I'm very happy to see this anthology released. The amount of content contained in this is extremely rich and diverse, to the point where it's going to take me quite some time to thoroughly process everything in here. So at this point, my good rating is generally focused on the layout and appearance of the anthology (which are very good) and the sheer variety of content and unique interpretations on all sorts of traditional folklore and tales. I especially enjoyed reading each contributor's individual author's notes and perspectives of their stories. It gave me a much stronger sense of connection to the authors than I typically get from a product.
And to those who might feel a need to complain about "inclusion" or "politics", you're clearly overlooking the last 40-some years of RPG writing, which has been predominantly CHWM-oriented. It's high time that we had some different kinds of stories, presented through different lenses and centered on different kinds of people than what we've traditionally had in most RPGs.
[5 of 5 Stars!]