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Gramarye Journal

The e-book version of Gramarye issue 14 is now available to order from our online store. This issue’s contents include:

  • Guest Editor’s Introduction, Steven O’Brien
  • ‘Stepping into Story: Narrative Grammar in Robert Holdstock’s Mythago Cycle’, Paul Williams
  • ‘From Ogre to Woodlouse: A Journey through Names’, Jeremy Harte
  • ‘Fluid Boundaries: Animals and People in Native American Myths’, Rosalind Kerven
  • Four extracts from The Gloaming, Kirsty Logan
  • ‘Zezolla Remastered: Record Store Day Special Release’, Rebecca Do Rosario
  • ‘Murmurings of Furs: Curating the Exhibition “Tomoko Konoike: Fur Story”’, Mayako Murai
  • A review of Shaun Cooper’s British Witch Legends of Sussex, Jacqueline Simpson
  • A review of Adam Scovell’s Folk Horror: Hours Dreadful And Things Strange, Emily Jessica Turner
  • A review of Jack Zipes’ Tales of Wonder: Retelling Fairy Tales through Picture Postcards, Catherine Parsons
  • A review of Rebecca-Anne C. Do Rozario’s Fashion in the Fairy Tale Tradition: What Cinderella Wore, B.C. Kennedy
  • A review of Rosalind Kerven’s Native American Myths: Collected 1636-1919, B.C. Kennedy
  • A review of Jack Zipes’ The Sorceror’s Apprentice: An Anthology of Magical Tales, Donald Haase

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 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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