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Retold: Six Fairytales Reimagined
     

Retold: Six Fairytales Reimagined

by Renee Williams
 

“When the Sultan has arrived and is at ease, ask that I tell you a story. Do you like stories?”

From Beauty and the Beast to Scheherazade, and Baba Yaga to the North Wind, fairy tales have inspired readers for generations. In Retold, six fables from across the globe are re-imagined--with a subversive twist. This anthology collects six short

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“When the Sultan has arrived and is at ease, ask that I tell you a story. Do you like stories?”

From Beauty and the Beast to Scheherazade, and Baba Yaga to the North Wind, fairy tales have inspired readers for generations. In Retold, six fables from across the globe are re-imagined--with a subversive twist. This anthology collects six short stories from diverse, feminist, and original perspectives.

- Hunting Monsters by S.L. Huang
- In Her Head, In Her Eyes by Yukimi Ogawa
- Mrs. Yaga by Michal Wojcik
- The Mussel Eater by Octavia Cade
- The Astronomer Who Met the North Wind by Kate Hall
- The Ninety-Ninth Bride by Catherine F. King

These aren't your storybook fairy tales.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940046476262
Publisher:
Book Smugglers Publishing
Publication date:
12/20/2014
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
7 MB

Meet the Author

Like many foolhardy ideas, The Book Smugglers was born of a time of great adversity. Faced with threats from their significant others concerning the overwhelming volume of books purchased on a daily basis, Ana Grilo and Thea James resorted to "smuggling" books home in huge handbags to avoid scrutiny. In 2008, the devious duo founded The Book Smugglers - a review blog dedicated to speculative and genre fiction for all ages, and an outlet for Ana and Thea's bottomless obsession with books and assorted SFF popgeekery. In 2014, they launched Book Smugglers Publishing, an electronic publisher of SFF short stories for all ages with a focus on diverse voices and perspectives. Book Smugglers Publishing will release 6 short stories in 2014.

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