The Grumpface by B.C.R. Fegan: a modern fairy tale on the importance of adventures and humour in our lives

B.C.R. Fegan, The Grumpface. Illustrated by D. Frongia Published 2017 by TaleBlade Press, 34p The Grumpface is a story that dares to change the classic definition of a fairy tale by bringing the characters and their adventures in modern times. As a parent I decided to expose my daughter to all kinds of stories, including… Continue reading The Grumpface by B.C.R. Fegan: a modern fairy tale on the importance of adventures and humour in our lives

Shaun Tan’s unusual sculptural reproductions of the Brothers Grimm’s fairy tales

Shaun Tan, The Singing Bones. Foreword by Philip Pullman Published by Allen&Unwin, 2015, 192p Fairy tales are eternal. A consistent proof is the translation of the Grimm’s tales into one hundred and sixty languages and dialects, as Jack Zipes says in his introduction for The Singing Bones. Featuring folkloric fantasy, fairy tales bring marvels into… Continue reading Shaun Tan’s unusual sculptural reproductions of the Brothers Grimm’s fairy tales