We’ve all heard the story. The Miller’s daughter taken by a king after her father’s lie gets thrown into a heap of trouble. The lie that she holds within her the power to spin straw into gold. She makes a deal with a devil-of-sorts, bargaining her necklace, her mother’s ring, and her first born to a tiny man named Rumpelstiltskin. But so little is known about the character immortalized by the Brothers Grimm that Liesl Shurtliff took it upon herself to give him a history, to give him a destiny. In her retelling of the classic, we learn that the little man is nothing but a 12-year-old boy who stopped growing at 8, whose mother died before anyone learned his whole name. A boy…