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CFP: Damsels in Redress: Women in Contemporary Fairy-Tale Reimaginings, Queen’s University Belfast, 7-8 April 2017

This looks a great conference, with themes very much at the heart of OGOM research (I’m particularly interested in contemporary reworkings of fairy tale, and Sam’s modules explore this too): Call for papers for a conference at Queen’s University Belfast: … Continue reading

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Fairy tales and contemporary fiction

An interesting article, ‘Follow the breadcrumbs: why fairytales are magic for modern fiction‘, by Lincoln Michel (author of Upright Beasts). It discusses  from a writer’s perspective the opportunities that modern reworkings of fairy tales have as an alternative to straightforward … Continue reading

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