Another great Fairy-Tale Files, this week by Fairy Tale Review managing editor Joel Hans, finds coyotes in Tohono O'odhom folklore, cartoons, and Tucson.
The latest "Fairy-Tale Files" from Fairy Tale Review finds "Orpheus and Eurydice" adapted through the ages to different media
"How far are people willing to alter their appearance?"
"In 'A Toy Princess,' a fairy tale from the 1877 collection On a Pincushion by English writer Mary de Morgan, an emotional and expressive princess named Ursula grows up in a kingdom of such incredible politeness that its subjects have demonized almost any form of empathy or feeling."
"New medical technologies may not change boys into birds or the monster-laden into attractive spouses, but they can radically transform both the quality and life expectancy for people suffering from a variety of ailments."