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Published August 2005
Once Upon a Time (She Said) Hardcover price: $26.00

First edition, First printing
ISBN-13: 978-1-886778-61-0
ISBN-10: 1-886778-61-2
Page count: 384
Book Size: 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"

Once Upon a Time (She Said)

by Jane Yolen

This volume contains a collection of over 40 short stories, 30 poems, and 6 essays of Jane Yolen. It is being produced for her Guest of Honourship at Interaction, the 2005 World Science Fiction Convention.

Table of Contents

Jane Yolen — an Introduction (Anne McCaffrey)

Stories Poems
Allerleirauh Beans
The Barbarian and the Queen: Thirteen Views  Beauty and the Beast: An Anniversary
Become a Warrior Black Dog Times
The Bird of Time Crows
The Boy Who Drew Unicorns Deirdre
Dawn-Strider The Elf King's Daughter
Dream Weaver Fat is Not a Fairy Tale
Evian Steel Frog Prince
The Face in the Cloth The Golden Stair
The Faery Flag Great Selkie
The Fisherman's Wife Into the Wood
Flight Impedimenta
The Foxwife Knives
The Girl Who Cried Flowers Märchen
The Golden Balls The Mirror Speaks
Green Plague Mother Goose's Maladies
The Gwynfahr My Father Died Seven Times
Happy Dens; Day in the Old Wolves' Home Once Upon a Time, She Said
The Honey-Stick Boy Orkney Lament
The Hundredth Dove Prince Charming Comes
Inscription Ridinghood
Johanna The Ring at Yarrow
The King's Dragon Song of the Cailleach Bheur
The Lad Who Stared Everyone Down The Storyteller
The Lady and the Merman Swan/Princess
The Maiden Made of Fire Ten Things You May Not Know About Me
The Moon Child When Raven Came
The Moon Ribbon Will
The Promise Women's Stories
Ride Me Like a Wave  
The River Maid Articles
Rosechild Fantasy Novels: Truth in Disguise? (The Footnotes)
Sans Soleil America's Cinderella
The Seventh Mandarin The Brothers Grimm and Sister Jane
Silent Bianca Oh, God, Here Come the Elves
The Singer of Seeds The Story Between
Snow in Summer Remembering Books
Somewhen  
The Sow, the Mare, and the Cow  
The Tale of the Seventeenth Eunuch  
The Tower Bird  
The White Seal Maid  
The Wind Cap  
Winter's King  
The Woman Who Loved a Bear  
Words of Power  

Jane Yolen

Jane Yolen is the author of works as diverse as Owl Moon, Briar Rose, and How do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight? She writes fantasy and science fiction for children, adults, and those who haven't decided which they are! A poet, a teacher of writing and literature, and a reviewer of children's literature, she has been called the Hans Christian Andersen of America and the Aesop of the twentieth century. Jane Yolen's books and stories have won the Caldecott Medal, two Nebula Awards, two Christopher Medals, the World Fantasy Award, three Mythopoeic Fantasy Awards, the Golden Kite Award, the Jewish Book Award, the Association of Jewish Libraries Award, and the Skylark Award.

Edited by Priscilla Olson
Cover art by Ruth Sanderson
Cover design by Alice N. S. Lewis