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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!

  1. “Charmed Life” by Joyce Chng
  2. “Neter Nefer” by Amanda Pillar
  3. “Theodora” by Barbara Robson
  4. “Hallgerðr Höskuldsdóttir / For So Great a Misdeed” by Lisa Hannett
  5. “The Company of Women” by Garth Nix
  6. “Hallowed Ground” by Juliet Marillier
  7. “Little Battles” by LM Myles
  8. “Bright Moon” by Foz Meadows
  9. “The Lioness and Her Prey” by Laura Lam
  10. “Queenside” by Liz Barr
  11. “Look How Cold My Hands Are” by Deborah Biancotti
  12. “The Gift of Freedom” by Dirk Flinthart
  13. “Glorious” by Faith Mudge
  14. “The Pasha, the girl and the dagger: The story of Nora of Kelmendi” by Havva Murat
  15. “Mary Mary” by Kirstyn McDermott
  16. “Vintana” by Thoraiya Dyer
  17. “The Dragon, the Terror, the Sea” by Stephanie Lai
  18. “Sacagawea” by Jane Yolen
  19. “Another Week in the Future” by Kaaron Warren
  20. “Due Care and Attention” by Sylvia Kelso
  21. “Cora Crane and The Trouble with Me” by Sandra McDonald
  22. “A Beautiful Stream” by Nisi Shawl
  23. “Oodgeroo is Not Yet Your Name” by Liz Argall

Do check out the Fablecroft page for information about the woman who served as the basis for each story.

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

  1. Paul Weimer (@PrinceJvstin) // November 7, 2014 at 5:16 am //

    Some of the subjects in the TOC is obvious, other titles make me ask. “Who’s *that*? Tell me more!”

  2. I didn’t see the Kickstarter for this. Is there any way I can preorder it?

    • Keep an eye on our website (or follow on Twitter or Facebook) – we’ll post there as soon as pre-orders are announced. The book is due in March 2015 🙂

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