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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 13: The Translucent Issue

Editor's Note
Benjamin Schaefer

How to Be a Vigorous and Hearty Individual Who Is Full of Life
Alicia Bones

Glaze & Morph
Bradly Sergio Brandt

Rowan Hisayo Buchanan

Mary Shelley
Stephanie Cawley

Girl Inside a Raindrop
Gillian Cummings

The Excursion, An Excerpt from The Silk Road
Kathryn Davis

Practicing Falconry in a Gyre
Jonathan Louis Duckworth

A New Way to Break a Body, An Essay
Kelly Dulaney

Majda Gama

Ann Glaviano

Citizens of the Sky & Love Song for Whoever You Become
Jenneva Kayser

Sunday Queen & Queen's Mother & Queen's Eulogy for Uncle
Taisia Kitaiskaia

Call Me Moira, Call Me Angela
Marie Marandola

The Feather Dress
Sam Meekings

The Lil' Bitty Eyeball
Jefferson Navicky

Nazli Pearl

Mother and Daughterhood
Maura Pellettieri

He Walks Through Appalachia
Gretchen Steele Pratt

Syren of the Ditch
C Samuel Rees

Rituals & Stories
Erika Rier

Animal Fires
Adam Soto

Anastasia Stelse

Man Camp
Caroline Belle Stewart

Elizabeth Horner Turner

Ocean Is Behind Her
Sara Wainscott

A Spirit Raising and Falling
Kevin Wilson

Winter Pineapple with Sea
Shelley Wong

Rachel Zavecz

Contributor Notes

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