New Myths of the Feminine Divine

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New Myths of the Feminine Divine is a collection of sf, fantasy, and myth, all with a female main character. The stories are diverse, ranging from comedic to very literary and serious, but are tied together by their common focus on the feminine perspective. More

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Published by Cynthia Joyce Clay
Words: 62,780
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452490694

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Review by: Midu Hadi on Feb. 27, 2013 :
Women Within the Earth: ★
A woman led by her dreams goes to wake up Antigone.

Crayon Tree: ★★
All the vegetation on Earth has died. The Crayon Tree gives humans a second chance.

Achromous: ★★
Pollution has wrecked the fairy city, Ilyanna. Only love may save them.

The Embroiderer: ★
The last surviving Fate decides to take on an apprentice.

When Soul Cals to Soul You Must Folow the River of Grass to Find the Fountain of Youth: ★★★
A cute story about soul mates.

The Rental: ★★★
An old school fairy tale about an estate agent & how her life changes when she tries to get a witch's cottage rented out.

The Aurora Mask: ★★
Denizens of a place where masks show you your true self lose their way.

The Demeter Project: ★★★
Through genetic manipulation, humans try to create Demeter!

For Every Moment: ★★★
A future where Time Travel becomes possible.

Where's Mercy: ★★★
How the ogresses turned vegetarian!

Io Copiano: ★★★
A Sorceress defeats an Enchanter.

The Spring Waters Dance: ★★★
The land needs the water from the springs & only a dancer can make it happen.

The Icebox of Vengeance: ★★★
Be nice to your fridge!

Bed Frame Riffs: ★★★
Talking beds, aliens & research grants!

A collection of stories that kept me interested and was fun to read. All the stories focused on at least one strong female character-there were researchers, dancers, swordswomen, deities, artists & sorceresses.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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