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Other Girls to Burn is a collection of essays that explores the relationship between women and violence within such contexts as the 2014 Isla Vista shooting, early Christian virgin martyrs (discussed in relation with modern true crime stories), mixed martial arts, and rape culture. Formally inventive and lyric leaning, these essays shift between cultural criticism and personal essay and cohere around a central motif of female mystics. With them, Caroline Crew asks, What does it mean for women to be complicit in the violence of the patriarchy? How do women navigate risk as well as revel in thrill? What does it mean to both fear and perpetuate violence? The essays explore disparate cultural touch points, such as contemporary feminism, race, hagiography, the Salem witch trials, dementia, fairy tales, Eurydice, indie music, gender performance, Anne Boleyn, Mary Wollstonecraft, Mary Shelley, family dysfunction, and vaginismus, to name a few. Together, this collection is in conversation with contemporary nonfiction writers such as Maggie Nelson, Sarah Manguso, and Anne Boyer.




Burn The Fairy Tales



"The Red Shoes" (Danish: De røde sko) is a literary fairy tale by Danish poet and author Hans Christian Andersen first published by C.A. Reitzel in Copenhagen 7 April 1845 in New Fairy Tales. First Volume. Third Collection (Nye Eventyr. Første Bind. Tredie Samling). Other tales in the volume include "The Elf Mound" (Elverhøi), "The Jumpers" (Springfyrene), "The Shepherdess and the Chimney Sweep" (Hyrdinden og Skorstensfejeren), and "Holger Danske" (Holger Danske).[1]


During the Medieval and Colonial Eras in both Europe and America, witch hunting became all the rage with innocent by standards becoming victims. For the most part Muggles fear witchcraft the most simply because it meant that those who practiced it were more powerful than they were. There was also a high fear that those who practiced witchcraft would inflict harm or cause damage onto those were Muggles. To prevent people from practicing witchcraft, Muggles when on to perform large scale witch hunts and burning anyone they felt were suspicious. It is for these reasons Muggles would have a sort of paranoia and phobia towards anyone who can perform the art of magic, whether they mean to enforce harm or not. Witchcraft is seen as being dark and evil with no in-between.


What can we learn from fairy tales as fiction writers? Whether it be strange characters, random plots or startling twists, fairy tales burn interesting and memorable paths into our psyches. How do we weave these curious societal impressions into our current stories of today and make them work? Join renowned author and illustrator Ursula Vernon (T. Kingfisher) as she discusses ways to spin some of the more absurd elements of fairy tales into workable modern narratives. Bring your most bridegrooms and tortoise brides for this three-hour workshop designed to get your creative juices flowing!


With short chapters and a fast-paced plot, this book is an exciting read for fans of fairy tale retellings. The open ending paves the way for future installments that readers will be yearning for. I highly recommend this title as well as Stray for YA collections.


Of course, we all know those famous Grimms' fairy tales like Cinderella and Rapunzel, but mostly we've read or seen the Disney versions. The real Grimm tales are much darker and more frightening - some so frightening that we rarely hear or see them.


BYMT's Summer Skills course in Belfast gives you the chance to discover and create a whole new world of scary tales, ones that could be set in Belfast city centre on any Saturday night or in the lonely mists of the Sperrin mountains or on a deserted island in Strangford Lough....


At the end of the story the evil queen is punished; what the Disney version failed to mention was the method of punishment. A pair of glowing-hot iron shoes are brought forth with tongs and placed before the Queen. She is forced to step into the burning shoes and dance until she drops dead! Why can no one take an innocent poisoned apple joke anymore?


Thru all of our struggles, our heartbreak, confusion, greif and loss we must carry on. Find hope in the seeds scattered on the wind. In the river that rushes on. The webs that continue to weave and in the fires that still burn. It is an honor to be a part of this process. We are honored to share it with you.


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