"Fantasy" Blogs & Blog Posts

Jesse Gordon—the author, that isJesse Gordon—the author, that is

The official Web site of author Jesse Gordon, featuring articles, news, rev...

 
Epic FailEpic Fail

A Dungeons & Dragons based Fantasy webcomic by Amy Letts. Danger, Dece...

 
Audio Book HeavenAudio Book Heaven

Audio book reviews spanning all genres: science fiction, fantasy, action, a...

 
Genre WenchGenre Wench

Reviews of mystery, fantasy, sci-fi and the occasional horror books

 
Jamieson Wolf - Words that satisfy every need...Jamieson Wolf - Words that satisfy every need...

The official blog for author Jamieson Wolf. Includes information on current...

 
clara*s victory danceclara*s victory dance

random thoughts and happenings

 
Seven Miles of Steel ThistlesSeven Miles of Steel Thistles

Posts on YA Fiction and fantasy, children's books, folklore and myths

 


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Ben writes, "First featured on Boing Boing in 2010, the fan-supported TV series JourneyQuest has continued for nine years(!) and is now Kickstarting a fourth season. It's an open world with a copyleft license, proving that encouraging sharing, remixi...

Locus Magazine announced the winners of its annual reader-voted awards last night, with top honors for Mary Robinette Kowal, who won Best SF Novel for The Calculating Stars (which also won a Nebula Award this year), as well as Brooke Bolander, who wo...

The Art Of Storytelling In Business Communications And Public Relations. Techniques For Effective Business Communications. By Elisa Zallio, Junior Account Executive, Hoffman Europe (London)   I’d like to tell you about Emilio Salgari. He is a...

I was already a Terry Pratchett fan and a Neil Gaiman fan in 1990, when their comedic novel Good Omens showed up in the bookstore I worked at, and I dibsed it, took it home over the weekend, read it in huge gulps, and wrote an enthusiastic review on...

I spent a significant portion of every summer before the age of 16 camped out at the library, my parents too cheap or broke or unaware of activities like ACTUAL summer camp to send me anywhere else. We only had one room with air conditioning at our h...

Neal Stephenson's next novel is Fall; or, Dodge in Hell, an 880-page Stephsonian brick of a novel that has ample room for two novels, and that's because Stephenson actually stuck a second novel inside the first one. Fall is the story (first)...

It’s going to be a hell of a summer. Read more...