Mandala_dragonflyExplore the World of Fairy tale and Myth

The Storied Imaginarium explores the realms of fairy tales, folklore, and myth through fairy tale salons, interactive platforms, and creative writing courses for the wicked, the damned, the curious, the wild and the strange.


Publication News: “The Swan Maiden’s Children” by Bethany DuVall

Q. How did you come to writing and who are some of your influences? Writing was normal in my house while I was growing up. My mother is a writer, so writing was just one of the many options for how to spend our time. When I got more formal with learning writing as a […]

Last Chance to Register for Spring Workshops

The next open workshop at The Storied Imaginarium starts the first week of March and runs through the first week of May. Best of all, it’s not too late to register! If you’ve been looking for some inspiration to help you jumpstart your creativity, this is your chance! There are two workshops running this spring: […]

Publication News: “Winter’s Flower” by KT Wagner

Until about a decade ago, I wrote non-fiction. Then, in an effort to improve my narrative non-fiction skills, I enrolled in several fiction workshops. The hook sunk deep, and the next year I wrote and revised a novel. Diving into the deep end, so to speak, was a great learning experience, even though that novel […]

2020 Bram Stoker Preliminary Ballot

It’s always a wonderful thing to see writers publish their stories, and this is especially true for writers I’ve worked with personally at The Storied Imaginarium. This morning I woke up to discover the 2020 Bram Stoker Preliminary Ballot announced, and the category for Superior Achievement held some special surprises. Several years ago, I wrote […]


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