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Mad Hatters and March Hares : All-New Stories from the World of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland - Ellen Datlow

Mad Hatters and March Hares

All-New Stories from the World of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland

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Published: 12th December 2017
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An all original anthology of stories inspired by Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There. "Alice" has been read, enjoyed, and savored by generations of children and adults since its publication. It's hallucinogenic, weird, imaginative and full of wordplay, mathematical puzzles, and political and social satire.

Ellen is looking for stories from a variety of writers in and outside the field of fantastic fiction who are passionate about Alice in Wonderland, and have riffed and comment in their stories on the many aspects of that brilliant work. The stories are not pastiches, but weird tales inspired by the strangeness of events and characters in Carroll's masterpiece.

Ellen has already accepted stories and poems from Seanan McGuire, Jane Yolen, Catherynne M. Valente, Delia Sherman, Genevieve Valentine, Priya Sharma, Stephen Graham Jones, Richard Bowes, Jeffrey Ford, Angela Slatter, Andy Duncan, C.S.E. Cooney, Matthew Kressel, Kris Dikeman, and Katherine Vaz, with the last few selections to be settled shortly.

Praise for The Doll Collection -Dolls, like clowns, are one of the totems of childhood that somehow seem sinister in adulthood. Award-winning editor Datlow has arranged a strong, themed anthology without ever resorting to the -evil doll- cliche of horror movies. There isn't a bad story in the bunch.- --Library Journal-Truly amazing authors takes readers into that dark and frightening 'doll' world, and for those who are not yet scared silly of the porcelain faces, you will be after this . . . Five stars . . . and leave on the lights.- --Suspense MagazinePraise for Ellen Datlow's anthologies: -A superb sampling of urban fantasy... You will have fun with all twenty stories.---Booklist on Naked City-This is a treasure chest. Open it and revel in its riches.---Kirkus Reviews, starred review on The Faery Reel-An often sophisticated view of the world [and] a real sense of how powerful nature can be in its various guises.- --School Library Journal on The Green Man-An enchanting, witty collection of original stories... This superior volume proves that the notion of modern-day Grimms, Andersens, and Wildes isn't just a fairy tale.---Publishers Weekly on Black Thorn, White Rose-Highly readable and thought-provoking...A solid choice, particularly where sophisticated fractured fairy tales are popular.- --School Library Journal on Troll's Eye View-There are some genuine gems in this enticing collection.... A tasty treat for fantasy fans.- --Booklist on The Green Man-The stories run the gamut from humorous to tragic... Despite differing styles, the stories flow smoothly from one to the next. Windling's fascinating introduction details the history of shape-shifters in legends from around the globe. This collection will appeal to fantasy lovers as it provides both stories by beloved authors and exciting new voices to discover.- -- School Library Journal on The Beastly Bride-A potent brew of fairy tales spiked with feminism. These intoxicating delights are not meant for children or the timid... No matter which tour you take through this frightening and dark enchanted wood, Datlow and Windling again prove themselves the best guides.- --Kirkus Reviews on Black Thorn, White Rose Praise for The Doll Collection "Dolls, like clowns, are one of the totems of childhood that somehow seem sinister in adulthood. Award-winning editor Datlow has arranged a strong, themed anthology without ever resorting to the "evil doll" cliche of horror movies. There isn't a bad story in the bunch." --Library Journal"Truly amazing authors takes readers into that dark and frightening 'doll' world, and for those who are not yet scared silly of the porcelain faces, you will be after this . . . Five stars . . . and leave on the lights." --Suspense MagazinePraise for Ellen Datlow's anthologies: "A superb sampling of urban fantasy... You will have fun with all twenty stories."--Booklist on Naked City"This is a treasure chest. Open it and revel in its riches."--Kirkus Reviews, starred review on The Faery Reel"An often sophisticated view of the world [and] a real sense of how powerful nature can be in its various guises." --School Library Journal on The Green Man"An enchanting, witty collection of original stories... This superior volume proves that the notion of modern-day Grimms, Andersens, and Wildes isn't just a fairy tale."--Publishers Weekly on Black Thorn, White Rose"Highly readable and thought-provoking...A solid choice, particularly where sophisticated fractured fairy tales are popular." --School Library Journal on Troll's Eye View"There are some genuine gems in this enticing collection.... A tasty treat for fantasy fans." --Booklist on The Green Man"The stories run the gamut from humorous to tragic... Despite differing styles, the stories flow smoothly from one to the next. Windling's fascinating introduction details the history of shape-shifters in legends from around the globe. This collection will appeal to fantasy lovers as it provides both stories by beloved authors and exciting new voices to discover." -- School Library Journal on The Beastly Bride"A potent brew of fairy tales spiked with feminism. These intoxicating delights are not meant for children or the timid... No matter which tour you take through this frightening and dark enchanted wood, Datlow and Windling again prove themselves the best guides." --Kirkus Reviews on Black Thorn, White Rose

ISBN: 9780765391063
ISBN-10: 0765391066
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 336
Published: 12th December 2017
Publisher: TOR BOOKS
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.62 x 16.0  x 3.3
Weight (kg): 0.52