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He Knew

By Nora Boydston / May 27, 2012 / 1 Comment

by Nora Boydston (Inspired by a strange little fragment from Grimm, Nora Boydston’s “He Knew” plumbs the deep forest of European fairy tales to reveal an unsettling parable of love, loss, and what the modern reader may identify as abuse. Regarding his striking image of the rose-bearing changeling, Fabulist house artist Adam Myers notes: “I’ve […]

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The Girl and the Stone (dream/life 1)

By Peg Alford Pursell / January 19, 2011 / 0 Comments

By Peg Alford Pursell (In this first installment of a triptych of very short tales, Peg Alford Pursell explores how memory and dreams transform everyday reality. Her work is muted but luminous, full of open-eyed marvel and a quick sort of terror that lingers like candlesmoke.  -Editor.) The stone was green. It may have been […]

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