Grimm, Grit, and Gasoline: Dieselpunk and Decopunk Fairy Tales
World Weaver Press
September 03, 2019
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.64 inches | 0.01 pounds
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About the Author
Amanda C. Davis likes fancy baking almost as much as she likes fairy-tale retellings, so Hansel and Gretel was a perfect choice. Her other dark, funny takes on fairy tales have appeared in InterGalactic Medicine Show, Daily Science Fiction, Mirror Dance, and others; in 2013 they were collected with pieces by her sister Megan Engelhardt in Wolves and Witches: A Fairy Tale Collection. You can read more on her website at http: //www.amandacdavis.com or follow her tweets at @davisac1.
Brian Trent is the author of the sci-fi-novel Ten Thousand Thunders (published in 2018 by Flame Tree Press), and the Rahotep dark fantasy series. His contribution to Grimm, Grit and Gasoline is an original tale that explores dieselpunk in a deliberately non-western setting, mixing in fairy tale elements from ancient Chinese and Japanese traditions. His short fiction regularly appears in the world's top markets, including Analog, Fantasy & Science Fiction, Orson Scott Card's Intergalactic Medicine Show, Terraform, Daily Science Fiction, The Year's Best Military and Adventure SF, Escape Pod, Pseudopod, Galaxy's Edge, Nature, and more. A Writers of the Future winner and contributing author to Baen Books anthologies, Trent lives in a foggy mountaintop town in New England. His website is www.briantrent.com.
Rhonda Parrish is the editor of more than a dozen anthologies including, most recently, Fire: Demons, Dragons and Djinns and Tesseracts: Nevertheless. In addition, Rhonda's written work has been in publications such as Tesseracts 17: Speculating Canada from Coast to Coast and Imaginarium: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing (2012 & 2015). Her YA Thriller, Hollow, is forthcoming (March 2020) and her website, updated regularly, is at http: //www.rhondaparrish.com