“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
Editor’s Picks: redeeming Medusa
They may say that forgiveness is a balm for the soul, but only revenge will allow me to rest.
The snakes aren't as bad as everyone says. You didn’t expect this: / I can tell from your expression.
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.
Editor’s Picks: revisiting Little red
She knew not to step into fairy circles, but the flowers he showed her grew in uneven whorls and patches, and so she thought she was safe.
You want to say, they aren’t nightmares. You say, “I haven’t been alone in years.”
See, she’s not scared of getting lost walking down some unknown side street—no, not when she’s walking straight toward the real monster on her own.