#125 CONTENTS INCLUDE
The Persons of the Tale, a fable by R.L.Stephenson
FatE: 30 years of stories by Genevieve Tudor
Beyond the Border: 30 years of stories
Have a Look at Your Bookshelf
Pete Meets: Sheila K Adams (reprint from 2006)
Chapters from Storytelling History: from The Science of Fairytales, Hartland 1891
The Buy a Broom Girls from Hones Everyday Book 1825
Centrefold Story: A Highlander Takes Advice from an English Farmer
The Great Silkie of Sule Skerry
Pete Meets 2: Chloe reprinted from 2010
In the Wake of a Disappearing World (story collecting in Hungary) by Maja Bumberak
Queens of the Wild by Richard Hutton
Scotland’s Forgotten Past by Alistair Moffat
Fairy Tale (a novel) by Stephen King
Irish Gothic Fairy Tales by Steve Lally and Paula Flynn Lally
Telling the Bees by Mark Norman
The Quiet Moon by Kevin Parr
Hagitude by Sharon Blackie
The Mighty Goddess by Sally Pomme Clayton
The Guisers Are Coming: a zoom performance by Pete Castle
Tristan and Iseult (a live telling) by Katy Cawkwell
F&F aims to cover every aspect of the art of storytelling from straight forward traditional storytelling for entertainment (with both adults and children, at home and abroad) through the uses of stories in education and health; storytelling in personal development and in the world’s various religions, to related art forms like folk ballads, theatre and (occasionally) written stories. Not all aspects will be covered in every edition of course, but they will over a period of time.
Each issue of the magazine is different. Some will have a theme, some will cover a miscellany of topics.
Every edition includes a news and what’s on section; letters; reviews of performances, recordings and books; a look at the media; a selection of stories; and, of course a wide range of articles by many leading storytellers.
Although UK based F&F has subscribers in many parts of the world and often carries articles about telling in distant places.