Fairy-Tale Files, published once weekly, feature three variations of a fairy tale chosen by one of Fairy Tale Review’s Assistant Editors.
Move aside, Al Gore—a Times article reports on the theory that many of Borges’ conceptual short stories presaged the internet, including the Library of Babel (think universities digitizing their library collections).
One of the many attempts to recreate the hexagonal structure of Borges’ “indefinite, perhaps infinite” library.
In what they term a series of architectural fairy tales, our own Kate and Andrew Bernheimer curate re-imaginings of fairy tale spaces, including the Library of Babel.
This edition of Fairy-Tale Files is brought to you by Fairy Tale Review Assistant Editor Tommy Mira y Lopez.