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Charles de Lint Bibliography
  
Novelets
2004
"Riding Shotgun," in Flights, edited by Al Sarrantonio, New York: Roc Books, (2004) [ISBN 0-451-45977-6]
in Muse and Reverie, New York: Tor Books, (2009) 
2002
"Sisters," in Waifs and Strays, New York: Viking, (2002)  
in The Very Best of Charles de Lint, San Francisco, CA: Tachyon, (2010) [ISBN 1-892284-78-2]
in Vampires: The Recent Undeadedited by Paula Guran; Prime Books, (2011) [ISBN 1-892284-78-2]
1995
"The Big Sky," in Heaven Sent, edited by Peter Crowther, New York: DAW Books, (1995) [ISBN 0-88677-656-2]
in Heaven Sent, edited by Peter Crowther, London, UK: Signet, (1995) [ISBN 0-45-118445-9]
in An Anthology of Angels, edited by Larry Segriff, Ed Gorman & Martin H. Greenberg, New York: Glorya Hale Books, (1996) [ISBN 0-517-14868-4]
in Guardian Angels, edited by Martin H. Greenberg, Nashville, TN: Cumberland House Publishing, (2000) [ISBN 1-58182-124-7]
in Moonlight and Vines, New York: Tor Books, (1999) [ISBN 0-312-86518-X]
"Bird Bones and Wood Ash," in The Ivory and the Horn, New York: Tor Books, (1995) [ISBN 0-312-85573-7]
in The Ivory and the Horn, New York: Tor Books, (1996) [ISBN 0-812-53408-5]
"Passing," in Excalibur, edited by Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg & Edward E. Kramer, New York: Warner Books, (1995) [ISBN 0-446-67084-7]
in Moonlight and Vines, New York: Tor Books, (1999) [ISBN 0-312-86518-X]
1993
"In the House of My Enemy," in Dreams Underfoot, New York: Tor Books, (1993) [ISBN 0-312-85205-3]
in Dreams Underfoot, New York: Tor Books, (1994) [ISBN 0-812-51621-4]
in The Armless Maiden, edited by Terri Windling, New York: Tor Books, (1995) [ISBN 0-312-85234-7]
in The Armless Maiden, edited by Terri Windling, New York: Tor Books, (1996) [ISBN 0-312-86221-0]
in The Very Best of Charles de Lint, San Francisco, CA: Tachyon, (2010) [ISBN 1-892284-78-2]
"Waifs and Strays," in Journeys to the Twilight Zone, edited by Carol Sterling, New York: DAW Books, (1993) [ISBN 0-88677-525-6]
in The Ivory and the Horn, New York: Tor Books, (1995) [ISBN 0-312-85573-7]
in The Ivory and the Horn, New York: Tor Books, (1996) [ISBN 0-812-53408-5]
in Waifs and Strays, New York: Viking, (2002)  
1992
"The Stone Drum," in Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction, Mid-December, (1992) [ISSN 1055-2146]
1991
Ghosts of Wind and Shadow, Eugene, OR: Pulphouse Publishing, (1991)  
in Dreams Underfoot, New York: Tor Books, (1993) [ISBN 0-312-85205-3]
in Dreams Underfoot, New York: Tor Books, (1994) [ISBN 0-812-51621-4]
in Triskell Tales: 22 Years of Chapbooks, Burton, MI: Subterranean Press, (2000) [ISBN 1-892284-78-2]
in My Favorite Fantasy Story, edited by Martin H. Greenberg, New York: DAW Books, (2000) ISBN 0-88677-905-7]
in Cicada, January/February, (2000) [ISSN 1097-4008]
1987
"Thomas the Rhymer," in The Mythic Circle #1, (1987)  
"Uncle Dobbin's Parrot Fair," in Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, November, (1987)  
in The Year's Best Fantasy, edited by Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, New York: St. Martin's Press, (1988) [ISBN 0-312-01852-5]
(translated into Japanese) in Hayakawa's SF Magazine #11, (1990)  
in Tesseracts 3, edited by Candas Jane Dorsey & Gerry Truscott, Victoria, B.C.: Porcepic Books, (1991) [ISBN 0-88878-290-X]
as Short Story Paperback #17, Eugene, OR: Pulphouse, (1991) [ISBN 1-56146-517-8]
in Dreams Underfoot, New York: Tor Books, (1993) [ISBN 0-312-85205-3]
in Dreams Underfoot, New York: Tor Books, (1994) [ISBN 0-812-51621-4]
as "La Galereie de perroquets d'Oncle Dobbin," in Fées & Gestes, edited by André-François Ruaud, France: Bifrost/Etoiles Vives, (1998) [ISBN 9-782843-440151]
portion as "In Which We Meet Jilly Coppercorn," in The Very Best of Charles de Lint, San Francisco, CA: Tachyon, (2010)  
 
updated to 11 October 2012

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