Tag Archives: Tehani Wessely

Table of Contents: CRANKY LADIES OF HISTORY Edited by Tehani Wessely and Tansy Rayner Roberts

Several months ago, Tansy Rayner Roberts told us about the Cranky Ladies Kickstarter project, an anthology she is co-editing with Tehani Wessely. Now, Fablecroft has posted the table of contents for Cranky Ladies of History.

Check out this fantastic lineup!
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Table of Contents: PHANTAZEIN Edited by Tehani Wessely

Fablecroft has sent along the table of contents for their all-women anthology Phantazein, which features some excellent cover art by Kathleen Jennings.

But first, here’s the book description:

You think you know all the fables that have ever been told. You think you can no longer be surprised by stories. Think again. With origins in myth, fairytales, folklore and pure imagination, the stories and poems in these pages draw on history that never was and worlds that will never be to create their own unique tales and traditions… The next generation of storytellers is here.

Here’s the table of contents…
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TOC: ‘Epilogue’ Edited by Tehani Wessely

Tehani Wessely has posted the table of contents for her anthology Epilogue which will be released at Continuum in June 2012.
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Panel: Young Adult Speculative Fiction

Charles Tan: Hi everyone! Thanks for agreeing to do this panel.

In case people don’t know each other, let me introduce you to one another. I’m Charles, your blogger from the Philippines. Today we have:

  • Malinda Lo from the US, author of Ash and Huntress.
  • Tehani Wessely from Australia, who is a publisher, editor, and librarian.
  • Cheryl Morgan from the UK, who is very active in the genre nonfiction and awards scene.
  • Gwenda Bond from the US, who dabbles in a little bit of everything.
  • Tarie Sabido from the Philippines as well, who is a blogger and a teacher.

I’m a bit new at this so we don’t have to be very formal. Feel free to steer the conversation in a direction you think is relevant, but I was hoping to start with the speculative fiction YA books (whether novels or anthologies) published this past year that interested you.

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