Faerie Magazine (“Where wonder finds a home”) is a fantasy periodical published quarterly in the City of Baltimore, Maryland.
Launched in the spring of 2005, the magazine focuses on faeries, the magical and the extraordinary. Kim Cross is the creator and the editor of the magazine.
The quarterly magazine contains interesting articles on fantasy artists and writers, musicians and poets (“Fairy-land” by Edgar Allen Poe), essays on fairy stories, magical destinations, Victorian fairy paintings, book reviews, “how-to” articles (“How to make your own fairy wings”), as well as the romance of the fairy genre, clothing, jewelry, orbs, potions, etc.
One issue may feature photographs of storybook houses that look like fairy tale cottages, another may offer etiquette tips for a Fairy tea party, and still another might showcase enchanted scenes from moss shrouded forests, or flower-covered meadows where the wee folk reside.
The articles are educational (“History of Faeries”) and whimsical (“Why trolls are so cool”) and guaranteed to satisfy lovers of the fairy realm. Prominent regular contributors include Brian Froud and Ari Berk.
In essence, each edition of Faerie Magazine is a collector’s item with photographs and artwork so beautiful, it would be difficult to ever throw an issue away.
3636 Lochearn Drive
Baltimore, MD 21207