Fairy Tales and Folklore Re-imagined

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You’ve heard about the prince who battles the mighty dragon to rescue a princess locked in the tower. The little girl with the red hooded cloak or black dogs who prowl the forest and moors. Just beyond the hedge is another world full of magic, mystery, and wonder. The talented authors found within these pages challenge the traditional norms and accepted stereotypes through poetry and prose that will stay with you beyond “the end.”. Step through the door and leave this world behind.

You can find my short story King For A Minute included in this awesome anthology of stories! Click here to buy on Amazon.

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