Celebrating 75 Years

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Fairy Tale Review is an annual literary journal dedicated to publishing new fairy-tale fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. The journal seeks to expand the conversation about fairy tales among practitioners, scholars, and general readers. Contents reflect a diverse spectrum of literary artists working with fairy tales in many languages and styles.

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Fairy Tale Review Volume 11: The Mauve Issue

Editor's Note
Thomas Mira y Lopez

The Painted Sisters
Matt Bell

In Every Tale About Hunger
Emma Bolden

Wind-Up Toy
Wyatt Bonikowski

Plantation Landscape with a Mob of Unwanted Children and Pollinating Rubber Trees
Traci Brimhall

The Whole Thing up Till Now
Lucas Church

What Haunts
Claire Cronin

Lenny DellaRocca

Love Story
Monica Drake

And Also in the Sea
Molly Faerber

British Museum, Neolithic Deer Antler Headdress
Majda Gama

Antelopes of Thera
Elizabeth Gross

Kirsten Holt

Christina Kloess

Victor Vale
Mary Lavallee

Alicia Rebecca Myers

The Peach boy
Sequoia Nagamatsu

One of Us Will Be Happy; It’s Just a Matter of Which One
Helen Phillips

All Our Children
Tim Raymond

The Rope-Maker’s Beautiful Daughter
Christian Rees

from Seeking Rubilio
Elizabeth Frankie Rollins

Two Poems
Richard Siken

Emily Temple

Two Poems
Mai Der Vang

The Man in Your Mouth
Caleb Washburn

The Arse End of the World
Kellie Wells

Brother and Sister
Elise Winn

Myshka, or The Unknowable
Rebecca Wolff

Rachel Zavecz

Contributor Notes

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