“I love the space that Corvid Queen has created to celebrate the magic of feminism and the feminism of magic.”
Sarah Chevallier, author of Monstrous
Best of the Net Nominations
Editor’s Picks: Culinary magic
They thought that in witches there were only two kinds—angel or demon, one to worship or one to fear.
Princes don’t often do what witches want, unfortunately. Royal prerogative and all that.
Outside the snow sifted through the air like powdered sugar. Betty climbed from the baking table, crumbs showering the floor like a way home.
Editor’s Picks: Stories of the sea
Skeleton Woman bared the fisherman, slipped a finger into his warmth, retrieved the heart, clasped it to her core.
I’d like for you to cast an enchantment on me. To other women, I will appear as I am. Ordinary. Human. But to men, I will be hideous. A monster.
The mermaid with a battery for a body is always electrified, like the deep sea eel. They shudder at her hooked jaw, the jagged teeth that spark when she smiles.