This issue’s contents include:
- Simon Hughes, ‘Camilla Collett: A Walk and a Tale’
- Valentina Polcini, ‘Dino Buzzati’s ‘Cypresses’: A Rackham-inspired Story
Articles on fantasy and gothic:
- Jeana Jorgensen, ‘Changelings with a Caffeine Addiction: How Urban Fantasy Adapts Folklore’
- Dr Sara Cleto and Dr Brittany Warman, ‘Porphyro is Dead: Exploring Narrative Ambiguity and Folk In-tertexts in Keats’ ‘The Eve of Saint Agnes’
- Jonathan Mills, ‘The Broken Isles’
- Poppy O’Neill, ‘Tomb of the Unknown Gravida’
Articles on fairy tales
- Sherryl Clark, ‘Writing New Fairy Tales: The Tattered Coat’
- Dikaia Gavala, ‘Let It Go: Revising ‘The Princess Story’ in Disney’s Frozen’
- Matthew Francis, ‘Ye Xian’
- Lawrence Wilson, ‘A Sestina for May Eve’
- A review of The Company of Wolves, Emily Jessica Turner
- A review of Fairies: A Dangerous History, Francesca Bihet
- A review of Mixed Magic: Global-local dialogues in fairy tales for young readers, Anthony James O’Shea
- A review of Dancing with Trees: Eco-Tales from the British Isles, Joanna Gilar
- A review of Botanical Folk Tales of Britain and Ireland, Rose Williamson
- A review of Aladdin: A New Translation, Ruth B. Bottigheimer
- A review of ALL KINDS OF FUR: Erasure Poems & New Translation of a tale from the Brothers Grimm, Sara Cleto
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We must apologise to Consultant Editor Naomi Foyle for not listing her as a contributor to Gramarye 15! She waded through piles of speculative fiction to pick out the very best pieces and it would have been a much less interesting and varied issue without her.
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