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WELCOME TO BORDERTOWN Table of Contents

Editors blackholly & ellen_kushner are thrilled to announce the complete Table of Contents for

WELCOME TO BORDERTOWN
edited by Holly Black & Ellen Kushner
with Introduction by series creator Terri Windling


Introduction - Terri Windling
Introduction - Holly Black
Bordertown Basics (Letter from the Diggers)
Welcome to Bordertown - Terri Windling & Ellen Kushner
Shannon's Law - Cory Doctorow
Cruel Sister (poem) - Patricia A. McKillip
Voice Like a Hole - Catherynne M. Valente
Stairs in Her Hair (song*) - Amal El-Mohtar
Incunabulum - Emma Bull
Run Back to the Border (song) - Steven Brust
Prince of Thirteen Days - Alaya Dawn Johnson
The Sages of Elsewhere - Will Shetterly
Soulja Grrrl: A Long Line Rap (song) - Jane Yolen
Crossings - Janni Lee Simner
Fair Trade (Comic) - Sara Ryan & Dylan Meconis
Lullabye: Night Song for a Halfie (song) - Jane Yolen
Our Stars, Our Selves - Tim Pratt
Elf Blood - Annette Curtis Klause
The Wall (poem) - Delia Sherman
Ours is the Prettiest - Nalo Hopkinson
We Do Not Come in Peace - Christopher Barzak
A Borderland Jump-Rope Rhyme (poem) - Jane Yolen
The Rowan Gentleman - Cassandra Clare & Holly Black
The Song of the Song (song) - Neil Gaiman
A Tangle of Green Men - Charles de Lint


The book will be published in hardcover by Random House on May 24, 2011.  As soon as we have the final cover, we'll post it for you to see; we're also working on a new Welcome to Bordertown website.  My earlier posts on the progress of this project are all here.  Background on the original series is here on Terri Windling's site.

* Songs:  We asked people to give us song lyrics that fit with the stories . . . and they did.  I don't know if any have been set to music yet - but I'm looking forward to hearing what happens once they're published & available to all!
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