Under My Hat: Tales from the Cauldron
A stellar cast of acclaimed fantasy writers weave spellbinding tales that bring the world of witches to life. Boasting over 70 awards between them, including a Newbery Medal, five Hugo Awards and a Carnegie Medal, the authors delve into the realms of magic to explore all things witchy...
From familiars that talk, to covens that offer dark secrets to explore, these are tales to tickle the hair on the back of your neck and send shivers down your spine. Be truly spooked by these stunning stories by Diana Peterfreund, Frances Hardinge, Garth Nix, Holly Black, Charles de Lint, Tanith Lee, Neil Gaiman, Ellen Klages, Ellen Kushner, Delia Sherman, Patricia A. McKillip, Tim Pratt, M. Rickert, Isobelle Carmody, Jane Yolen, Jim Butcher, Peter S. Beagle and Margo Lanagan.
They can mean only one thing - somewhere nearby, there must be a witch. From fairy tales to fims to fiction, witches cast their spells and capture our imaginations.
Now the biggest names in fantasy and young adult literature have come together to make a little magic of their own. Neil Gaiman, Holly Black, Diana Peterfreund, Margo Lanagan, Peter S. Beagle, and Garth Nix are just a few of the authors who have toiled over their cauldrons and conjured up bewitching new creations inspired by and celebrating the might and mystery of the witch. Assembled by one of the most well-regarded anthologists in the science fiction/fantasy world, this rich, intelligent collection will enchant readers of all ages.
Stray Magic by Diana Peterfreund
Payment Due by Frances Hardinge
A Handful of Ashes by Garth Nix
Little Gods by Holly Black
Barrio Girls by Charles de Lint
Felidis by Tanith Lee
Witch Work by Neil Gaiman
The Education of a Witch by Ellen Klages
The Threefold World by Ellen Kushner
The Witch in the Wood by Delia Sherman
Which Witch by Patricia A. McKillip
The Carved Forest by Tim Pratt
Burning Castles by M. Rickert
The Stone Witch by Isobelle Carmody
Andersen’s Witch by Jane Yolen
B is for Bigfoot by Jim Butcher
Great-Grandmother in the Cellar by Peter S. Beagle
Crow and Caper, Caper and Crow by Margo Lanagan
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