There is more to a princess than stunning looks, soprano pipes, and an inherent tenderness toward all creation. There is more to freeing a king’s daughter from a curse than riding up singing, lips puckered. Fairy stories leave out too much, true love is a complicated business, and for this there is not always an evil stepmother to blame. Princess stories are simply better when they are expanded, embellished, and arbitrarily annotated.Prufrock tells old-fashioned fantasy and fairy tales from the mythical and mystical Anglo-Saxon imagination. The stories exist within and outside of time and will strike a chord with their heroic exploits large and small. Hard choices and small kindnesses weave the tales in the ongoing series into a saga of repentance, forgiveness, and becoming who you were created to be.The series begins with a tale of two princesses, proceeds to relate the metamorphosis of a callow youth into a noble knight, and, in the third volume, pulls the reader into strange neverland in which to surrender is to be remade and redeemed.