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Gramarye Journal

Gramarye issue 13 is now available to order as a pdf or Kindle .mobi file from our online store. This issue’s contents include:

  • ‘Fairy Tale Architextuality and the Prince’s Pleasures’, Lucy Fraser
  • ‘Flying Carpets in the Arabian Nights: Disney, Dyâb … and d’Aulnoy?’, Ruth B. Bottigheimer
  • ‘prick song’, Zoe Gilbert
  • ‘Tolkien’s style’, Colin Manlove
  • ‘My favourite book when I was young’, Cristina Bacchilega
  • A review of Bryan Senn’s The Werewolf Filmography: 300+ Movies, Willem de Blécourt
  • A review of Simon Young and Ceri Houlbrook’s Magical Folk: British and Irish Fairies, 500 A.D. to the Present, Katherine Langrish
  • A review of Lucy Fraser’s Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of “The Little Mermaid”, Victoria Leslie
  • A review of Zoe Gilbert’s Folk, Victoria Leslie
  • A review of Brian Wagner’s The Tar Baby: A Global History, B.C. Kennedy
  • A review of John Matthews’ The Mystery of Spring-Heeled Jack, Anthony James O’Shea
  • A review of Andrew Simms’ Knock Twice, Joanna Gilar

NB: The printed edition of Gramarye is only be available to pre-ordering customers and subscribers. To guarantee your printed copy of future issues, please subscribe here. Kindle and pdf e-book versions will be available later.

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Submissions should be sent for consideration as Word .doc or .rtf attachment to info@sussexfolktalecentre.org.

Submissions should be accompanied by a separate file with the title, a 100-word abstract and a brief (100 words) biographical note. Relevant colour image files, along with copyright permission, may also be supplied at this stage. Only original articles that are not simultaneously under consideration by another journal will be considered. Unrevised student essays or theses cannot be considered. Send queries to info@sussexfolktalecentre.org.

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