This is a list of 10 amazing classics and fairy tale queer retellings that give voice to diversity in well-known stories, including Dark and Deepest Red by Anna-Marie McLemore.
Explore the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice in these three YA retellings!
Check out these under-the-radar fairytale and folktale retellings, including little known works like This Strange Way of Dying: Stories of Magic, Desire and the Fantastic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia.
These LGBT mythology books spin old, familiar tales of myth, folklore, and religion into fresh takes that offer queer representation.
Are you a fan of the Percy Jackson books? These 10 middle grade mythology books will enchant you with their legends, leaving you wanting much more.
Find remixes of Shakespeare's canonical love stories, with these romantic Shakespeare retellings by contemporary authors.
Celebrate the Bard with this Shakespeare Retelling Quiz, and we'll give you a book to read based on a classic Shakespeare play!
Looking for some Shakespearean tales with a focus on queer women? Check out these excellent Sapphic Shakespeare retellings.
These seven books of folkloric fiction take their inspiration from mythology and folktales from all over the world.
Want more books like CIRCE? We've got young adult and adult titles to satisfy your desire to read more books inspired by classics.
Take flight with these contemporary novels inspired by Peter Pan and enjoy new takes on Pan, Captain Hook, Neverland, and more.
Celebrate William Shakespeare's birthday on April 23 with these three YA Shakespeare retellings of some of his most famous plays!
These Nutcracker retellings reimagine ETA Hoffman's classic ballet into stories perfect for all ages from toddlers through teens and adults!
Renee Ahdieh, Marissa Meyer, and six other YA fantasy authors discuss the stories they want to see more fairytale retellings about.