We sat down with Kate Wolford for a long-distance discussion about—well, about the weather, and how it shapes the stories we tell.
Exciting news for all Unsettling Wonder readers. Now you can get all three issues of Unsettling Wonder Vol. 1, bound in a single cover. Bringing together, work by Peter J. Herron, Laura Rae, Katherine Langrish, Lisa Tuttle,…Continue Reading
By popular demand, we’ve made Jane Yolen’s new poetry collection Sister Fox’s Field Guide to the Writing Life available in paperback. If you missed your chance to buy the limited edition, or want an affordable…Continue Reading
A Guest Post by Susan Price I have read and loved folklore since a child, and was well aware that the severed head has a special significance in Celtic-Nordic folklore. Two examples are the severed…Continue Reading
As a suitable pairing with our review of The Wild Girl, this week we’re pleased to be giving away one signed copy of Bitter Greens, Kate Forsyth’s retelling of ‘Rapunzel’. Kim Wilkins called Bitter Greens…Continue Reading
The Wild Girl by Kate Forsyth (Allison & Busby 2013, £12.99) Reviewed by Katherine Langrish Kate Forsyth’s novel The Wild Girl is the story of Dortchen Wild, who would marry Wilhelm Grimm—literally the boy next door—after…Continue Reading
I’m delighted to be able to announce the release of the next title in our series of mythic arts books. Sister Fox’s Field Guide to the Writing Life is a new collection of poems by the…Continue Reading