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A Million Little Mermaids

by Virginia Borges I am a member of The Little Mermaid generation of girls. When the Disney movie premiered in 1989, I was smitten; it was the first movie I ever saw in a theater. I loved Ariel, the spunky red–headed heroine, and Sebastian, her singing–crab sidekick. When I went home, I made myself a …

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The Story of the Werewolf

by Kit Whitfield The literary werewolf is something of an orphan. Unlike the other great monsters of the Western traditions, there is no seminal work to cast its grand shadow over the form: no Dracula, no Frankenstein, no book–that–started–it–all. Books have been written, some of them very good, but none has acquired the stature in …

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Journal of Mythic Arts — Farewell Issue 2008 Issue — Endicott Studio

Editors: Terri Windling and Midori SnyderAssistant editor: Jamie BluthBook Reviewers: Kathleen Howard and Elizabeth Genco Art on this page:Star Quilt by Jeanie TomanekEtching by Filippo Morghan, 1730–1808Small Wolf with Forest by Holly RobertsHomage to Shell Guides by Clive Hicks–JenkinsThe Swan Princess by Mikhail VrubelThe Goods and Chattels Man by Rima Staines Letter from the Editor’s …

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My Shadow

by Kate Bernheimer Once upon a time, I came into the world without breathing. As my mother tells the story, suddenly a window shade opened, all on its own; a golden light spread over the room, and I breathed. There was a huge sigh of relief, but then everything darkened. A shadow covered the room. …

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