Fairy Tale Review, The Mauve Issue (2020)

Fairy Tale Review, The Mauve Issue Kate Bernheimer Thomas Mira y Lopez Matt Bell Emma Bolden Wyatt Bonikowski Traci Brimhall Lucas Church Claire Cronin Fairy Tale Review The Mauve Issue 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 practitioner
  • Title: Fairy Tale Review, The Mauve Issue
  • Author: Kate Bernheimer Thomas Mira y Lopez Matt Bell Emma Bolden Wyatt Bonikowski Traci Brimhall Lucas Church Claire Cronin
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Paperback
Fairy Tale Review, The Mauve Issue Kate Bernheimer Thomas Mira y Lopez Matt Bell Emma Bolden Wyatt Bonikowski Traci Brimhall Lucas Church Claire Cronin 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, The Mauve Issue Kate Bernheimer Thomas Mira y Lopez Matt Bell Emma Bolden Wyatt Bonikowski Traci Brimhall Lucas Church Claire Cronin

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One thought on “Fairy Tale Review, The Mauve Issue

  1. René

    Some great pieces in this Especially impressed by Kellie Wells story The Arse End of the World If all of Fairy Tale Review s issues are as good as this one, I d seriously consider subscribing to it.

  2. Pearse Anderson

    For two hundred pages, a lot happened Again, I like stuff like this Not only is the entire series themed, but the individual issues are themed This is like picking up a gothic mag themed around high society Russia, or an essay collection about bad trips The latter is a real one, the former should be a real one Anyway, kinda confused what the Mauve theme is Still fun Still four stars Definitively POETRY poetry, y know And I wasn t amazed by the contest winners, or the opening Matt Bell Scrapper w [...]

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