STAR DAUGHTER IS COMING OUT FROM HARPERTEEN IN AUGUST Sheetal got up and moved to the window. She stared at the great dark sky that arced over everything like an infinite ocean, taking in the uncountable coruscating stars, and wished...
llustration by K.A.K. Lecky   Enchanted Living: Can you tell us a bit about the story of Star Daughter? Shveta Thakrar: I sure can! Here’s my elevator pitch: As Sheetal nears her 17th birthday, her buried stellar heritage starts to come...
Karen is a magical beauty expert who spent years working as a model, a stylist and a brow expert in Beverly Hills before embarking on a more spiritual journey and eventually developing her enchanted hair care products, like these below,...
Rona Berg: Why did you decide to tackle unicorns next, after fairies and mermaids? Carolyn Turgeon: My editor and  I contemplated other creatures (who may or may not be the subject of future handbooks), but I was really excited...
We've told you before about glamorous perfumer Cat Marx of Deep Midnight Perfumes, which is now celebrating its ten-year anniversary of conjuring all manner of intoxicating scents with a brand-new website, a sale, and an irresistible goody bag: https://www.deepmidnightperfumes.com/ Here is...
O silent wood, I enter thee With a heart so full of misery For all the voices from the trees And the ferns that cling about my knees. In thy darkest shadow let me sit When the grey owls about thee flit; There will I...
The word Pre-Raphaelite almost always conjures up a certain kind of woman. She has a cascade of copper hair, a face filled with mournful longing, and a deep jewel-colored gown. She has found herself locked in a tower, married...
“Down with the pretty ladies of the old school! Down with the old masters! Away with the pretty ladies!” Ken Russell’s Dante’s Inferno (1967), a BBC biopic of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, features rebels building a bonfire of classical paintings, prancing...
Photo by Natalya Letunova on Unsplash Article from Issue #40 Subscribe | Single Issue Every few years they came searching and this was the year they found them. Three sisters living at the edge of the forest. The youngest sister was at the river when it...
Article from Issue #30 Subscribe | Single Issue At age twenty-nine, Nigerian-born, London-raised Helen Oyeyemi has written five novels: The Icarus Girl (2005), The Opposite House (2007), White is for Witching (2009), Mr. Fox (2011), and her most recent, Boy, Snow, Bird...