairy tale retellings

Otter Perry ottertee at silverwinggraphics.com
Thu Mar 18 17:45:41 EST 2004


On Thursday, March 18, 2004, at 03:21 PM, Robyn Starkey wrote:

>
>> About half of McKinley's novels are retellings. And, if you can stand 
>> the
>> parade of "social concience", Mercedes Lackey has close to half a 
>> dozen of these
>> by now. Her attitude plays rather better in fairly tale retellings 
>> than it
>> does in most of her other work. (There's so much other stuff by 
>> Lackey that I
>> think I'd better actually name them; The Fire Rose, The Firebird, The 
>> Black Swan,
>> The Serpent's Shadow, The Gates of Sleep, there may be another out 
>> there as
>> well, but if there is I'm blanking.)
>
> Thanks for the suggestions; actually, I am specifically looking for 
> *short stories*, not novels.
>
> Robyn

The author's name is Peter Cashorali.  [I found Barnes & Noble more 
helpful than
Amazon.com, although I may just have been a little more intelligent 
about
searching.]

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