The Coyote Road: Trickster Tales

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Ellen Datlow, Terri Windling
Viking, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 523 pages
One odd shoe / by Pat Murphy -- Coyote Woman / by Carolyn Dunn -- Wagers of Gold Mountain / by Steve Berman -- The listeners / by Nina Kiriki Hoffman -- Realer than you / by Christopher Barzak -- The fiddler of Bayou Teche / by Delia Sherman -- A tale for the short days / by Richard Bowes -- Friday night at St. Cecilia's / by Ellen Klages -- The fortune-teller / by Patricia A. McKillip -- How Raven made his bride / by Theodora Goss -- Crow roads / by Charles de Lint -- The chamber music of animals / by Katherine Vaz -- Uncle Bob visits / by Caroline Stevermer -- Uncle Tompa / by Midori Snyder -- Cat of the world / by Michael Cadnum -- Honored guest / by Ellen Kushner -- Always the same story / by Elizabeth E. Wein -- The seņorita and the cactus thorn / by Kim Antieau -- Black rock blues / by Will Shetterly -- The Constable of Abal / by Kelly Link -- A reversal of fortune / by Holly Black -- God clown / by Carol Emshwiller -- The other labyrinth / by Jedediah Berry -- The dreaming wind / by Jeffrey Ford -- Kawaku Anansi walks the world's web / by Jane Yolen -- The evolution of trickster stories among the dogs of North Park after the change / by Kij Johnson

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This anthology features a wide variety of trickster-themed fiction and poetry. As with most compilations like this, some stories resonated more strongly with me than others. The most noteworthy ... Read full review

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I had very high expectations of this anthology, both because of the excellent editors, who are two of my personal favorites, and because of the high number of really good authors featured in the ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Ellen Datlow lives in New York City. Terri Windling divides her time between Tucson, Arizona, and Devon, England. Charles Vess lives in Abingdon, Virginia.

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