The Chichester Centre for Fairy Tales, Fantasy and Speculative Fiction is based at the University of Chichester.
- Call for Submissions: Articles, creative writing, reviews and visual art relating to fairy tales, fantasy and speculative fiction
- CfP The Robot at 100: Culture, society, politics, and the future
- CfP – Angela Carter: A Radical Prescience?
- Our thanks to Prof. Nikolajeva as she retires from our Advisory Board
- Colin Manlove, 1942-2020
- Call-out for reviewers
- Gossip & Tales
- Call for Submissions: Articles, creative writing and reviews relating to the work of Prof. Bill Gray in folklore, fairy tales and the fantastic
- Call for Papers: The Fabled Coast
- Call for Submissions: Articles and reviews on Robert Holdstock’s writing
- CfP – Lewis Carroll and George MacDonald: An Influential Friendship
- Images in Catriona McAra’s piece, Gramarye issue 12
- Puck of Pook’s Hill Art Competition
- CfP: Arthur Rackham in Sussex on his 150th birthday
- Where do fairy tales begin? A new book from Prof. Bill Gray explores their origins.
Category Archives: Uncategorized
Call for Submissions: Articles, creative writing, reviews and visual art relating to fairy tales, fantasy and speculative fiction
The Chichester Centre for Fairy Tales, Fantasy and Speculative Fiction seeks articles, book reviews and creative writing relating to literary and historical approaches to fairy tales, fantasy, Gothic, magic realism, science fiction and speculative fiction for Gramarye, its peer-reviewed journal … Continue reading
Saturday 18 June 2022. CfP deadline Monday 14 March 2022. Cloisters, Bishop Otter Campus / hybrid event. To mark the centenary of the first staging in English of Karel Capek’s seminal play R.U.R., the Chichester Centre for Fairy Tales, Fantasy … Continue reading
Symposium: Saturday 5 March 2022 Call for Papers: Deadline extended to 31 December 2021 The Centre for Fairy Tales, Fantasy and Speculative Fiction at the University of Chichester invites proposals for papers, creative writing readings, panel discussions and events for … Continue reading
Prof. Maria Nikolajeva has retired from our Advisory Board and all other academic activities. We are very grateful for her work with us, and wish her a long and happy retirement. Maria Nikolajeva was Professor of Education at Homerton College … Continue reading
Colin Manlove (4 May 1942 – 1 June 2020) was an Falkirk-born writer and literary critic with a particular interest in fantasy works. From not having read any fantasy literature before undertaking his postgraduate degree, Manlove became a pre-eminent scholar … Continue reading
The Chichester Centre for Fairy Tales, Fantasy and Speculative Fiction is looking for volunteer reviewers for poetry and fiction submissions to Gramarye. Reviewers would only review as many pieces as they were comfortable with – from one to eight pieces … Continue reading
The latest newsletter can be found on Issuu or downloaded as a pdf here.
Call for Submissions: Articles, creative writing and reviews relating to the work of Prof. Bill Gray in folklore, fairy tales and the fantastic
The Chichester Centre for Fairy Tale, Fantasy and Speculative Fiction seeks articles, book reviews and creative writing relating to literary and historical approaches to folklore, fairy tales, fantasy, Gothic, magic realism, science fiction and speculative fiction for a special issue … Continue reading
‘Lewis Carroll and George MacDonald: An Influential Friendship’Saturday, 1 September 2018 “While Dodgson, the … mathematician who hated inaccuracy, loved to question the very multiplication table’s veracity, my father, the poet, who hated any touch of irreverence, could laugh till … Continue reading
Sisters of the Moon at ArtFacts.net Max Ernst’s Alice Child. Max Ernst, Two Children are threatened by a Nightingale at WikiArt. Grandmother Moorhead’s Aromatic Kitchen at Artstack. And Then We Saw The Daughter of the Minotaur at Artstack. How Doth … Continue reading
Part of Arthur Rackham in Sussex: A 150th Birthday Celebration About the competition The Sussex Centre for Folklore, Fairy Tales and Fantasy will present an exhibition of Arthur Rackham’s works in Sussex for his 150th birthday at the National Trust’s … Continue reading
Deadline 31 March 2017 Symposium Saturday 16/9/2017 at the Sussex Centre for Folklore, Fairy Tale and Fantasy, University of Chichester. ‘I can only say that I firmly believe in the greatest, stimulating and educative power of imaginative, fantastic, and playful … Continue reading
The World Treasury of Fairy Tales and Folklore is a stunning collection of fairy tales from around the world, compiled by Prof. William Gray, founding director of the Sussex Centre for Folklore, Fairy Tales and Fantasy here at the University … Continue reading
The Sussex Centre’s map of folktales in Sussex and the South Downs has been converted into a graph. Ghost stories are the most popular folktale across Sussex and the South Downs. Sunken bell stories make a close second, although this … Continue reading
All our newsletters are available on Issuu.com. Click on the Jun-Jul 2015 newsletter to find out about our upcoming events, links to videos of all the Wonderlands symposium panels, and a breakdown of statistics from our map of folklore.