folktales: paradise apocalypse

Folktales from past and future, as written by Tom Smith and Myra Eddy, plus others. Poetry, art, and stories.

An excerpt from the intro:
We envision. We remember. We recreate our futures in a way that make sense. Who cares about the bipolar stock market, or the promises that no president has ever kept? We have each other, enveloped in beauty. What more could we want? These pleasures are simple, yet seemingly unattainable for those locked in the Black Iron Prison, whose enchanted eyes see only the Cave of Treasures. It is unknown if folktales will even penetrate their (lack of) consciousness, but there are people uncomfortable in their fathers’ suits who are fervently looking for Something Else. It is for those about to be found that folktales are written.

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