The Brown Issue #7
The Brown Issue, the seventh issue of Fairy Tale Review, contains short fiction and poetry with an earthy aesthetic.
The Red Issue #6
The Red Issue, the sixth issue of Fairy Tale Review, contains original fiction and poetry, as well as translations, inspired by the themes and motifs of "Little Red Riding Hood."
Narrative and Metafiction in Modern Fairy Tale
Explores self-consciousness and metafictional awareness in modern fairy tale and its expression across literary fairy tale, popular fairy tale, and fairy-tale film.
The Aquamarine Issue #5
The Aquamarine Issue, the fifth issue of Fairy Tale Review, features fairy tale fiction and poetry with an oceanic theme.
Considers the profound influence of fairy tales on contemporary fiction, including the work of Margaret Atwood, A.S. Byatt, Angela Carter, Robert Coover, Salman Rushdie, and Jeanette Winterson.
Collects nearly thirty years of major work by noted writer and folklore scholar Kay Stone.
The White Issue #4
The fourth issue of Fairy Tale Review, The White Issue features original fiction and poetry with fairy tale aesthetics.
An Anthology of Men on Fairy Tales
Breaks new ground in fairy-tale studies by offering male writers a chance to reflect on their relationships to fairy tales.
The follow-up to The Arabian Nights Reader, this volume investigates the transnational features of the Arabian Nights.
The Violet Issue #3
The third issue of Fairy Tale Review, The Violet Issue focuses on fairy tales for adults--"almost-blue," as the color violet is often described.
An authoritative guide to research inspired by the Arabian Nights, containing sixteen influential essays.
The Green Issue #2
The second issue of Fairy Tale Review, The Green Issue is devoted to new fairy tales, with a special consideration for nature.
The Blue Issue #1
The inaugural issue of Fairy Tale Review, The Blue Issue features original fiction and poetry with the aesthetics of fairy tales.
Responding to thirty years of feminist fairy-tale scholarship, this book breaks new ground by rethinking important questions, advocating innovative approaches, and introducing woman-centered texts and traditions that have been ignored for too long.
Childbirth and the Fairy Tale in Early Modern France
Pregnant Fictions explores the complex role of pregnancy in early-modern tale-telling and considers how stories of childbirth were used to rethink gendered "truths" at a key moment in the history of ideas.
A diverse collection of essays, artwork, interviews, and fiction on Angela Carter.
Giambattista Basile's Lo cunto de li cunti and the Birth of the Literary Fairy Tale
From Court to Forest is a critical and historical study of the beginnings of the modern literary fairy tale.