Synopses & Reviews
The legends of Fairyland tell that one should never taste the food or sip the drink, or else risk being caught there forever. But the tempting morsels in So Fey are irresistible Lambda Award-finalist editor Steve Berman brings together acclaimed fantasy writers with some of the brightest names in speculative and LGBT fiction to create tales that are moving and magical. These stories of romance and grief, adolescence and identity, struggle and hope will enchant readers who long for a fantastic escape--and a wonderful twist One sample of this bewitching treat is sure to trap you in its pages From the pains of loss in Holly Black's The Coat of Stars to dealing with issues of identity in Richard Bowes's The Wand's Boy to Melissa Scott's look at the dangers of love in Mister Seeley So Fey: Queer Fairy Fiction takes you into worlds that are at once amazing and familiar. With tales that tear and tug at the heart but never cease to enchant, this exciting and unique collection of 22 stories will last long in the minds of readers.