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Folk Tales of the Ever After
Folk Tales of the Ever After

Folk Tales of the Ever After

Stories about Death, Dying and Beyond

SOCIAL SCIENCE

192 Pages, 5.08 x 7.8

Formats: Trade Paper, EPUB

Trade Paper, $21.99 (US $21.99) (CA $29.99)

Publication Date: October 2023

ISBN 9780750998901

Rights: US & CA

The History Press (Oct 2023)

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Overview

A collection of folk tales, myths and legends from many cultures about death, dying and what might come after

There comes a time when everyone contemplates their mortality. Folk tales and myths give us comfort and sustain us with their wisdom in these difficult times. Ranging from humor to grief, these stories from many cultures can help us consider what might be to come in the ‘ever after’. As well as offering insight, hope and solidarity, this collection of tales is an entertaining, enjoyable and absorbing read from experienced professional storytellers.

Author Biography

Fiona Collins is a storyteller telling traditional tales from around the world to adults and children. She have been a storyteller since 1989 and is known for her attention to detail, love of language, and ability to make a connection with her audience. Her most recent book for The History Press was Folk Tales for Bold Girls. She lives in North Wales.

June Peters is a well-respected storyteller who has worked for 35 years with traditional narratives from around the world, making ancient stories relevant to modern contexts. She has performed across the UK, in Jordan and in South America. She has 15 years experience as a primary class teacher and 45 years of experience as a performer. She is the co-author of THP's Cuchullain and the Crow Queen and she lives in London.