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NonBinary Review #1: Grimm's Fairy Tales


They are the stuff of dreams, of nightmares, of bedtime stories, of movies, of countless television shows. Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm wrote down the tales they had heard throughout their lives - tales informed by the deep, dark forests and harsh conditions of their native Germany. These tales are, by modern American standards, dark and disturbing. More than morality tales for children, they are horror stories where violence is commonplace, but happy endings are not. Over 50 modern authors take on the Brothers Grimm and explore the inner workings of our favorite stories. 

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Edited by Lise Quintana and Allie Marini

Format: Digital download: .pdf, Kindle, ePub, 108pp

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"Wild Girl" by Carina Bissett

"Märchen" by James Ducat

"The Woodcutter's Wife" by Ben Black

"Little Red Riding Hood at the St. Petersburg Zoological Museum" by Erin Elizabeth Smith

"Blancanieves" by Roy Guzmán

"Ilsibill in the Night, Alone" by Kelsie Hahn

"Telling Ghost Stories" by Chloe N. Clark