TOC: ‘Dangerous Women’ Edited by Gardner Dozois and George R.R. Martin

George R.R. Martin has posted the table of contents for the upcoming anthology he edited with Gardner Dozois, Dangerous Women (originally titled Femmes Fatale).

Says George of the book:

The Abercrombie is set against his RED COUNTRY backdrop, the Holland gives us Eleanor of Aquitaine, Jim Butcher returns us to Harry Dresden’s world, Lev Grossman contributes a tale of life at Brakebills, Steve Stirling revisits his Emberverse, Diana Gabaldon’s story features Jamie Fraser of OUTLANDER fame, the Spector is a Wild Cards story featuring Hoodoo Mama and the Amazing Bubbles, and mine own contribution… well, it’s some of that fake history I have been writing lo these many months, the true (mostly) story of the origins of the Dance of the Dragons. The stand-alone stories, not part of any series, feature some amazing work as well. For those who like to lose themselves in long stories, the Brandon Sanderson story, the Diana Gabaldon story, the Caroline Spector story, and my “Princess and Queen” are novellas. Huge mothers.

Here’s the table of contents…

  1. “Some Desperado” by Joe Abercrombie
  2. “My Heart Is Either Broken” by Megan Abbott
  3. “Nora’s Song” by Cecelia Holland
  4. “The Hands That Are Not There” by Melinda Snodgrass
  5. “Bombshells” by Jim Butcher
  6. “Raisa Stepanova” by Carrie Vaughn
  7. “Wrestling Jesus” by Joe R. Lansdale
  8. “Neighbors” by Megan Lindholm
  9. “I Know How To Pick ‘em” by Lawrence Block
  10. “Shadows For Silence In The Forests Of Hell” by Brandon Sanderson
  11. “A Queen In Exile” by Sharon Kay Penman
  12. “The Girl In The Mirror” by Lev Grossman
  13. “Second Arabesque, Very Slowly” by Nancy Kress
  14. “City Lazarus” by Diana Rowland
  15. “Virgins” by Diana Gabaldon
  16. “Hell Hath No Fury” by Sherilynn Kenyon
  17. “Pronouncing Doom” by S.M. Stirling
  18. “Name The Beast” by Sam Sykes
  19. “Caretakers” by Pat Cadigan
  20. “Lies My Mother Told Me” by Caroline Spector
  21. “The Princess And The Queen” by George R.R. Martin

2 thoughts on “TOC: ‘Dangerous Women’ Edited by Gardner Dozois and George R.R. Martin”

  1. …Sharon Kay Penman? Sold! I also assume that Martin misspoke and the Eleanor of Aquitaine story will be Penman’s rather than Holland’s.

  2. The Princess and the Queen?

    So much for the She-Wolves of Winterfell, I guess. I’ve been craving more Dunk and Egg since before the fifth book was released.

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