In her Amazon Review, Taela Smith states
“Over the Rainbow » was a very rare find for me – a short story collection with no weak spots.
“Some of the authors I recognized going in as long-time favourites: Fiona Patton, whose story « I Am Not Broken » was an intricate and entertaining blend of fairy tale and science fiction; Kate Story, whose story in this collection entitled « Martinis, My Dear, Are Dangerous » is the perfect blend of creepy and lovely.
“Others I was delighted to be introduced to here for the first time, like Liz Westbrook-Trenholm, whose story « White Rose, Red Thorns » introduces a universe of interconnected fairy tales and a love story whose happy ending was decades in the making.
“Overall, the collection was an excellent look at the relationship that stories have to the categories that define us and how we can overturn those categories to make the story our own. With a mixture of short, often humorous tales and longer, more literary gems, each story seems carefully chosen to both stand strong on its own merits while simultaneously strengthening the collection as a whole.
“The stories inside offer a unique, and uniformly well-written take on fairy tales . . . from the margins.”
You can find her original review at https://www.amazon.ca/Over-Rainbow-Fairy-Tales-Margins/dp/1550967126