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Hoi An's magic lanterns

“Hoi An is like a fairytale. Lantern-lit boats on the river remind me of the Twelve Dancing Princesses. (Except, of course, for all the tourists, including myself. 542 more words


Faerie Tale Theatre Presents!

Mari and Meg watch another episode of Faerie Tale Theatre! Meg tries to convince Mari that it’s star-studded, but maybe she just likes weird movies from the 80s and early 90s? 73 more words


Speak Easy by Catherynne M. Valente

This week Mari and Meg read Speak Easy, a novella placing 12 Dancing Princesses in 1920s NYC with some main characters that you might actually recognize…. 92 more words


Barbie in the Twelve Dancing Princesses

Somehow, Marilag and Meghan found a way to talk about the 2006 Barbie movie. It might be mostly chatter of how awful the animation is, or perhaps about how we cannot tell the difference in 11/12 of these princesses. 85 more words


Wildwood Dancing by Juliet Marillier

Mari and Meg return with their first “12 Dancing Princesses” adaptation, an Australian YA novel Wildwood Dancing. This book adapts and expands on the fairy tale, adding in actual fairies and vampires and a truly evil antagonist. 92 more words


12 Dancing Princesses

Mari and Meg are back for a new season in the new year! The listeners chose 12 Dancing Princesses for this season, so we did our first Brothers Grimm episode. 120 more words


The Wonderful World of Fairy Tales

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, musing today about fairy tales. It was a news item about the first performance of Peter Pan, way back in 1904, that started me pondering this topic, even though I don’t ordinarily think of Barrie’s stage play (in any of its incarnations) as being in the same genre as stories by Hans Christian Andersen or the Brothers Grimm. 733 more words

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