Short stories published in The Starlit Wood.
Listing 2 stories.
In this fairy-tale, when two women who are cursed by the men meant to love them meet, they realize that to stay cursed is not to love, and that they have the ability to escape if they do it together.
An elderly Egyptian servant tells the allegorical story of the white-footed gazelle, a series of vignettes tethered together by shared characters and themes. When finished, the servant suggests that beasts are not confined to fairy tales and also exist, in the form of common people, in everyday life.