Richard Bowes’ book of modern Fairy Tales, their Fantasy offspring and Legendary ancestors presents eight of his stories including “The Lady of Wands,” in which a Fey cop tells her story, that appears here for the first time. Also original to this book is Bowes’ afterword, “A Secret History of Small Books,” which traces the path of Fairy Tales as a refuge for women, gay/lesbian writers, and LGBT readers from the 17th century on.
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About the Author
Richard Bowes is the author of several novels, including Minions of the Moon, which won the Lambda Award, and a great deal of short fiction, which has been collected in Transfigured Night and Other Stories and Streetcar Dreams and other Midnight Fancies and has garnered two World Fantasy Awards, the International Horror Guild award, and several Nebula Award nominations. He has another short fiction collection forthcoming from Fairview Press later this year.