Season 4: Which Retelling Next?

Before we get into the nitty gritty of polling, we just wanted to announce the winning fairy tale to be retold in the last poll: Donkeyskin! Yep, with your help, we now know what to talk about for our third season.

That being said, we are also sending out some invites! Want to chat with us about Donkeyskin retellings? Let us know! This fairy tale is a personal favorite of mine, but that’s probably because deep down I have a sick and twisty soul with a penchant around sick and twisty tales. In any case, there’s going to be lots of fun discussing the issues to be had in this fairy tale. There’s still a couple weeks left before Season 2 comes to a close, so do let us know if you’re willing to make a guest appearance on our fableulous podcast!

Alright, now that we’ve finally locked down our Season 3, we are once again asking YOU to decide for us what direction Season 4 will go in! We’ve added two of the old ones that didn’t quite make the cut from the last poll, but a third made its way in as well. Vote for which fairy tale you would like to hear about next, and I promise to, uh, regale you with song and dance? Actually, I don’t think you’d want to listen to me sing, that might break your ears. Suffice to say you’ll get my deep and utmost thanks and a bit of kudos. And love. Lots of love?

4 thoughts on “Season 4: Which Retelling Next?”

  1. Donkeyskin is twisted but fascinating. As far as retellings go, I love Robin McKinley’s Deerskin. Kate Forsyth’s The Wild Girl is also a really interesting take on the story. It’s not called a retelling but it deals with the Brother’s Grimm putting together their collection. The title character’s story mimics that of the princess in Donkeyskin in many ways. Unnatural Issue by Mercedes Lackey is also decent.

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  2. Reblogged this on Story and Somnomancy and commented:

    We’re looking for your input! Again, it’s about time that we’re finishing up a season and gearing for the next, so while Meg and I are putting together our Donkeyskin retellings, we’d love it if you go and vote for our next podcast retelling. Please and thank you and I will hopefully be back next post with a review or two!


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