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Author Blog: Sarah Jayne Tanner

I love folklore. Every country and culture has a rich heritage of folklore and storytelling. Some are more famous than others and some – many – aren’t given the attention they deserve. There is no tradition of folklore more valid of fascinating than any other, but we all have our personal favourites. One of the […]

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Author Blog: J L George

I grew up in Cwmbran, and somehow managed not to notice what a weird place it was until I left. A New Town designated in 1949, Cwmbran has a startling artificiality, a visible constructedness. It’s not just the rows of near-identical houses, but the way each area has its designated block of local shops and […]

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Author blog: Emma Jayne Evans

A lot of the inspiration behind my love of writing comes from growing up in Wales. This place is steeped in so much folklore, myth and legend, that you couldn’t escape even if you tried. My life has always been filled with stories. Welsh tales of brave fairies who would face off against evil witches, […]

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From the Editor’s Desk: Issue 1

Here we are, folks. Issue one is in print, on shelves, and out in the wider world. If you have already bought a copy or supported us in some other way: Thank you. I mean it. You took a chance on a new, unestablished publication and that takes a special kind of faith which I […]