• Title: Hecate's Cauldron
  • Author: Susan Shwartz Jayge Carr Diana L. Paxson Jessica Amanda Salmonson Charles Saunders Jane Yolen C.J. Cherryh Galad Elflandsson
  • ISBN: 9780879977054
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hecate s Cauldron This anthology contains Boris Chernevsky s Hands by Jane Yolen Mirage and Magia by Tanith Lee Willow by C J Cherryh Moon Mirror by Andre Norton The Sage of Theare by Diana Wynne Jones The Harmonious B
    This anthology contains Boris Chernevsky s Hands by Jane Yolen Mirage and Magia by Tanith Lee Willow by C J Cherryh Moon Mirror by Andre Norton The Sage of Theare by Diana Wynne Jones The Harmonious Battle by Jessica Amanda Salmonson Science is Magic Spelled Backwards by Jacqueline Lichtenberg An Act of Faith by Galad Elflandsson Witch Fulfillment by Jean LorrahThis anthology contains Boris Chernevsky s Hands by Jane Yolen Mirage and Magia by Tanith Lee Willow by C J Cherryh Moon Mirror by Andre Norton The Sage of Theare by Diana Wynne Jones The Harmonious Battle by Jessica Amanda Salmonson Science is Magic Spelled Backwards by Jacqueline Lichtenberg An Act of Faith by Galad Elflandsson Witch Fulfillment by Jean Lorrah Ishigbi by Charles Saunders Bethane by Katherine Kurtz The Riddle of Hekaite by Diana L Paxson and Reunion by Jayge Carr.

    One Reply to “Hecate's Cauldron”

    1. I read about half of this. I picked it up at the library thinking it would get me into the mood for Halloween, but all these authors wrote stories that were about edgy witches, and tried to change your idea of what "witch" meant, which is fine but far from what is advertised. I liked a few of the stories even if they weren't actually about witches, particularly Diana Wynne Jones's story as she's one of my favorite authors. The rest felt pretty random and often poorly written or structured, and f [...]

    2. Originally picked this up for the Katherine Kurtz story ("Bethane"--good backstory for the Deryni series), but found some other gems in it. "Witch Fulfillment" has always tickled my funny bone and it captures the romance novel feel (a plus, considering the main character's interests). Anything by Tanith Lee is usually worth reading, and "Mirage & Magia" is no exception. "The Sage of Theare" made me want to read the Chrestomanci novels (although at present I enjoy this story better than the n [...]

    3. Short stories about witches by well known women writers including Diana Wynne Jones and a couple of unfamiliar male writers. Entertaining but seven months later I've completely forgotten the stories.

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