Alting, Mark Carpentier. Oneindig Moment: Informatie Over Tanith Lee. [Amsterdam]:Meulenhoff, . ISBN 90 290 2046 6. Contents: "Inleiding," pages 5-6; "Tanith Lee aan het woord: twee interviews," pages 7-9, 10-13; "Tanith Lee: een enigma" by Johan-Martijn Flaton, pages 15-17; "Waar komen helden vandaan?" by Annemarie van Ewyck, pages 18-22; "Bibliografie," pages 23-25. Notes: (1) Distributed with copies of Stormgebieder [The Storm Lord]. Amsterdam: J.M. Meulenhoff, 1986. (2) There is an illustration by Alicia Austin on page . (3) The book was published with a folded map of Vis laid-in.
Ashley, Mike. "The Tanith Lee Bibliography." Fantasy Macabre, No 4, 1983. Pages 27-36.
Bourgault du Coudray, Chantal. The Curse of the Werewolf: Fantasy, Horror and the Beast Within. London and New York: I.B. Taurus & Co. Ltd, 2006.
Bourgault du Coudray, Chantal. "The Cycle of the Werewolf: Romantic Ecologies of Selfhood in Popular Fantasy". Australian Feminist Studies, Vol 18, No 20 (2003). Pages: 57-72.
Brown, Charles N. (editor). "The Many Faces of Tanith Lee." Locus, November 1983. Page 4.
Brown, Charles N. (editor). "Tanith Lee: Love & Death & Publishers." Locus, Issue 447 (Vol 40 No 3), April 1998. Pages 4-5, 76.
Butler, Andrew M. "Thirteen Ways Of Looking At the British Boom," in Science Fiction Studies, Vol 30, No 3, (Nov. 2003). Pages: 374-393.
Carlson, Jeff. Phone interview with the author on Starship Sofa No. 175. Uploaded and broadcast on Feb. 10, 2011. Interview begins at 27:00 mins into the broadcast and lasts until 58:15 minutes.
Carroll, David and Ward, Kyla (editors). "On The Lee Side". Tabula Rasa, No 4, October 1994.
Chauvette, Cathy. Entry in Twentieth-Century Science-Fiction Writers: Third Edition. Chicago & London: St. James Press, . Noelle Watson & Paul E. Schellinger, editors. Pages 473-474
Clute, John. Entry in The Science Fiction Encyclopedia. Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1979. Peter Nicholls, editor. Page 345.
Clute, John. Entry in The Encyclopedia Of Science Fiction. London: Orbit, 1993. John Clute & Peter Nicholls, editors. Pages 700-701.
Clute, John. Entry in The Encyclopedia Of Fantasy. New York: St Martin's Press, 1993. John Clute & John Grant, editors. Pages 568-570.
Clute, John. Entry in The Encyclopedia Of Fantasy. London: Orbit, 1997. John Clute & John Grant, editors. Pages 568-570.
Collings, M. R. "Words and Worlds: The Creation of a Fantasy Universe in Zelazny, Lee, and Anthony" in The Scope Of The Fantastic: Theory, Technique, Major Authors. Westport CT: Greenwood Press, 1985. Robert A. Collins and Howard D. Pearce, editors. Pages 173-82.
Constatine, Storm. "A Chat With Tanith Lee", May 30, 2012, on the Immanion Press Wordpress Blog.
Constantine, Storm (editor). Night's Nieces: The Legacy of Tanith Lee. Stafford, Staffordshore, England: Immanion Press, 2015. Contents: "...And All Things Are Flawless..." by John Kaiine, p. 7-9; "Stained Glass Worlds", poem by Cecelia Dart Thornton, p. 11; "A Spirit Of Water" by Storm Constantine, p. 13-16; "In Exile" by Storm Constantine, p. 19-36; "Incensed Syllables: Discovering Tanith Lee" by Cecelia Dart-Thornton, p. 39-45; "The Golden And The Dark" by Cecelia Dart-Thornton, p. 47-57; "Goddess Of Wonder" by Vera Nazarian, p. 59-64; "Streets Running Like A River" by Vera Nazarian, p. 67-89; "Feverishly Beautiful" by Sarah Singleton, p. 91-92; "Le Livre De L'Ambre: City Of Gold" by Sarah Singleton, p. 93-130; "Happily Ensorcilled" by Kari Sperring, p. 133-136; "Night In A Day" by Kari Sperring, p. 137-193; "Sabellaed" by Sam Stone, p. 195-200; "Lighting The Beacon" by Freda Warrington, p. 203-206; "Ruins And Bright Flowers" by Freda Warrington, p. 207-234; "Sea And Blood And Night" by Liz Williams, p. 237-240; "Waterwitch" by Liz Williams, p. 243-250' "Queen Of Night" poem by Cecelia Dart-Thornton, p. 252-253. Cover art by John Kaiine with photographs from the author's collection within. Interior illustrations by Storm Constantine, Cecilia Dart-Thornton, Vera Nazarian, Tanith Lee, Freda Warrington, Liz Williams, and Kathleen Jennings.
Cosslett, Tess. "Feminism, Matrilineanism, and the 'House of Women' in Contemporary Women's Fiction". Journal of Gender Studies, Vol 5, No 1 (March 1996). Pages: 7-17.
Cowperthwaite, David (editor). Tanith Lee: Mistress Of Delirium. Stockport: British Fantasy Society, 1993. Contents: "Preface" by David Cowperthwaite, page 3; "Shadows On Stained Glass: The Secret Books Of Paradys" by Peter Relton, pages 4, 6-10, 12-14; "The Towers Of Tanith: Aspects Of Imagery In The Fairy Tales Of Tanith Lee" considered by Mike Ashley, pages 15-17, 23; "A Pre-Raphaelite Novel Of Love And Death: Tanith Lee's Sung In Shadow" by John Howard, pages 18, 20; "Memory Is The Only Time-Machine: The Silver Sky" by Peter Relton, pages 21-23; Il Bacio (Il Chiave), pages 24, 26-32, 34; "Tanith Lee: A Bibliography" by Mike Ashley, pages 35-39, 41-56, 58. Cover art by Dallas Clive Goffin. Interior illustrations by Chrissie Demant, Tanith Lee and Bryam Shaw.
Cranny-Fancis, Anne. "Gender and Genre: Feminist Subversion of Genre Fiction and it's Implications for Critical Literacy" (Chapter 4) in The Powers of Literacy: A Genre Approach to Teaching Writing. Pittsburg [Pa.]: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1993. Bill Cope and Mary Kalantzis, editors.
De Lint, Charles (editor). "A Celebration Of Tanith Lee," Dragonfields No 4, 1983. Pages 12-25. Contains "Introduction" by Charles de Lint; "An Empress Of Dreams" by Galad Elflandsson; "The Fabulast Tanith Lee" by Charles Saunders; "The Interview" conducted by Charles Saunders; and a bibliography "The Fiction Of Tanith Lee: 1971-1983" compiled by Charles Saunders.
Deszcz, Justyna. "Beyind The Disney Spell, Or Escape Into Pantoland," in Folklore, Vol 113, No 1 (April 2002). Pages: 83-91.
Donaldson, Ellen. "Cosmogynesis: The Female Hero in Tanith Lee's The Winter Players" in Literator - Journal of Literary Criticism, Comparative Linguistics and Literary Studies, Vol. 38, No. 1, 2017. Can be found online at Literator.
Edgerton, Teresa. "The Object Of Desire - An Interview With Tanith Lee", May 15, 2012, on the SFF Chronicles website.
Edvardsen, Marit. "Mening i Mellomrommene: En analyse av genre og identitet i Tanith Lee's The Birthgrave." ["Meaning in the Interstices: An Analysis of Genre and Identity in Tanith Lee's The Birthgrave"]. Hovedfagsoppgave: Universitetet I Tromsø, 1999. 126 pages. Note: You can check the BIBSYS library catalogue for the availability of this thesis through interlibrary loan.
Falconer, Kim. "The Silver Metal Lover". Short discussion on the Voyager Online website, June 2009.
Friesner, Esther M. "But What I Really Want To Do Is Direct (My Ideal Role Assigments for SF Classics," in Fantasy & Science Fiction, Vol 95, No 1 (July 1998). [Note: This is a tonue-in-cheek article in the Films section and The Silver Metal Lover is mentioned as number 3].
Flood, Alison. "World of Fantasy: Death's Master by Tanith Lee" in The Guardian>. August 27, 2010.
Freeman, Eric. "Tanith Lee" in The Handbook of the Gothic, edited by Marie Mulvey-Roberts. New York: New York UP, 2009.
Gamble, Sarah. "How The Wolf Met His Match: Two Feminist Revisions Of Little Red Riding Hood". Lore And Language, Vol 7 No. 2, 1988. Pages 23-35.
Garratt, Peter. "Unstoppable Fate: Tanith Lee Interview." Interzone, No 64, October 1992. Pages 23-25.
Gasser, Larry W. "Feminism And Tanith Lee's The Birthgrave." Harbringer, Vol 1 No 2, Spring 1976. Pages 5-7.
Gidney, Craig. Tanith Lee: Channeling Queer Authors" in Lambda Literary. http://www.lambdaliterary.org/. September 13, 2010.
Gidney, Craig. "Delirium's Mistress: The Weird And Beautiful Fiction Of Tanith Lee" in Morbid Outlook, http://www.morbidoutlook.org. March 2005.
Gidney, Craig. "Tanith Lee" in: "The 85 Weirdest Storytells of the Past 85 Years". Weird Tales No 349 (Vol 63 No 2), p. 34.
Gidney, Craig. "An Appreciation Of Tanith Lee" in "Obituaries: Tanith Lee". Locus Magazine. Vol. 75, no. 1, issue 654, July 2015, p. 58-59.
Gidney, Craig. "Weird Beauty: The Weird Fiction of Tanith Lee" in Weird Ficton Review, September 19, 2017.
Gordon, Joan. Entry in The New Encyclopedia Of SF. New York: Viking, 1988. James Gunn, editor. Pages 268-269.
Gordon, Joan. "Sharper Than A Serpent's Tooth: The Vampire In Search Of Its Mother" in Blood Read: The Vampire Metaphor In Contemporary Culture. Philadelhia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997. Joan Gordon and Veronica Hollinger, editors. Pages 45-55.
Grant, Charles L. "Tanith Lee" in World Fantasy Convention 1984. Ottawa, Ontario: Triskell Press, 1984. Charles de Lint, editor. Pages 55-57.
Griswold, Jerry. The Meanings of Beauty and the Beast. Peterborough, Ontario and Orchard Park, N.Y.: Broadview Press, 2004.
Hardesty, W. H., III. "Birthgrave Trilogy" in Survey Of Modern Fantasy Literature, Vol 1. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Salem Press, Inc., 1983. Frank N. Magill, editor. Pages 116-21.
Hardesty, W. H., III. "Volkhavaar" in Survey Of Modern Fantasy Literature, Vol 4. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Salem Press, Inc., 1983. Frank N. Magill, editor. Pages 2036-2038.
Haut, Mavis. "Fatal Women (2004) by Tanith Lee" in 21st Century Gothic. Lanham MD.: Scarecrow Press, 2010. Danel Olson, editor.
Haut, Mavis. The Hidden Library of Tanith Lee: Themes and Subtexts from Dionysos to the Immortal Gene. Jefferson, North Carolina and London: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, . Pagination: i-viii, 1-216.
Heldreth, Lillian M. "The Alchemical Tanith Lee," in Science Fiction Studies, Vol 29, No 2 (July 2002). Pages: 287-289. [Note: this is a book review of The Hidden Library of Tanith Lee: Themes and Subtexts from Dionysos to the Immortal Gene, by Mavis Haut, published in 2001].
Heldreth, Lillian M. "Author Profile: Tanith Lee," in Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Review Annual 1990. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1991. Robert Collins & Robert Latham, editors. Pages 61-70.
Heldreth, Lillian M. "Tanith Lee's Werewolves Within: Reversals of Gothic Tradition." Journals of the Fantastic in the Arts, Vol 2 No 1, Spring 1989. Pages 15-23.
Heldreth, Lillian M. "Vampire Variations: Tanith Lee's Evolution Of The Genre." In The Blood Is The Life: Vampires In Literature. Bowling Green, OH.: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1999. Leonard G. Heldreth and Mary Pharr, editors. Pages 235-245.
Hollinger, Veronica. "The Vampire And The Alien: Variations on the Outsider," in Science Fiction Studies Vol 16, No 2 (July 1989). Pages: 145-160.
Hollinger, Veronica. "Women In Science Fiction And Other Hopeful Monsters," in Science Fiction Studies, Vol 17, No 2 (July 1990). Pages: 129-135.
Holt, Erika. "Author Spotlight: Tanith Lee" on Nightmare Magazine. A brief interview regarding the new short story in Issue 8, May 2013 issue of the online magazine Doll Re Mi.
Hooker, Jessica. Paradigms For A New Princess: Self-Definition And The Road To Utopia In The Feminist Fairy Tale. Dissertation: Thesis (M.A.) - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1992. Leaves: v, 86. Printed 1991.
Howison, Del. "An Interview with Tanith Lee" in World Horror Convention 2015 Souvenir Book. [Atlanta, Georgia]: Horror Writers Association, May 2015. Pages: 269-272.
Joshi, S.T. and Stefan Dzienianowicz, editors. Supernatural Literature of the World: An Encyclopedia. New York: Greenwood Press, 2005.
Kröger, Lisa and Melanie R. Anderson. "Rewriting Snow White. Tanith Lee 1947-2015", in Monster She wrote: The Women who Pioneered Horror & Speculative Fiction. Philadelphia: Quirk Books, 2019. Pages: 215-218.
Larbalestier, Justine. Opulent Darkness: The Werewolves Of Tanith Lee. New Lambton, N.S.W.: Nimrod Publications, 1999. 20 pages.
Lee, Tanith. Introduction in Some Summer Lands written by Jane Gaskell. New York: DAW, 1986.
Lee, Tanith. Introduction in A Glass of Shadow written by Liz Williams. [Weston, Cambridge, England]: NewCon Press, 2011.
Lee, Tanith. Introduction in Vampyric Variations written by Nancy Kilpatrick. Calgary, Alberta, Canada: Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy publishing, 2012.
Lee, Tanith et al. What Sword And Sorcery Means To Me in SF Signal, July 2010. Note: the author is part of a panel of authors.
Lee, Tanith. "Tanith Lee Interviewed". A very short interview, Sept. 24, 2014 on Alchemy Press on the occasion of her short story "The Mermaid" being reprinted in an anthology called The Alchemy Press Book Of Urban Myth 2.
Lefanu, Sarah. "Robots And Romance: The Science Fiction And Fantasy Of Tanith Lee" in Sweet Dreams: Sexuality, Gender And Science Fiction. London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1988. Susannah Radstone, editor. Pages: 121-136.
Leppälahti, Merja. "Vampyyrin muodonmuutos" in Vampyyrit Kansanperinteestä Populaarikulttuuriin. Turku: Uniprint, 2011. Tuomas Hovi and Merja Leppälahti, editors. Description: Tanith Lee's Dark Dance (Finnish title: Pimeyden tytär) is briefly mentioned in an essay discoursing of a vampire character evolution from a restless deceased to a romantic hero. It is mentioned under a subtitle talking about vampire romance in literature with a note about not gaining much success in Finland and therefore the rest of the series was not translated into Finnish.
Maitz, Don. "Tanith Lee" in World Fantasy Convention 1984. Ottawa, Ontario: Triskell Press, 1984. Charles de Lint, editor. Page 57.
Malaguti, Ugo. "Tanith Lee: La Fantascienza Ha Un Nuovo Voce" in Nova SF: Rivista Di Fantascienza. "Il Sole Di Thule" named issue. Vol 12 No 38 (Apr/Oct 1978). Bologna: Libri Editrice, 1978. Pages: 69-71, 221-222.
McCarthy, Shawna. "Tanith Lee: In Memoriam" in "Obituaries: Tanith Lee". Locus Magazine. Vol. 75, no. 1, issue 654, July 2015, p. 58.
McIntyre, T.J. "Author Spotlight: Tanith Lee" in Fantasy Magazine Online, March 2011.
Moran, Maureen F. "Tanith Lee" in The Dictionary of Literary Biography: Vol. 261, British Fantasy and Science-Fiction Writers Since 1960. Farmington Mills, MI: Gale Group, 2004. Matthew J. Bruccoli and Richard Layman, editors. Pages 274-292. Published online as a PDF file and available from Amazon.com. Price: $5.95.
Moran, Maureen. "Anarchic Spaces in Sword and Sorcery Fiction" in Diegesis: The Journal of the Association for Research in Popular Fictions, No 4 (Summer, 1999). Pages: 41-50.
Moran, Maureen F. "Educating Desire: Magic, Power, and Control in Tanith Lee's Unicorn Trilogy," in Utopian and Dystopian Writing for Children and Young Adults. New York: Routledge, 2003. Carrie Hintz and Elaine Ostry, editors. Pages: 139-155.
Moreno-Garcia, Silvia. Interview: Tanith Lee in The Innsmouth Free Press (Online). November 17, 2009.
Morton, Leah Nohealani. Author Spotlight: Tanith Lee. Published February 2014.
Nederlands Bibliotheek en Cultuur Centrum (NBLC). Tanith Lee. Den Haag: Stichting NBLC, 1994. 50 pages including illustrations. NOTE: This is a a collection of articles and interviews from newspapers and magazines compiled by the Netherlands Public Library Centre, to be used for future reference and research. Most public libraries in Holland keep such records for popular Dutch authors, and there's one library collecting this material for all authors published in the country. Thanks to Kathelijne Wintraecken for this detail.
Nicholls, Stan. "Letting Go of the Here and Now: Tanith Lee Interview," Fear, October 1989. Note: reprinted as "Tanith Lee Has An Art Deco Radio Box In Her Head" in Nicholls's Wordsmiths Of Wonder: Fifty Interviews With Writers Of The Fantastic. London: Orbit, 1993.
Nowaira, Amira. "A short story of academic oppression in Egypt". This article from The Guardian specifically mentions the story "Snow-Drop".
Oates, Joyce Carol. "In Olden Times, When Wishing Was Having ... Classic And Contemporary Fairy Tales," in The Kenyon Review, New Series, Vol 19, No 3/4 (Summer-Autumn, 1997). Pages: 98-110.
Pascoe, Sandra. "The Tanith Lee Connection". Scorpio Attack: A Blake's 7 Fanzine. Issue One, August 2005. Pages: 29-30. (Note: This article first appeared in Star Beogtten, Issue 9/10, 1989).
Pea Green Boat. "Interview with Tanith Lee" in Pea Green Boat, Spring issue "Uncanny", March 2012.
Pedot, Hélène. "Tanith Lee : Dans les forêts du conte et de l'esprit". In Fées Divers No 3, April 2009. Pages 47-52.
Peltonen, Leena. "Hurjan inhimillinen peto" in Haamulinnan Perillisiä. Jyväskylä: Gummerrus Kirjapaino Oy, 1992. Matti Savolainen and Päivi Mehtonen, editors. Description: Tanith Lee's Lycanthia is mentioned twice in an essay discoursing about werewolves in folklore and literature. The first mention is in a chapter about how one becomes a werewolf. Lycanthia is mentioned in a part that talks about stories involving a "wolf gene" that causes the transformation. The second mention in another part of the essay is a brief description about the story itself and note about how the author turns the usual setting upside down and sympathizes with werewolves instead of treating them as monsters.
Perdone, Kitty. "Blood Sisters," Midnight Graffiti, No 4, Fall 1989. Pages 46-50.
Porter, Andrew (editor). "Death's Master Wins British Fantasy Award," Science Fiction Chronicle, January 1981. Page 10.
Porter, Andrew (editor). "Gilgamesh Awards, Spain," Science Fiction Chronicle, January 1988. Page 5.
Pringle, David. Entry in
Radstone, Susannah. Sweet Dreams: Sexuality, Gender, and Popular Fiction. London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1988.
Raley, William G. (editor). "Coffee Shop: An Interview With Tanith Lee." After Hours, Vol 7 No 1 (No 25), Winter 1995. Page 42-43.
Rankin, Walter. Grimm Pictures: Fairy Tale Archetypes in Eight Horror and Suspense Films. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland and Co., 2007.
Ratt, Cornelia. Brothers Grimm And Sisters Grimmer: The Transformation Of the Grimms' 'Little Red Cap,' 'Ashputtle' And 'Little Snow White' in Tanith Lee's 'Bloodmantle,' 'When The Clock Strikes' and 'Red As Blood'. Dissertation: Thesis (M.A.) - University of Regina (Canada), 2000. Leaves: 97. Printed 2001.
Reginald, Robert. "A Requiem For Starmont House (1976-1993)," in Science Fiction Studies, Vol 20, No 3 (Nov. 1993). Pages: 414-421.
Rettl, Lisa. "Fairy Tales Re-Visited: Gender Concepts In Traditional And Feminist Fairy Tales". Arbeiten aus Anglistick und Amerikantisk (ArAA), Vol 26 No 2, 2001. Pages 181-198.
Rich, Allison. "Written With Water: A Fan's Perspective Of The Writing of Tanith Lee". Octocon: The National Irish Science Fiction Convention Program. Octocon 2004. Pages 4-7.
Robbins, Trina. "Exercise in Gold", in Heavy Metal vol. 11, no. 9 (January 1979), p. 72-79. NOTE: This is graphic piece based on Don't Bite The Sun.
Rodriguez, Carolina Fernández. Reescrituras Contemporáneas de 'La Bella Durmiente' en Inglés y Castellano. Doctoral disseration from the University of Oviedo, Spain, 1998.
Rodriguez, Carolina Fernández. Contemporary Revisions of 'The Sleeping Beauty' in English and Spanish (English translation of the above Ph.D. thesis). Oviedo, Spain: Universidad de Oviedo, 1998.
Rodriguez, Carolina Fernández. La Bella Durmiente a Travès de la Historia. Oviedo, Spain: Universidad de Oviedo, 1998.
Rodriguez, Carolina Fernández. "The Deconstruction of the Male-Rescuer Archetype in Contemporary Feminist Revisions of 'The Sleeping Beauty'" (revised and translated from La Bella Durmiente a Travès de la Historia) in Marvels & Tales: Journal of Fairy-Tale Studies, Vol 16, No 1 (2002). Pages: 51-70.
Rotella, Carlo. "The Genre Artist". New York Times Magazine. July 19, 2009. NB: This is an article about the Jack Vance tribute anthology called Songs Of The Dying Earth and Tanith Lee is one of the author's quoted.
Sadler, Gregory B. Tanith Lee's Flat Earth Series | Worlds of Speculative Fiction (lecture 36) on Youtube. Duration: 1 hour and 19 minutes.
Schanoes, Veronica L. "Book as Mirror, Mirror as Book: The Sigificance of the Look-Glass in Contemporary Revisions of Fairy Tales" in Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts Vol 20, No. 1 (2009), p. 5-23.
Schweitzer, Darrell. "Interview: Tanith Lee," Fantasy Newsletter, Vol 4, No 11 (Whole No 42), November 1981. Pages 12-15. Note: an edited version of this interview was published as "Weird Tales Talks with Tanith Lee," Weird Tales No 291 (Vol 50 No 2), Summer 1988. Pages 35-42. It was also reprinted as "Tanith Lee" in Schweitzer's Speaking Of Horror: Interviews With Writers Of The Supernatural. San Bernadino: The Borgo Press, 1994
Schweitzer, Darrel. Interview: Tanith Lee. in Realms of Fantasy online, January 2010.
Schweitzer, Darrell. "Interviews with the Fantastic. InterGalactic Interview With Tanith Lee" in Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show, March 2005 (Note: Interview requires a login to the site and a payment of $2.50).
Schweitzer, Darrell. Speaking of the Fantastic IV. [Cabin John, MD.]: Wildside Press, April 2018. Note: this is a reprint of "Interviews with the Fantastic. InterGalactic Interview With Tanith Lee" in Orson Scott Card's InterGalactic Medicine Show, March 2005.
Scully, Alex. "A Lifetime of Horror with Tanith Lee" in World Horror Convention 2015 Souvenir Book. [Atlanta, Georgia]: Horror Writers Association, May 2015. Pages: 266-268.
Silhol, Léa. "Conteuse de la Tribu: La Réecriture du conte chez Tanith Lee" in Emblèmes, Emblèmes Spécial No. 1, July 2004. Pages: 191-197.
Silhol, Léa. "Elle est trois, une lecture symbolique du vampirisme chez Tanith Lee, Freda Warrington et Storm Constantine" in Vampire: Portraits d'une Ombre. Montpellier France: Editions de l'Oxymore, 1999. Léa Silhol, editor.
Silhol, Léa. "Entretien avec le Maîtresse des Arcanes" in Emblèmes, Emblèmes Spécial No. 1, July 2004. Pages: 199-210.
Silhol, Léa. “Histoires de Sang, Histoires d’Encre…” in Ecrit Avec Du Sang. Montpellier France: Editions de l'Oxymore, 2002. Pages 239-269.
Silhol, Léa. "Interview with the Arcana's Mistress" in Emblèmes, Emblèmes Spécial No. 1, Livret Companion, July 2004. Translated from the French by Estelle Valls de Gomis. Pages: 16-26.
Silhol, Léa. "Tanith Lee: De la fantasy comme un art en soi". in Panorama illustré de la Fantasy & du merveilleux. Lyon: Les Mouton Électriques, September 2004. Edited by André François Ruaud and Olivier Davenas. Pages: 295-298.
Silhol, Léa. “Tanith Lee, le Conte et son Double.” Spirale No 179. July-August 2001.
Silhol, Léa. "Tanith Lee, une Bibliograhie française" in Emblèmes, Emblèmes Spécial No. 1, July 2004. Pages: 211-217.
Silhol, Léa. "Thanksgiving: Quelques Mots sur Tanith Lee, la Matières dont sont Faits les Rêves & les Noëls Qu'on Fêtes Tous les Jours" in Emblèmes, Emblèmes Spécial No. 1, July 2004. Pages: 7-8.
Silhol, Léa. "Venin, Velours, Vitrail, l'écriture vampirique chez Storm Constantine, Tanith Lee, Freda Warrington" ["Venom, Velvet, Stained Glass, the Vampiric writing in Storm Constantine, Tanith Lee, Freda Warrington"] in Visages du Vampire. Paris: Dervy, 1999. Barbara Sadoul, editor.
Silhol, Léa. “Les Vampires de Tanith Lee: Une Bibliographie en Mouvement…” in Ecrit Avec Du Sang,. Montpellier France: Editions de l'Oxymore, 2002. Pages 271-275.
Singleton, Sarah. "Guest Intoduction: Tanith Lee" in: Orbital 2008 Progress Report Two. Page 8. Available at: http://www.orbital2008.org/PR2.pdf.
Sinn, Julie A. "I Ain't No Trick-Baby" or Princess in Disguise: Gender Boundaries and Female Mobility in Freeway, Snow White: A Tale of Terror, and Ever After: A Cinderella Story. Masters Thesis, University of Florida, 2001.
Slatter, Angela. Happy New Year from the Lair of the Evil Drs Brain + Tanith Lee!. Short interview posted January 1, 2013 of the author by Angela Slatter.
Smith, Jeanette C. "The Heroine Within: Psychological Archetypes in Tanith Lee's A Heroine of the World." Extrapolation, Vol 39 No 1, 1998. Pages 52-56.
Soanes, Paul A., and Pattison, Jim. Daughter of the Night: A Tanith Lee Bibliography. Toronto: The Gaffa Press, 1993.
Strickland, Barbara. "From Fantasy to the French Revolution: Tanith Lee's Adventure." The Austin Chronicle, May 16, 1997. Page 40.
Tan, Charles. Interview. Tanith Lee on "The Puma’s Daughter". June 2010.
"Tanith Lee," in Contemporary Literary Criticism. Vol 46. 1988. Detroit: Gale Research, 1988. Pages 230-234.
"Tanith Lee: A Selected Bibliography," Weird Tales, No 291 (Vol 50 No 2), Summer 1988. Page 45.
"Tanith Lee: La Fantasy Souveraine". (Interview in French). Elegy. Avril/Mai 2002. Pages -61.
"Tanith Lee: On The Silver Metal Lover." Short discussion, by the author, on the Voyager Online website with the author writing about The Silver Metal Lover. June 2009.
Tiffin, Jessica. "Blood on the Snow: Inventing 'Snow White' in the Vampire Tales of Neil Gaiman and Tanith Lee", in Anti-Tales: The Uses of Disenchantment". edited by Catriona McAra. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2011, p. 220-230.
Tiffin, Jessica. "Structured Sword and Sorcery: The Popular Fairy Tales of Lee, Pratchett, and Tepper", in Marvelous Geometry: Narrative and Metafiction in Modern Fairy Tale. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2009.
Tuccillo, Diane P. "Happily Ever After? Teens and Fairy Tales" in The Alan Review, Vol 28, No 2 (Winter 2001).
Valentine, Gevevieve. "Tale As Old As Time: The Dark Appeal of 'Beauty And The Beast'", March 26, 2017, on the National Public Radio Website. This story mentions Tanith's love of fairy tales, the Redder Than Blood anthology from DAW, and the new collection of folklore stories entitled Beauty and the Beast: Classic Tales About Animal Brides and Grooms from Around the World by Maria Tatar, published by Penguin Books.
Valls de Gomis, Estelle. "Adam & Tanith: Represetations of Man in the works of Tanith Lee" in Emblèmes, Emblèmes Spécial No. 1, Livret Companion, July 2004. Translated from the French by Estelle Valls de Gomis. Pages: 8-15.
Valls de Gomis, Estelle. "Adam et Tanith: Représetations de l'Homme dans l'oeuvre de Tanith Lee" in Emblèmes, Emblèmes Spécial No. 1, July 2004. Pages: 183-190.
Valls de Gomis, Estelle. Le Vampire: Enquête autour d'un Mythe (The Vampire: Investigation around a myth). [S.l.]: Cheminements: 2005. NOTE: This is a doctoral thesis and includes a discussion of Tanith Lee's work (p. 344-346) as well as Valls de Gomis' illustrations to famous vampire novels.
Viljanen, Eeva. Tanith Lee's 'Wolfland" and Suzy McKee Charnas's "Boobs" - Modern Tales of Magic. Doctoral thesis, University of Tampere, Finland, 2005.
Van Der Westhuizen, Nadia. Manipulation and subversion in the Gothic fairy tales of Tanith Lee. PhD thesis, Kingston University, 2017. Abstract: Despite the great diversity of Tanith Lee's work - from science fiction short stories to epic historical novels - certain underlying themes and references consistently appear. This thesis examines Lee's applications of such themes and subtexts, arguing that her work is primarily Gothic regardless of which other genre coventions she uses. By offering a detailed assessment of her fairy tale retellings, this study demonstrates the prevalence of the themes, images and effects that have come to define the Gothic. Lee has developed several subversive narrative strategies that enable her to explore the relations between fairy tales and the Gothic, so the thesis focuses on the cultural significance of each genre's characteristic features in order to show how Lee manipulates conventions, and, in so doing, either reinforces or subverts societal norms. Lee's adaptations are assessed alongside traditional fairy tale variations and compared with a number of key Gothic texts, and the cultural and historical influence of both genres is discussed. Each chapter also briefly reviews significant developments in Gothic and fairy tale scholarship over the last few decades, which allows a more complex and nuanced understanding of the relationship between the two genres, as well as providing a context for the analysis which follows. With few exceptions scholars have ignored this author, preferring instead less genre-driven fairy tale retellings. This limited inquiry has resulted in a deficit of criticism on Tanith Lee, and the exact nature of the relationship between the fairy tale and the Gothic is still not well articulated. This thesis attempts to address that omission by examining the ways in which tale types and genre motifs are reworked in Lee's fiction, and by engaging with an under-explored intersection of folklore and popular culture.
Vandermeer, Jeff and Ann. Tanith Lee On The Weird in Weird Fiction Review November, 2011. The author discusses her short story "Yellow And Red".
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Winegarner, Beth. Read The Music: Essays on Sound. [S.l.]: LuLu.com, 2006. Pages: 25-26.
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Zipes, Jack. Don't Bet On the Prince: Contemporary Feminist Fairy Tales In North America And England. New York: Routledge, .
Zipes, Jack. Why Fairy Tales Stick: The Evolution and Relevance of a Genre. New York: Routledge, 2006.
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