Hedgework and Guessery (aka Author's Choice Monthly Issue 22) is a collection of 7 stories and 8 poems (one is original).
|"Twilight Tracings" [as by Wendelessen]
||Beyond the Fields We Know #1 '78|
||Post Mortem: New Tales of Ghastly Horror, ed. Paul F. Olson & David B. Silva, St. Martin's, 1989|
|"The Calendar of the Trees"
||Triskell Press, 1984|
|"A Wish Named Arnold"
||Spaceships & Spells, ed. Jane Yolen, Martin H. Greenberg & Charles G. Waugh, Harper & Row, 1987|
||OSCAR v9 #10 '81|
|"Raven Sings a Medicine Way, Coyote Steals the Pollen"
||The Mythopoeic Conference Program Book #17 '86|
|"Ariane" [as by Wendelessen]
||Aliens & Lovers, ed. Millea Kenin, Unique Graphics, 1983|
|"Into the Green" [Angharad]
||Sword and Sorceress #5, ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley, DAW, 1988|
|"An Fear Glas"
||Laughter in the Leaves, Triskell Press, 1984|
|"And the Rafters Were Ringing"
||Triskell Press, 1986|
|"The Boys of Goose Hill"
||original to the collection|
|"The Sacred Fire" [Newford]
||Stalkers, ed. Ed Gorman & Martin H. Greenberg, Arlington Heights, IL: Dark Harvest, 1989|
|"The Wild Girl"
||Drabble II: Double Century, ed. Rob Meades & David B. Wake, Beccon Publications, 1990|
||The Horror Show Spr '88|
|"That Gift Was Yours" [from Ascian in Rose]
||Axolotl Press: Eugene, OR, 1986|
From Locus Magazine, 1991:
When they do a collection by one of my favorite authors, like Charles de Lint, a review, or at least a mention, becomes a necessity. This collection is a gem for those who like de Lint's writing, a pleasure for those who know him personally, and a good introduction for those who would like to get to know either his prose or his person.