The Red Issue

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The Red Issue

Please note that this is the PRINT edition.

Please 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 Red Issue, 2010

Table of Contents

Notes on The Red Issue
Alissa Nutting, Managing Editor

The Story of Grandmother
Translated by Maria Tatar

Before the Red
Greg Bills

A Beautiful Girl, A Well Loved One
Sarah Blackman

Say Goodnight Carrie
Nick Bredie & Nora Lange

Little Red Cap
Jennifer Calkins

One Day
Lindsay Coleman

An Excerpt from Soliloquies and/or otherwise on the coming of the thing on the hill that no one knows
Nik De Dominic

Molly Dowd

The Practice of Obscurity
Rikki Ducornet

Requiem for a Broken Doll
Eve Gil
Translated by Toshiya Kamei

What Gets Caught in the Sand
Ryan Habermeyer

This Is a Love Story, Too
Tina May Hall

The Pink Scarf
Christopher Hellwig

The Last Doll Never Opens
Noy Holland

Three Poems
W. Todd Kaneko

Back to Blandon
Michael J. Lee

Laura Mullen

Allegory with a Wolf in the Shadows
Christopher Nelson

Near-Dead Pearl
Danielle Pafunda

Of words and warnings: red
Marthe Reed

The Tale of Wooly Rocky (or How He Ruined Everything)
Rebecca Sharbaugh

Two Poems
Lee Upton

Little Red Light
Emily Vieyra

The Girl, The Wolf, and The Elderly Woman
Kellie Wells

Little Red Riding Hood
Matthew Zapruder 

More Information
Additional Information 6x9, 186 pages, published March 2010
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