In honour of the season, here for your reading enjoyment is an eerie Scots ballad by George MacDonald.
A conversation with Daniel Gabelman Editor’s Note: Every now and then you discover a truly unique thinker, with the audacity and clarity to overturn the status quo—someone whose writings have a way of bending and…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
Lovers of folk and fairy tale will glad to learn about the launch of a literary fairy tale website. Subverting Laughter is an interstitial, interdisciplinary research initiative presenting that wonderful Victorian pantomime, The Light Princess…Continue Reading
STAVE III Being the third in a series of guest posts by Daniel Gabelman Between the idea And the reality Between the motion And the act Falls the Shadow Christmas Eve. Yesterday was the final…Continue Reading