This issue’s contents include:
- Sam George and Bill Hughes, ‘Guest Editors’ Introduction’
- ‘The origin of the sprites: The Folklore Society’s late-Victorian fairy science’, Francesca Bihet
- ‘“Human passion – fairy power”: The rewriting and subversion of the Melusine legend in Letitia Elizabeth Landon’s “The Fairy of the Fountains”’, Greta Colombani
- ‘A 19th-century influence of Gothic Faerie: The fairy tree, fairy lover, fairy art, and fairy revenge in Clay F. Johnson’s poem “A Ride Through Faerie”’, Tatiana Fajardo
- ‘The Ballad of Isabel Gunn as The Daemon Lover/ Tam Lin: The economic migrant and enchantment as a recruitment strategy’, Catherine Greenwood
- ‘Prisoners of the gods: The captivity narrative in fairy lore’, Jeremy Harte
- ‘Fairyland’s Gothic offspring: The Maid of the Alder Tree as an arboreal femme fatale in George MacDonald’s Phantastes (1858)’, Michaela Haussman
- ‘Fairies in Ann Radcliffe’s “The Glow-worm”: The communal aspect of art’, Györgyi Kovács
- ‘Ill met by moonlight’: Gothic Fairy flash fiction
- ‘A review of Fearsome Fairies: Haunting Tales of the Fae, B.C. Kennedy
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