Seeing Green

Seeing Green

by Beth Hudson


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Swan maidens and assassins, selkies and disgruntled house spirits walk the pages of Beth Hudson’s short fiction. A player troupe is attacked by dark enchantment; a man seeks to uncover the mystery of a sealed box; a woman desperately searches for her heart’s desire. Fifteen spellbinding tales open a gateway to other worlds full of love, betrayal, and the cost of magic.

Because sometimes, when you seek magic, you get your wish.

Beth Hudson’s stories have appeared in small press magazines and anthologies for the last fifteen years.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692916810
Publisher: Leaf Litter Press
Publication date: 07/17/2017
Pages: 278
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.58(d)

About the Author

Inspired by authors such as J.R.R. Tolkien, Lloyd Alexander, and Madeleine L'Engle, Beth determined to become a writer when she was still in grade school. That path meandered through an attempt at astronomy, a linguistics degree, and a brief flirtation with anthropology, but during it all, she worked on her writing, producing numerous short stories, and even completing two (unpublished) novels while in high school and college. Since deciding to focus on her writing, she has published a number of fantasy short stories (and a lone science fiction piece) in various magazines and anthologies. "The Herd Lord", a novella about a war among centaurs, was published in 2011, and her first full-length novel, "Etched in Fire" was released in 2015. Beth's ideas are sparked by music - Celtic folk, classical, and classic rock - and she sings, plays guitar and harp, and writes songs as well as dabbling in jewelry-making and other assorted crafts. But it is her sons, Dylan, David, and Alex, who keep her striving for excellence, so that she can make them proud of her. "Seeing Green" is her first short story anthology.

Table of Contents

The Felling of Wystwood

Fair Trade

Training Ground

A Trip to Moonpark

Swan Song

The Seal King

The Smallest Spark

Following Seas

House Call



The Bone Box

Jewel’s Price

Wind Child

Green Thumb

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