Fairy Tales Punk’d

About the Book

Steampunk, Dieselpunk, and Cyberpunk – oh my! If you like fractured fables and mythic mash-ups, you’ll love this collection of reimagined fairy tales by 13 international authors. You’ll find retellings of stories you recognize as well as a few you’ve probably never seen before, all of them with a punk subgenre twist.”Making Bones” by Phoebe Darqueling “Star Tsarina” by TJ O’Hare “Steel-blue Babe” by Aaron Isett “The Sharp, Mechanical Sheep” by Kay Gray “The Girl in the Tower” by A.F. Stewart “Hoods and Wolves” by Briant Laslo “The Great Astrolabe of Einsem” by K.A. Lindstrom “Liberty” by Crysta K. Coburn “A Saturnine, a Martial, and a Mercurial Lunatic” by Amber Michelle Cook “The Second Mission of Azarbad the Aeronaut” by J. Woolston Carr “Black Dog, Wild Wood” by Thomas Gregory”Mirror in her Hand” by Liz Tuckwell”Wound” by Paul HiscockAND illustrations by Audra Miller, Nathan Lueth, Tom Brown, and J. Woolston Carr.

About the Author
Liz Tuckwell

Liz Tuckwell lives in London, England with her husband. She has an identical twin sister but hasn't published any books about twins so far.

She writes quirky science fiction, fantasy and horror.

Liz loves science fiction particularly time travel and alternate history. She also loves urban fantasy, steampunk, and historical and crime fiction. She enjoys reading, writing, watching films and travelling to far away places.

Liz wrote a novel aged thirteen. Sadly, her father threw out this 'literary gem' while having a clear out while she was at university.

She has had micro fiction published on www.101fiction.com and http://speculative66.weebly.com. She has also had short stories published in several anthologies.

Please contact Liz on liz@liztuckwell.co.uk or @liztuckwell1 if you have any questions or suggestions. She'd love to hear from you.

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