|Will Snow White Ever Learn?|
It's June according to the calendar, but in the land of Enchanted Conversation, it's cold and treacherous and filled with revenge. It's the "Snow White Poetry Issue," and it's very clear that our poets have read, and were inspired by, the ancient, dark versions of "Snow White."
We let our chosen works speak for themselves, but we have some treats coming up in the next few weeks, including a paper by scholar John P. Pazdziora.
But for now ...
Diary of a Mad Dwarf, By Katrina Robinson
Forging the Iron Clogs, By Sarah Stasik
Snow White in Russia, By Ace G. Pilkington
Reflections: The Mirror Speaks, By Julia H. West
Snow, Blood, Ebony, By Rachel Ayers
Beauty on the Lam, By Candace L. Barr
Remember Winter, By Deborah Walker
Three Glass Shards, By Lorraine Schein
Night of Snow, By Mary Meriam
Pale Quarry, By Frances McQuillan
The Magic Mirror's Reflection, By Adina Rosenthal (at Diamondsandtoads.com)