The second issue of Dante's Heart is now online, and I recommend taking a look at this lovely little journal. Edited by Daniel Fusch with Andrew Hallam, Janette MacDonald, Ever Saskya, and Jessica Treadwell, Dante's Heart is dedicated to myth, folklore, fairy tales and fantasy -- and to providing a venue for both new and established creators of mythic arts.
Issue II contains fairy tale poetry from Rikki Santer, a folktale translated from the Dutch from Netherlands artist Isabella, and a peek at the latest project from the fabulous mythic filmmaker Lisa Stock, among other offerings. Best of all is Roberta Payne's translation of Libri del sette savi di Roma, a 14th century Italian story usually known as The Seven Sages of Rome. As Daniel Fusch explains, "The Seven Sages is a very old cycle of folk tales, many of them quite dangerous: in these tales young women and old fathers are treacherous, and there is a price to be paid for ignoring the random wisdom of animals."
I also recommend The Edge of the Forest, the children's literature monthly edited by Kelly Herold and Christine Marciniack. The journal isn't new -- just new to me, and I'm chagrined that I didn't know about it sooner. It's packed with good articles and reviews pertaining to all kinds of children's literature, from picture books through Middle Grade books to Young Adult fiction.
The art above is by Isabella.