Dresses, Three single work   short story   horror   fantasy  
Issue Details: First known date: 2008 2008
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  • Appears in:
    y Shimmer no. 8 Winter 2008 Z1787926 2008 periodical issue 2008
  • Appears in:
    y The Girl with No Hands and Other Tales Angela Slatter , Greenwood : Ticonderoga Publications , 2010 Z1756788 2010 selected work short story 'Sixteen tales, complex and beautiful. Fairytales told the way they used to be, throughout the generations before such stories were written and printed. Tales of caution and learning; remarkable and memorable.
    What you find in these pages will not be easily forgotten.' (Publisher's blurb)
    Greenwood : Ticonderoga Publications , 2010
    pg. 167-178
  • Appears in:
    y In Fabula-divino Nicole R. Murphy (editor), Brisbane : eMergent Publishing , 2013 8544825 2013 anthology short story

    'Take eight authors, work them like they’ve never worked before and what do you get?

    'Working for the devil, running from zombies, talking your way out of a throat slashing…

    'The In Fabula-divino project – eight months of mentoring, editing and publishing.

    'Those eight stories are joined by four tales from some of the biggest names in speculative fiction – Kevin J Anderson & Rebecca Moesta, Trudi Canavan, Angela Slatter and Kaaron Warren.

    'You’ll be entranced, entertained and inspired. And maybe even find your own halo…'

    Source: Publisher's blurb.

    Brisbane : eMergent Publishing , 2013
  • Appears in:
    y A Feast of Sorrows : Stories Angela Slatter , Canton : Prime Books , 2016 9535080 2016 selected work short story

    'A Feast of Sorrows―Angela Slatter’s first U.S. collection―features twelve of the World Fantasy and British Fantasy Award-winning Australian author’s finest, darkest fairy tales, and adds two new novellas to her marvelous cauldron of fiction. Stories peopled by women and girls―fearless, frightened, brave, bold, frail, and fantastical―who take the paths less traveled by, accept (and offer) poisoned apples, and embrace transformation in all its forms. Reminiscent of Angela Carter at her best, Slatter’s work is both timeless and fresh: fascinating new reflections from the enchanted mirrors of fairy tales and folklore.'

    Source: Publisher's blurb.

    Canton : Prime Books , 2016
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