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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 14: The Charcoal Issue

Editor's Note
Joel Hans

Incantation: Female
Ruth Baumann

Sweet Meats
Francisca Lia Block

Eurydice tells us her favorite memory with Orpheus
Kristen Brida

The Children
Justine Champine

Ekphrasis for Snow White in Her Glass Coffin
Mollie Chandler

Yield
Jos Charles

The Discomfort Index
Caroline Crew

The Albatrosses
Emrys Donaldson

The Woman Who Ate Foxes
Ashleigh E. Gill

“How Lines Came to Be Drawn on Human Hands” & “Exiles of the Wild Moon”
Raquel Vasquez Gilliland

When I Am Not Joan of Arc Or You Bring Me a Bowl of Green & Purple Olives
Jennifer Givhan

Village of the Red Mothers
Mary Haidri

Oprahification
Brittany Hailer

Hell
David Hansen

“Summer Faces” & “Mercury Night”
Satoshi Iwai

The View from the ————— Bus
Devi Laskar

El Alma de la Máquina
Baldomero Lillo

The Soul of the Machine
Baldomero Lillo (Translated by Jonathan Wlodarski)

Ol’ Captain Kurt
Jacob Lindberg

"Still in the 21st Century” & “Disaster Doesn’t Have to Be Spectacular”
Amelia Martens

Provençal
Erin Mullikin

Something’s Up with Alice
Ishelle Payer

Psyche
Paisley Rekdal

“I Will Have Forgotten You by Sunday” & “Bad Hunter”
Sara Ryan

Unpresidented!
Eric Schlich

The Problem of Heat Loss
Rion Amilcar Scott

The Women
Theresa Sullivan

“It’s your fault I’ve got to make the rounds through the forest several times a week.”
Brittany Tomaselli

Pantoum for When the Skies Clear and We’ll Know
Madeleine Wattenberg

A Real Spacesuit Is a Little Envelope of Earth Conditions
Cori Winrock

Shelter
C Pam Zhang

“The True Story of the Sorcerer’s Apprentice” & “The President and His Bodyguards”
Jack Zipes

Contributor Notes

To find out when the next issue will be available, see the Journals Publication Schedule.

 

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