Stories of the small-town struggle to reconcile tradition with inevitable change.
A wellspring of wisdom from Black women leaders in higher education for the next generation.
Visual art and writing on the immediate and lasting emotional toll of infertility.
A calling into being of a surrealist African American poetic mythology.
Politics and paradigm shifts underlying contemporary retellings of fantastic traditional Chinese tales.
The creation and legacy of the sitcom that transformed queer representation in American television.
An explosive, award-winning novel, The Spook Who Sat by the Door is a 50-year-young classic that provides commentary on the racial inequities in the US in the late 1960s - and today.
Lively illustrations depict the close bond between grandfather and grandson during a child's summer visit to the South.
A Gilded Age industrialist - surrounded by scandal - becomes Michigan’s wealthiest resident and helps shape the nation.
The compelling true story of a hard-fought environmental win, set in motion by a tenacious government scientist and an unrelenting journalist—resulting in the polluting companies paying for the $1 billion, 20-year cleanup.
Resistance and representation manifests in the subversive genre of the lyric essay.
Essays exploring the intimate yet universal intersection of one human life with trees.
Poems about the joys and struggles of complex, contemporary life—and heartbreak.
Thought-provoking poems that challenge preconceptions of form and style while focusing on themes of everyday experience, class, politics, literature, and more.
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Fairy Tale Review is an annual literary journal dedicated to publishing new fairy-tale fiction, nonfiction, and poetry....
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