The Winners of the 2017 Fairy Tale Review Awards
Our heartiest congratulations to Eric Schlich, winner of the prose contest, and Mary Haidri, winner of our poetry contest!
A poplar tree shakes its wet hair
in front of a mental hospital in Ch’ŏngyangni
Maybe the night wind is blowing—
It’s unsettling to meet people who don’t eat apples.
He made his choice. He still speaks, still lives.
He rarely spoke, and never revealed his identity or the reason for his endless trek.
Because she cannot speak, the prince views her as a favorite pet
There are wolf objects scattered throughout my house: a canis lupus Beanie Baby named Howl, a carved wooden ornament, a snowglobe with a wolf pup suspended in sparkle-studded liquid. A National Wolf Awareness poster, featuring statistics on subspecies of North American wolves, is on my bedroom wall; it’s taped underneath a photograph of a tawny […]
It’s a clear case of alternative facts over objective reality
Each winner will receive $1,000 and publication in The Charcoal Issue of Fairy Tale Review