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  • Title: The Horns of Elfland
  • Author: Ellen Kushner Delia Sherman Donald G. Keller John Brunner Terri Windling Jennifer Stevenson Jane Emerson Gus Smith
  • ISBN: 9780451455994
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Paperback

  • 15 fantasy tales on theme of music from moonlit fairy symphonies to the evil spell of a witch s bell, include The New Tiresias by Jane Emerson 18th century girl grows up Audience by Jack Womack the Museum of Lost Sounds Flash Company by Gene Wolfe Merlusine by Lucy Sussex funny The Color of Angels by Terri Windling A da in the Park by Susan Palwick
    Ellen Kushner Delia Sherman Donald G. Keller John Brunner Terri Windling Jennifer Stevenson Jane Emerson Gus Smith
    Ellen Kushner weaves together multiple careers as a writer, radio host, teacher, performer and public speaker.A graduate of Barnard College, she also attended Bryn Mawr College, and grew up in Cleveland, Ohio She began her career in publishing as a fiction editor in New York City, but left to write her first novel Swordspoint, which has become a cult classic, hailed as the progenitor of the mannerpunk or Fantasy of Manners school of urban fantasy Swordspoint was followed by Thomas the Rhymer World Fantasy Award and the Mythopoeic Award , and two novels in her Riverside series In 2015, Thomas the Rhymer was published in the UK as part of the Gollancz Fantasy Masterworks line.In addition, her short fiction appears regularly in numerous anthologies Her stories have been translated into a wide variety of languages, including Japanese, French, Dutch, German, Spanish, Latvian and Finnish.Upon moving to Boston, she became a radio host for WGBH FM In 1996, she created Sound Spirit, PRI s award winning national public radio series With Ellen as host and writer, the program aired nationally until 2010 many of the original shows can now be heard archived online.As a live stage performer, her solo spoken word works include Esther the Feast of Masks, and The Golden Dreydl a Klezmer Nutcracker for Chanukah with Shirim Klezmer Orchestra In 2008, Vital Theatre commissioned her to script a full scale theatrical version The Klezmer Nutcracker played to sold out audiences in New York City, with Kushner in the role of the magical Tante Miriam.In 2012, Kushner entered the world of audiobooks, narrating and co producing illuminated versions of all three of the Riverside novels with SueMedia Productions for Neil Gaiman Presents at Audible and winning a 2013 Audie Award for Swordspoint.Other recent projects include the urban fantasy anthology Welcome to Bordertown co edited with Holly Black , and The Witches of Lublin, a musical audio drama written with Elizabeth Schwartz and Yale Strom which one Gabriel, Gracie and Wilbur Awards in 2012 In 2015 she contributed to and oversaw the creation of the online Riverside series prequel Tremontaine for Serial Box with collaborators Joel Derfner, Alaya Dawn Johnson, Malinda Lo, Racheline Maltese and Patty Bryant.A dauntless traveler, Ellen Kushner has been a guest of honor at conventions all over the world She regularly teaches writing at the prestigious Clarion Workshop and the Hollins University Graduate Program in Children s Literature.Ellen Kushner is a co founder and past president of the Interstitial Arts Foundation, an organization supporting work that falls between genre categories She lives in New York City with author and educator Delia Sherman, a lot of books, airplane and theater ticket stubs, and no cats whatsoever.

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    Commentaires:

    Audrey
    some good stories, some not as good. the mix between music and fairie is an old one, and is handled deftly by several authors in this collection.

    Cyn Armistead
    It took a while to track down this volume, as it has long been out of print. Interlibrary loan was, once again, my friend. But how odd to read an actual physical book again, when I've been reading ebooks almost exclusively lately!Most of the stories were a bit darker than anticipated. 1997 was not such a depressing time to me, so I'm not sure why that would be the case.I've had to send the book back to the library already, so I don't have it at hand despite finishing it last night. The first sta [...]

    Vasha7
    An unusually good anthology of fantasy stories on the theme of music. Not all winners, but that's true of any anthology. Notable stories include "The New Tiresias" by Jane Emerson (there's a fine human dimension to this story of an eighteenth-century girl growing up among the tangled motives of adults); "Audience" by Jack Womack (the Museum of Lost Sounds); "Flash Company" by Gene Wolfe; "Merlusine" by Lucy Sussex (this is a fun one); and "The Color of Angels" by Terri Windling. "Aïda in the Pa [...]

    Libroslibra
    The wonderful thing about anthologies is each story may be taken on its own merit. So it is with The Horns of Elfland. There were a few stories I wouldn't read twice, because they either had little to do with my own experience or seemed downright tedious. On the other hand, we find trolls at piano recitals, the obligatory deal with the devil but with a humorous twist, magical deer, and a couple of characters in heartrending circumstances. Well worth a read.

    Jeff Youngstrom
    My review from September 30, 1998

    Jenny
    I actually only read Windling's lovely magic realist story, 'The Colour of Angels', which is a perfect accompaniment to her novel, 'The Wood Wife'.

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