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Get Your Bad-Ass On!

The Ongoing Journal of the editors of Bad-Ass Faeries

Clap Your Hands...NOW!
Because you better believe the world is full of Bad-Ass Faeries!

Toss out your childhood notions of faeries that are all goodness and light.
No golden pixies clothed in gossamer, dancing on the wind, here to make the rainbows shine and the birds sing. These tales are of faeries on the raw edge, battle-worn and in black leather, with a glimmer of darkness in their eyes, if not their very hearts.

From the meanest city streets to one dusty, disturbing saloon, on the wing or the back of a Harley, no matter where you look, they are headed your way, trailing attitude, bodies, and a dust devil of magic in their wake.

Good or bad or just plain rotten, you’ll never look at faeries the same way again.

"Here are nineteen Faerie tales which in no way resemble the cute little faeries of our childhood...all fo them have a serious twist that I could not help but be fascinated by.
A terrific anthology that I am proud to recommend! - 4 1/2 stars, Detra Fitch, The Huntress Reviews

"Bad-Ass Faeries rides the wave of faerie popularity apparent to anyone
who's ever entered a Hot Topic store... readers will find its protagonists a refreshing change from the sugary-sweet faeries of their childhood." - Dru Pagliassotti, The Harrow

adam p. knave, bad-ass faeries, brian kosciencski, chris pisano, cj henderson, danielle ackley-mcphail, den c. wilson, don w. schank, elaine corvidae, fractured fairytales, james chambers, jeffrey lyman, jesse harris, john sunseri, keith decandido, l. jagi lamplighter, lee hillman, lorne dixon, monica richards, patrick thomas, r. allen leider, urban fantasy, vincent collins