Once upon a time there was a girl, there was a boy, there was a poor woman who wanted, there was a queen who couldn’t have, there was witch who lived under, there was a green frog at the bottom of, there was a troll, a tree, a bear, a bright eyed bird who knew the secret of, there was a fairy who had lost, there was a child who had found, there was a wizard who had made, there was a princess who had broken, there was a story that was trying to be told. Listen. The wind is speaking....
— - Fairy Tales, Terri Windling

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Terri Windling is a writer, editor, and artist specializing in fantasy literature and mythic arts... 

She has published over forty books, winning nine World Fantasy Awards, the Mythopoeic Award, the Bram Stoker Award, and placing on the short lists for the Tiptree and Shirley Jackson Awards. She received the S.F.W.A. Solstice Award in 201o for "outstanding contributions to the speculative fiction field as a writer, editor, artist, educator, and mentor." Her work has been translated into French, German, Spanish, Italian, Czech, Russian, Turkish, Korean, and Japanese. She has served on the boards of the Interstitial Arts Foundation and the Mythic Imagination Institute (U.S.), and is currently a member of the advisory board for the Sussex Centre forFolklore, Fairy Tales, and Fantasy at the University of Chichester (U.K.).

Windling's art has appeared in solo and group exhibitions in the United States and Europe, including shows at The Boston Museum of Fine Arts, The Tucson Museum of Contemporary Art, The Words and Pictures Museum, and The Book Arts Gallery. Group exhibitions have includedDreamWeavers (a touring show of fantastical art), Fées (a French museum show of fairy tale illustration from the 12th to 21st centuries), Sir Lanval (a French and English show of art inspired by the medieval Lais of Marie de France), and Ancient Spirit, Modern Voice (an international survey of modern mythic art).