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  • As he was the first resident here, we wear the emblem of the dragon's head to show that we are the favored people who alone have the right to inhabit this fairyland, which in beauty almost equals the Fairyland of Oz, and in power quite surpasses it.

    Tik-Tok of Oz

  • As he was the first resident here, we wear the emblem of the dragon's head to show that we are the favored people who alone have the right to inhabit this fairyland, which in beauty almost equals the Fairyland of Oz, and in power quite surpasses it. "

    Tik-Tok of Oz

  • She was exactly the same height as the Queen, – for of course nobody in Fairyland is allowed to be any bigger than the Queen; so, if they are not children when they arrive, they are obliged to shrink.

    Mopsa the Fairy

  • Fairyland is a web-published novel, self-published, despite now having a contract and a publisher.

    I Can't Believe That Just Happened

  • I'm so terribly grateful to everyone who believed in Fairyland and supported it, who made it this thing that no one judged for being self-published online, and to those who voted for it without prejudice.

    I Can't Believe That Just Happened

  • Alex Sharkey, from Paul McAuley's excellent Fairyland, is an interesting character; but very much the exception rather than the rule.

    MIND MELD: Who are the Most Memorable Characters in Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror?

  • Fairyland is our last refuge, when the world is a battle-field and religion gone.

    The Lily of Life: A Fairy Tale

  • Do you think you shall remember that? because when you are in Fairyland and want some one to take you home again, call 'Jenny;' I shall be able to come to you, and I shall come with pleasure, for I like boys better than fairies.

    Mopsa the Fairy

  • The same thing never happens twice in Fairyland, so this time the breakfast was not spread in a tent, but on the river.

    Mopsa the Fairy

  • "I won't eat it," he said; but when the other Jack went and picked it up again, and said, "Oh, yes, do, old fellow; it's not my fault, you know," he began to consider that it was no use being cross in Fairyland; so he forgave his double, and had just finished his breakfast when Mopsa woke.

    Mopsa the Fairy

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