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"Jane (Hyatt) Yolen."In Contemporary Authors: New Revision Series. Volume 29.

Edited by Hal May and James G. Lesniak.

Detroit: Gale Research, 1990, pp. 463-69.

A summary of Yolen's publications, with a brief interview of Yolen.

Estes, Cheri. School Library Journal 41, 1 (January 1995):110. A review of Here There Be Unicorns that praises its poetry as well as fiction.

Sherman, Chris. Booklist 91,5 (November 1, 1994): 492-93.An enthusiastic recommendation of Here There Be Unicorns.

Telgen, Diane. "Jane Yolen/'In her Something about the Author. Volume 75. Detroit: Gale Research, 1994, pp. 223-29. A list of Yolen's publications, with a short biography.

Yolen, Jane. "America's Cinderella." Children's Literature in Education 8 (1977): 219.Yolen discusses the history of the Cinderella fairy tale, explaining that she prefers the strong character of the original tale to the weakened versions in modern retellings.

. "Jane Yolen: The Bardic Munchies."

Locus 26 (January 1991): 4, 78. Yolen discusses why she thinks writing for children is...

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