Tag: literary criticism

CFP: Confronting the Real in Fairy Tales (Humanities–Special Issue)

A special issue of Humanities (ISSN 2076-0787). Deadline for manuscript submissions: June 1, 2021. Share This Special Issue     Special Issue Editor Prof. Susan Redington Bobby Website1 Website2Guest Editor Department of Literature and Languages, Wesley College, Dover, DE, 19901, USAInterests: fairy tale studies; adolescent literature; magical realism; goddess archetypes Special Issue Information Dear Colleagues, Writer and filmmaker Guillermo del Toro writes: “Es imposible encontrar lo hermoso sin explorar antes … Read More CFP: Confronting the Real in Fairy Tales (Humanities–Special Issue)

All the Pieces Matter

At 7:18 am, I wake up, bleary-eyed, remnants of a cold lingering in my sinuses, listening to the rain and noticing how grey it is through the space between my worn fabric shades and the window frame. I haven’t seen this time in, well, a long time. I’m up so uncharacteristically early that the cats come in only after I sit up in bed … Read More All the Pieces Matter