This issue’s contents include:
- ‘Twice upon a Time: Maternity, Subversion and (Re)Birth in Contemporary Fairy Tales’, Apolline Weibel
- ‘“It’s a great huge game of chess – being played all over the world”: Darwinian and Calvinistic Determination in Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking Glass’, Karen Gardiner
- ‘“Old Stir Frye”: Synchronic Correlative and Chronotope in an Appalachian Folktale Adaptation’ and ‘Old Stir Frye’, Joseph Sobol
- ‘Half Life’, William Cordeiro
- ‘Little Red: A Memoir of the True Riding Hood’, Wendy BooydeGraaff
- ‘Kosode no te’ and ‘Daidarabotchi’, Kirsten Irving
- ‘The Water Mage’, Richard Levy
- ‘The Witch’s Turn’, Susannah Cherry
- ‘Werewolf Studies’, Willem de Blécourt
- A review of Re-Orienting the Fairy Tales: Contemporary Adaptations Across Cultures, Joanna Gilar
- A review of The Fairest of Them All: Snow White and 21 Tales of Mothers and Daughters, Apolline Weibel
- A review of George R. R. Martin and the Fantasy Form, Paul Quinn
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