Subterranean Press has announced plans to publish Woods And Waters Wild, the third volume of Charles de Lint’s Collected Early Stories. The book is slated for a 2008 release. In the meantime, here’s a look at the table of contents, a list of obscurities that will be the envy of de Lint readers everywhere.

High Fantasy
“A Kingly Thing” (5900 words);
“Woods and Waters Wild” (2400 words);
“The White Road” (8170 words);
“The Graceless Child” (8650 words);
“The Fane of the Grey Rose” (14,700 words);

“Cold Blows the Wind” (4450 words);
“The Weeping Oak” (5400 words);
“Into the Green” (5500 words);

Dennet & Willie
“Dennet & the Fiddler” (8000 words);
“Dragonwood” (5700 words);

“A Tale of Tangle Who Has Many Names” (1200 words);
“Of the Temple in the City of the Burning Spires” (600 words);
“Nareth the Questioner” (800 words);
“Llew the Homeless” (1750 words);

Thomas the Rhymer
“Thomas the Rhymer” (10,800 words);
“Gipsy Davey” (8200 words);
“Cruel Sister” (7950 words);

Woods and Waters Wild will be available only from Subterranean Press in two unique editions: Signed: fully cloth bound hardcover edition: $40. Lettered: 52 signed leatherbound hardcovers, housed in a custom traycase: $200. You can pre-order here: Woods and Waters Wild

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