New Fairy Tales unites critical research and creative retelling of the fairy tale tradition from the Early Modern period to the present day. Academic essays intersect with new fiction and poetry, to create a unique, polyvalent discourse. The essays discuss influential works from authors including Hans Christian Andersen, George MacDonald, Oscar Wilde, J. R .R Tolkien, J. K. Rowling, Neil Gaiman, and Tifli. Original literary fairy tales by Katherine Langrish, Elizabeth Reeder, and others, appear alongside, discovering and re-creating the art form while it is being discussed. The result is an audacious and innovative dialogue about fairy tales and storytelling.
Edited by Defne Çizakça and John Patrick Pazdziora.
Published by Unlocking Press.
Tip Tap Flat is an anthology of new creative writing and graphic art inspired by the City of Glasgow from staff and students; undergraduates and post-grads, administrators and technicians, professors, PhDs, researchers and others studying and working at Glasgow School of Art and the University of Glasgow. The city you see depends on who you are, Tip Tap Flat gives you the power to view Glasgow through different eyes.
Edited by Henry Bell, Defne Çizakça, Geneva Sills, and Louise Welsh.
Published by Freight Books.
Founded in 1807, The Hunterian is Scotland’s oldest public museum and boasts a unique collection comprising The Hunterian, Mackintosh House, the Zoology and Anatomy Museums, as well as the Art Gallery. Miscellaneous: Writing Inspired by The Hunterian brings together work from a wide range of writers who looked at these collections for inspiration. How does a Mauri doorframe from Hokianga end up in Glasgow? Can the life of a spy be re-assembled through miscellaneous drawers? Which seaward household once used a whale bone as cutting board? Miscellaneous investigates such playful yet forgotten questions through poetry, short stories, micro fiction and essays. Find the answers within, and let the artifacts ignite your imagination.
Edited By Nikki Cameron, Defne Çizakça and Shehrazade Garcia Rangel.
Published by The Hunterian.
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