So the goats are essentially conceived as sacrificial animals.
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Pins & Needles No. 53: Christopher Citro
Often what may appear bizarre is to me simply the result of describing something as straightforwardly as possible.
Pins & Needles No. 52: Joel Hans
Magic mirrors have nothing on smartphones, after all.
Pins & Needles No. 51: Jon Riccio
We’re always open to poems that excel in the chemistry of meaning and language, those that push past straight-up retellings
Pins & Needles No. 50: Caleb Washburn
The movement always reminded me more of ballet; a gorgeous balance between synchronicity and chaos.
Pins & Needles No. 49: Kellie Wells
I exit the bed each morning with the fond, if futile, hope that perhaps today…
Pins & Needles No. 48: Mary Lavallee
No. 48: Mary Lavallee Q. The characters in "Victor Vale" are rather well-traveled—Prague, Paris, a beach, a forest. Are there any fairy-tale-esque...
Pins & Needles No. 47: Lenny DellaRocca
No. 47: Lenny DellaRocca Q. You’ve been writing since 1968; how would you describe your evolution through the decades? I was 14 in 1968, now I’m 61!...
Pins & Needles No. 46: Elizabeth Frankie Rollins
No. 46: Elizabeth Frankie Rollins Q. What made you decide to submit this particular section from “Seeking Rubilio” to Fairy Tale Review, and not...
Pins & Needles No. 45: Alicia Rebecca Myers
No. 45: Alicia Rebecca Myers Q. In your final line, “Dear Lord Dear Liege Dear Legs,” you use brilliant wordplay to liken legs to a ruler. Earlier...