Tag Archives: Adaptations

Beauty and the Beast: more thoughts

Further to Sam’s post below, I’m writing a paper on YA adaptations of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ for the Damsels in Redress: Women in Contemporary Fairy-Tale Reimaginings at Queen’s University, Belfast (7-8 April), so the tale is very much on … Continue reading

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Cultural Afterlives of Frankenstein

Great post by Megen de Bruin-Molé–Cultural Afterlives of Frankenstein–on why works last and the enduring nature of the Frankenstein myth, traced from Mary Shelley’s novel through its myriad descendants and adaptations.

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’10 Books That Will Change How You Think About Fairy Tales’

’10 Books That Will Change How You Think About Fairy Tales’ is a lovely article that lists both academic books, anthologies and new fiction inspired by fairy tales. Hopefully you will find something to inspire you and give you ideas … Continue reading

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CFP: The Dark Arts Journal

Just a quick reminder that ‘The Dark Arts Journal’ is looking for submissions of 4,000-5,000 words on the theme ‘The Gothic and all its forms’. The deadline is 28th February 2016. And more information can be found on its website.

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