Kay Stone, retired professor of oral literature (folklore and storytelling) at the University of Winnipeg, has been telling and writing about stories and storytelling for two decades. As a dedicated dreamer, she brings her academic and artistic training into the dreamworld. Her previous book, "Burning Brightly: New Lights on Old Tales Told Today", explored contemporary professional storytelling.
Some Day Your Witch Will Come
Contains nearly thirty years of work by a noted writer and folklore scholar. This book includes writings from her scholarly articles and books spanning 1975-2004, which contain reflections on the value of fairy tales as adult literature. It offers a look at both the evolution of a career and the recent history of fairy-tale scholarship.