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grimmdj-front-finalErin Underwood, who has produced celebrity interviews for Amazing Stories (among other things) received favorable notices from Locus magazine for her anthology The Grimm Future.

From Locus’ capsule review:

Editor Underwood does a very interesting thing: for each story, the antecedent Grimm story from the 1884 Margaret Hunt translation is identified and reprinted. The reader can compare side-by-side how each tale changes in the telling. Nix uses four stories in his mash-up world, but most authors stick with one. This is a wonderful concept that allows authors to use less well-known fairy tales and to go back to pre-Disney versions without losing the audience or the impact of the story

You can learn more about The Grimm Future here.

Erin Underwood

Erin Underwood

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