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Volume 13, Issue 1 (1999)

From the Editor

In light of an essay in this issue by Mary Louise Ennis on the role of the World Wide Web in the pedagogy of fairy tales, it seems appropriate to draw attention to the Marvels & Tales website. Located at http://www.langlab.wayne.edu/MarvelsHome/Marvels_Tales.html, our site is intended to be a useful research tool for anyone interested in fairy-tale studies, as well as a source of information for contributors, reviewers, and subscribers. The website contains information on the journal's history, the editorial policy, guidelines for submissions, and guidelines for reviewers. It also makes available the tables of contents and abstracts for issues since 1997, a preview of the forthcoming issue, and indexes for all back issues since the journal's founding in 1987. There is also a page of selected links to related sites, as well as information and links for those who want to subscribe to Marvels & Tales or order back issues of the journal.

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