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Fairytale Friday: Karen Heuler – Revising a fairy tale

Friday, May 23rd, 2014

REVISING A FAIRY TALE   In many beloved fairy tales, a girl or boy is discovered to be more than their appearances suggest. Cinderella, for instance, although a royal child in most versions, becomes a scullery maid because she is de-classed by her step-family. In Donkeyskin, a daughter escapes the lust of her father the […]

Fairytale Friday: Black Apples is here!

Friday, April 18th, 2014

We are thrilled to announce the release of Black Apples, 18 new fairytales. Now available in print from Amazon.com, and with Kindle- and e-book editions right around the corner. The collection features stories from eighteen international authors, each with their own take on the fairytale princess and the mythos surrounding her. In this book you’ll […]

Tuesday Candy: Master of Puppets – Ray Harryhausen

Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

Tuesday Candy is back! And today we want to share some absolutely beautiful fairytale short films, from none other than the stop-motion master himself: Ray Harryhausen  (June 29, 1920 – May 7, 2013) Rapunzel Hansel and Gretel Little Red Riding Hood The Story of King Midas

Tuesday Candy: Fear not! Dr. Lollipop is here to help!

Tuesday, September 24th, 2013

This week’s candy is of the unicorn variety. Our new favourite Doctor Lollipop is here to help. In his own words: “Hello, I am a medical expert in mythical maladies. I run a clinic in the magical Fancy Forest. I treat creatures both large and small, gentle or ferocious. But I don’t do pets. Seriously, […]

Tuesday Candy: And then what?

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013

In this brilliand bit of Disney parody we finally get to know what happened After Ever After!  

Tuesday Candy: Fly, my pretties! – or can you, really?

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

We all know about mythical creatures and wings..or do we? A short and entertaining talk  by Professor Roger Wotton (UCL Biology). Angels, Putti, Dragons and Fairies: A Biological Dissection

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