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Alexis Henderson On Her New Novel, House Of Hunger
There’s a scene in House of Hunger that has stuck with me since reading. Well, the entirety of the book has remained firmly ingrained in the corner of my brain where unforgettable reads reside, but there’s a bit of Alexis Henderson’s …
Our First Book Box Featuring House Of Hunger By Alexis Henderson: Pre-Order Now!
The Seelie Crow is elated to share that we are releasing our very first book box featuring House of Hunger by Alexis Henderson! The tale follows Marion, a young woman living in squalor who makes the decision to become a blood maid, a …
Issue 3 Cover Reveal!
The time has come for Issue 3 of The Seelie Crow!  This fall edition is "The Veil" and features the work of Alanah Rafferty, Ryn Stafford, Signe Maene, Lune Carvalho, and Sarah Vermeulen! The issue is also brought to life by interviews …
One Stitch At A Time With Kia Sangria
Kia Sangria was born to make magic real. No paper and pen required; I mean this quite literally, because she admittedly can’t draw. Instead, she acts as a conduit for creativity, not letting that minor detail deter her from creating clothing, …
Live Your Fairy Best Life With Sabrina
There is healing magic in sound. Before humans had language, before we could put quill to paper, or image to screen, we made music. The earliest instrument is believed to be the drum, but the most powerful will always be the …
Water Magic With Clover Jené Mermaid
Clover JenĂ© Mermaid is many things. Vampire. Fairy. Mermaid. Entrepreneur. Leader. Friend.  But, in the humble opinion of this writer, her greatest achievement is seizing freedom by the tail to transform her own life into what she’s always believed it to …
Issue 2 Is Here!
The time has come for another issue of The Seelie Crow! Issue 2, "Somnium", is an exploration of the subconscious, dreams for the future, daydreams made real, and community. This issue features the talents of Audra Russell, Wi-Moto Nyoka, and Alanah Rafferty, …
Letter From The Editor
It is currently believed that most of the fairytales and folklore we utilize to educate our children, and to entertain one another, can be traced back thousands of years to long-since-departed voices. There’s something comforting to me when I imagine the …
Foundations of Fantasy
When conducting anthropological surveys of the Southern United States, Zora Neale Hurston (peerless writer of the Harlem Renaissance and my favorite fashion icon) recorded the story of a figure in African American folklore called John the Conqueroo, or High John de …
Lucius Illuminux Explores Boundaries In Sas Milledge’s Mamo
This is an excerpt of a review that appears in Issue 1 of The Seelie Crow. The memories and dreams don’t quite do it justice.  No matter how many times the scene replays in my head, I can’t quite capture the …