From a review in Marvels & Tales: The Journal of Fairy-Tale Studies.
“This issue presents an exceptionally interesting collection of writing inspired by fairy tales. In a period saturated with popular retellings of fairy tales, from Walt Disney’s animation to Ellen Datlow’s anthologies, it is refreshing to read a self-consciously literary collection, reminding us that the popular may also be artful. The fairy tale’s remarkable vitality as a form and as an aesthetic is demonstrated not just in the range this collection presents, but also in the pleasure it evokes.”
–K. Elizabeth Spillman
University of Pennsylvania
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