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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.

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Workshop Registration: The Season of the Hare

Registration for Intersections: Science Fiction, Fairy Tales and Myth is now OPEN. The course will begin mid-February and run through the first week of May. Currently, the proposed schedule is Section I: Mondays from 9-11:30 am (Pacific Time); Section II: Tuesday from 4:30-7 pm (Pacific Time); and Section III: Wednesdays from 9-11:30 am (Pacific Time). Schedule subject […]

Publication News: “Wax Agatha” by KT Wagner

I know we are supposed to love all of our children the same, but among the short stories I’ve written and rewritten and polished, I have definite favourites. As a result, my emotional investment when submitting these stories means that holds raise hopes high and rejections sting more. I want my favourite children to find a good home. The […]

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 […]

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