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Fairy Tale Review

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 16: The Coral Issue

Editor's Note
Benjamin Schaefer

When I Bring You Home
Mary Ardery

Matt Bell

Swanplume Boy Descends into Hades
Cassandra J. Bruner

The Bears at Bedtime
Angela Buck

Old Madge Refuses to Tidy the Garden & The Oracle’s Stenographer Prepares for the Apocalypse
Abigail Cloud

Mourner with Strawflower
Flower Conroy

East Texas
Todd Dillard

Year of the Mirror
Sara Duff

Things Real
Lisa Fishman

Green Water
Manuel Paul López

HERE (some green mysterious land), 2007
Linda Malnack

Forecast & Vigil
Kyle Marbut

The Flood
Maia McPherson

The Future of Boys
Brian Michael Murphy

From Kaolin, From Dust
Brianna Noll

O Great, or: Now the Bees Have Guns
Adam Peterson

Oh Artemis
Erin Rodoni

Not Creator, Nor Destroyer
Anjali Sachdeva

Sarah Salway

Collective Nouns for Mammals: A Bestiary
William Todd Seabrook

Anna Short

Deeper Into the Woods
Beth Steidle

Kinds of Ghosts
My Tran

The Beast of Bray Road
Mark Wunderlich

Contributor Notes & Artist Statements

The Coral Issue
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