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.
Fairy Tale Review Volume 15: The Pink Issue
The Sleeping Girl (Fairy Tale Review Award in Prose, Selected by Kathryn Davis)
Carson Ash Beker
At Publix, The Florida Skunk Ape Hunts Dangerous Game (Fairy Tale Review Award in Poetry, Selected by Jane Miller)
City for the Lost
My Texas Hansel & Gretel
Baba Yaga, Detroit
At the Lost Children’s Memorial Garden
And I Might Find Her If I’m Looking Like I Can
Leslie Adrienne Miller
Thirii Myo Kyaw Myint
Whistle, My Lad, and I Will Come
A Place for Hiding Precious Things
Can you put me in a peach, David?
April Gray Wilder
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An additional $16.00 per volume is charged for postage to addresses outside the U.S.
The following issues are available in print:
Fairy Tale Review Complete Series (Volumes 1-15)
The Pink Issue (2019)
The Charcoal Issue (2018)
The Translucent Issue (2017)
The Ochre Issue (2016)
The Mauve Issue (2015)
The Emerald Issue (2014)
The Yellow Issue (2013)
The Grey Issue (2012)
The Brown Issue (2011)
The Red Issue (2010)
The Aquamarine Issue (2009)
The White Issue (2008)
The Violet Issue (2007)
The Green Issue (2006)
The Blue Issue (2005)
For questions about Fairy Tale Review back issue availability, please contact Julie Warheit at 313-577-4603 or julie.warheit [at] wayne.edu. Electronic back issues are available in PDF format at digitalcommons.wayne.edu/fairytalereview and as ebooks via Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other ebook retailers.