Martin Harry Greenberg, Russell Davis
DAW Books, 2004 - Fiction - 309 pages
12 all-new magical stories by Charles de Lint, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Tanya Huff, and more
Faerie folk have cast their magical spell over people the world around. Now some of today's most imaginative fantasists explore into the heart of this enchantment with twelve all-original stories that will bespell their spells on readers of all ages.
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