Language and Literature
Poetic meditations on leadership challenges as dean of a small university campus in rural Alberta.
A Critical Translation of Charles Perrault’s Fairy Tales
Mother Goose Refigured presents annotated translations of Charles Perrault’s 1697 fairy tales that attend to the irony and ambiguity in the original French and provide a fresh take on heroines and heroes that have become household names in North America.
A superb compilation of modern Canadian voices: ten years, ten authors, ten critics.
A significant and unique contribution to our understanding of reading, readers and literacy development.
Poems by Anne Kleiman and Annabelle Farmelant
Presents the work of two American-born women who wrote and published a substantial body of Hebrew poetry between the 1930s and 1960s.
A richly illustrated collection of evocative animal stories that offers young adult and adult readers a new vision of the fairy-tale past.
Yiddish Culture after the Holocaust
Studies the variety, scope, and character of Yiddish culture in different geographical centers after the Holocaust.
The Mauve Issue #11
The Mauve Issue, the eleventh issue of Fairy Tale Review, features fiction and poetry with fairy tale aesthetics.
Playwright, novelist, polyglot, pianist, trickster Tomson Highway’s Kreisel Memorial Lecture on the importance of multilingualism.
The Literary Archive of Wilfred Watson
Life and work of avant-garde poet and playwright Wilfred Watson through correspondence with wife, Sheila Watson.
Selected Hebrew Writings of Hava Shapiro
A selection of the path-breaking feminist writings of Hava Shapiro (1878–1943), one of the first women writers to contribute to modern Hebrew literature.
Traces the development of an ethnic literature in the vernacular language of Judeo-Arabic in Tunisia between 1850 and 1950.
Letters from a Wandering Mountain Guide, 1906-1933
Conrad Kain’s letters provide insights into the life and thoughts of this exemplary Austrian-Canadian mountaineer.
Both instructors and students benefit from these audio materials that provide an interactive way to learn while reinforcing what is gained from the lessons within the textbook.
The Emerald Issue #10
The tenth-anniversary Emerald Issue contains new stories, poems, essays, and artwork inspired by the themes of "emeralds" and "Oz."
Shyness needs no cure, claim the authors of thoughtful, raw, and humorous essays and poems.
Edmonton Public Library's First 100 Years, 1913-2013
Novelist Todd Babiak commemorates Edmonton Public Library's centenary with a bustling narrative and rich history.
The Yellow Issue #9
Guest editor Lily Hoang curated the ninth issue of Fairy Tale Review, a collection of short stories and poetry inspired by the color yellow.
War in Contemporary Israeli Arts and Culture
Explores cultural responses to war in Israeli society since 1978.
New Frontiers of Language and Culture
Highlights an international generation of scholars currently revitalizing the field of Yiddish studies.