Wizard's Den: Spellbinding Tales of Magic and Magicians
jon_p_noble at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 8 19:24:45 EST 2004
The following is from the Locus website;
The Wizards Den: Spellbinding Stories of Magic and
Magicians ed. Peter Haining (Souvenir Press
0-285-63628-6, Nov 2001, £9.99, 255pp, hc, cover by
Antony Wootten); Anthology of 15 fantasy stories,
intended for a young-adult audience. Authors include
John Wyndham, Joan Aiken, and Philip Pullman.
9 The World of Wizardry Peter Haining in, 2001
21 Professor de Lara and the Twopenny Spell
[Professor de Lara] E. Nesbit ss
33 School for the Unspeakable Manly Wade Wellman
ss Weird Tales Sep 37
48 The Demon Headmaster [Demon Headmaster] Gillian
Cross ex New York: The Oxford University Press, 1982
55 Ghostclusters [Mr. Majeika] Humphrey Carpenter
80 Grimnir and the Shape-Shifter [from The
Weirdstone of Brisingamen] Alan Garner ex London:
Collins, 1960; consists of Chapter 9 (St. Marys
Clyffe) and the first paragraph of chapter 10.
94 Dark Oliver Russell Hoban ss The Observer
108 Finders Keepers Joan Aiken ss, 1965
128 The Dabblers William Harvey ss The Beast
With Five Fingers, J.M. Dent, 1928
142 The Magic of Flying Jacqueline Wilson ss
152 Chinese Puzzle John Wyndham nv Argosy (UK)
181 The Wish Roald Dahl ss, 1948; Someone Like
You, Knopf, 1953
188 Invisible Boy Ray Bradbury ss Mademoiselle
202 My Name Is Dolly William F. Nolan ss
Whispers VI, ed. Stuart David Schiff, Garden City, NY:
208 Something to Read Philip Pullman nv Point
Horror, ed. A. Finnis, Scholastic UK, 1994
227 Carol Oneirs Hundredth Dream [Chrestomanci]
Diana Wynne Jones nv Dragons & Dreams, ed. Jane
Yolen, Martin H. Greenberg & Charles G. Waugh, Harper
& Row, 1986
--- Charles Butler
<hannibal at thegates.fsbusiness.co.uk> wrote:
> Anyone comes across this book, edited by Peter
> Haining? According to the
> Amazon blurb it contains stories by "Philip Pullman,
> Roald Dahl, Jacqueline
> Wilson and Diana Wynne Jones, and many more." I
> wonder which DWJ that is?
> Also, I think there's an Alan Garner in there too -
> if anyone happens to
> have a copy, I'd be very interested to see a
> contents list.
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