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Holly Black and Sarah Reece Brennan Offer Advice on Crafting Diversity in Fantasy


Two YA fantasists discuss the dynamics of diversity. Read More »

The Last Voyage of Ray Harryhausen


Sinbad sails again in a film honoring the late great visual effects pioneer Ray Harryhausen. Read More »

Book Review: Medusa’s Gaze and Vampire’s Bite: The Science of Monsters by Matt Kaplan

A witty, clever and entertaining history that makes you believe in the monsters that go bump in the night. Read More »

Book Review: Shadow Man by Mark Murphy

Can the perfect life be real or is it able to draw evil into your life? Read More »

Book Review: A Haunted Mind: Inside The Dark Twisted World of H.P. Lovecraft by Dr. Bob Curran

A Haunted Mind ventures into both verifiable global history and folklore to produce an interesting read. Read More »

Music Review: Guy Davis – The Adventures of Fishy Waters: In Bed With the Blues

This two disc set is a believable, engrossing musical play by musician Guy Davis. Read More »

Book Review: The Thirteen Hallows by Michael Scott and Colette Friedman

Dark and violent, The Thirteen Hallows manages to weave a compelling urban fantasy with many ties to the past... Read More »

Book Review: Imlich’s Tale: A Woeful Buffeting at the Hands of Fate, or Accident, or Error by Elizabeth Carroll

Carroll's storytelling skills make for rich adventure, and a magical playful mix of fable, folklore, legend, myth and human nature Read More »

Book Review: Between the Cracks (eBook) by Kim McDougall

Evoking memories of fables and fairy-tales, Between the Cracks is a collection of McDougall's stories and poems marked by touches of humor, fantasy, folklore and eroticism. Read More »

Book Review: The First Fossil Hunters: Dinosaurs, Mammoths, And Myth In Greek And Roman Times by Adrienne Mayor

A bad book on a potentially good subject. Read More »