The Complete First Edition: The Original Folk and Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, translated from the German and edited by Jack Zipes, and illustrated by Andrea Dezsö
Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm by Philip Pullman
Selected Tales of the Brothers Grimm translated from the German, selected, and with an afterword by Peter Wortsman
The Turnip Princess and Other Newly Discovered Fairy Tales by Franz Xaver von Schönwerth, compiled, edited, and with a foreword by Erika Eichenseer, and translated from the German with an introduction and commentary by Maria Tatar
Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps by Chet Van Duzer
Sea Monsters: A Voyage Around the World’s Most Beguiling Map by Joseph Nigg
Witches and Wicked Bodies an exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, July 27–November 3, 2013; and the British Museum, London, September 2014–January 2015
The Book of Miracles unfolds in chronological order divine wonders and horrors.
If animals are not only bons à manger but also bons à penser (good to eat, good to think with), according to the celebrated dictum of Claude Lévi-Strauss, then monsters, while perhaps less inviting to the palate, make even better food for thought.