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Book Review: “Glimmerglass,” A Novel by Marly Youmans


Part fairy tale, part cautionary tale with a dash of fantasy and allegory. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Poseidon: Earthshaker’ by George O’Connor


Explores the mystery of the God of the Sea - his desires, his ambitions, his hopes, his fears. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Hades’ by George O’Connor


Wherein we move from Mt. Olympus to the depths of the underworld. Read More »

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


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

Zombie Apocalpyse: An Archetypal Journey

Zombies tend to spike in the public imagination when we are struggling against some fear of authoritarian control. 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: Odyssey of the Gods:The History of Extraterrestrial Contact in Ancient Greece by Erich von Daniken

Odyssey of the Gods challenges our assumptions about the evolution of Ancient Greece - its history, culture and scientific wonders. 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 »

Friday the 13th: Are You Superstitious?

It’s Friday the 13th; a traditionally unlucky day. Love them or loathe them, superstitions play a leading role in our lives. Read More »

TV Preview: Mythbusters Tackle “President’s Challenge”

President Obama asks the Mythbusters to try Archimedes's Solar Ray one more time. The 2nd team goes after Hellboy. Read More »