The Aquamarine Issue (Institution)

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The Aquamarine Issue

Note that this is the PRINT edition.

Note that this is the PRINT edition.

Fairy Tale Review is an annual literary journal dedicated to publishing new fairy-tale fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. The journal seeks to expand the conversation about fairy tales among practitioners, scholars, and general readers. Contents reflect a diverse spectrum of literary artists working with fairy tales in many languages and styles.

The Aquamarine Issue, 2009

Table of Contents

Editor's Note
Kate Bernheimer

Kim Addonizio

Gifts from the Sea
Naoko Awa
Translated by Toshiya Kamei

A Point that Flows
Dan Beachy-Quick

On Hair and Babies and the Goblin King
Hugh Behm-Steinberg

Urban Fairy Tale
Sarah C. Bell

Customers Who Have Bought Sleeping Beauty Have Also Bought This
Martine Bellen

Five Poems
Jessica Bozek

The Pulley
Kelly Braffet

A Brief Tour of String Quartet no. 3 by Karel Husa
John Colburn

Two Poems
Ann Fisher-Wirth

The Flood
Sandy Florian

God Bless a Girl Who Thinks Ahead
Angela Jane Fountas

Appendix to The Encyclopedia
Tara Goedjen

*of poems
Annie Guthrie

Carmen Lau

How to Make a List
Sam Martone

Salamandrine, My Kid
Joyelle McSweeney

O Empress, What Primal Spark?
Bonnie Jean Michalski

Annabel Lee
Edgar Allan Poe

Natania Rosenfeld

Letters, Crones Dont Worry Of
Sarah Sarai

The Red Goblin
Amy Schrader

Three Poems from Goodbye Flicker
Carmen Giménez Smith

Inebriate of Air
Maya Sonenberg

Excerpts from Pirate Talk or Mermelade
Terese Svoboda

The City
Craig Morgan Teicher

The Kingdom's Good
Steve Tomasula

Ubi sunt qui ante nos fuerunt?
Connie Voisine

Functions and Variables and Other Tales
G.C. Waldrep


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Additional Information 6x9, 212 pages, published March 2009
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