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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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Publication Celebration & Workshop News

It’s been a great year for stories, and THE STORIED IMAGINARIUM is especially excited to cheer on the successes of our writers. Congratulations, everyone! For those who’d like to join us for the next workshop, registration for The Season of the Crow is currently open. There are two seats left in Section II: Tuesday from […]

Publication News: “The Copper Lady” by Jaye Wells

Q. Tell us a little bit about your background, and your evolution as a writer. If you’ve taken more than one workshop at the The Storied Imaginarium, what is it that keeps bringing you back? I started writing fiction the year I turned 30. At the time I felt like I was running out of […]

Workshop Registration: The Season of the Crow

Registration for Intersections in Fairy Tales and Myth is now OPEN. The course will begin in September and run through the first week of December. Currently, the proposed schedule is Section I: Mondays from 9-11:30 am (Pacific Time) FULL; Section II: Tuesday from 4:30-7 pm (Pacific Time); and Section III: Wednesdays from 10-12:30 am (PST). Schedule subject […]

Publication News: “Worm Bagging” by Roni Stinger

My stories are often completed in many layers over time, and this one began in 2019. The initial seed and first draft for “Worm Bagging” came out of the Firebird and Bioluminescence module from Intersections: Science Fiction, Fairy Tales, and Myth. I’ve spent some time in caves and have been interested in Imawari Yeuta since […]

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