Category Archives: Baba Yaga

Baba Yagah and Her Magic Shoes

Jack and Jill Magazine, June 1943: “Baba Yagah and Her Magic Shoes,” by Jenia Miller, with illustrations by the author. In this story, Baba Yaga’s magic shoes have worn holes through the bottom. They were given to her as a … Continue reading

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Baba Yagah and the Children

Jack and Jill Magazine, May 1943: “Baba Yagah and the Children,” by Jenia Miller and Maria Van Vrooman, and with illustrations by Miller. Jack and Jill Magazine has been running Baba Yaga stories since the early 1940s. I’m a massive … Continue reading

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BABA YAGA’S MORTAR APPEARED

I’ve been collecting old issues of “Jack and Jill” magazine, which ran a lot of Baba Yaga stories over the years. Here’s the splash page from the first episode of “Baba Yaga’s Three Helps,” published in the February 1963 issue … Continue reading

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SHE WENT INTO THE OTHER ROOM TO SHARPEN HER IRON TEETH

The newly-mixed “Baba Yaga” recording, built to recreate and improve upon the KVRX-broadcast version, is now complete. The music is all new, per Dan. I cannot thank all the contributors enough for their work, and I hope I’ve done them … Continue reading

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TWO DAYS JOURNEY THROUGH THE WOODS

“Where the wind blows; being ten fairy-tales from ten nations.” 1910, by Katharine Pyle.

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