Our imaginations are easily caught up in new interpretations of these familiar stories, and it’s likely we’ll never stop reusing those tropes while we still retain them in our cultural memories. Join us in an interview with author Arielle K. Harris.
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
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
In as much as the writer of fairy-tales is a writer for children, and my wording of the previous clause is pointed, such a writer stands to learn a great deal from Kiyohiko Azuma. An…Continue Reading
We’re pleased to announce the launch of our new line of poetry and fiction volumes. This is mythic arts with a twist; we’re publishing titles that question, redefine, and reinvent mythic and folkloric art forms.…Continue Reading
If you love books—and I suspect most of you are here because you love books—then you’ll likely be amused by Maria Nikolajeva’s deconstruction of stereotypes surrounding books and their readers. Prof. Nikolajeva, as you may…Continue Reading