One Way by S. J. Morden
 

One Way

Review

 
#SPFBO 5 Cover Contest
 

Cover Contest

#SPFBO 5

 
SFF and Queerness – We Need To Do Better
 

SFF and Queerness – We Need To Do Better

Article

 

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Video Games: Thank You, Fantasy.

Video Games: Thank You, Fantasy. 

$17 billion. In 2011, US consumers spent $17 billion on video games. That is $54 for every man, woman, and child in the country. And that’s actually down from the $18.6 billion spent in 2010, which is pretty close to the annual budget of NASA. That figure spans all platforms (PC, console, handheld, mobile devices) […]

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Christopher Paolini Interview

Christopher Paolini Interview 

After graduating from high school at 15, Christopher Paolini began writing Eragon, the first novel of the Inheritance Cycle set in the mythical land of Alagaësia. In 2002, the Paolini family self-published Eragon and began an aggressive campaign to promote Christopher’s work. He and his family toured countless schools and libraries to discuss reading and […]

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Michael A. Stackpole Interview

Michael A. Stackpole Interview 

Michael A. Stackpole is a New York Times bestselling author of over forty fantasy and science fiction novels. His best-known books were written in the Star Wars universe, including I, Jedi and Rogue Squadron and has the unique distinction amongst all authors in that he wrote Union, the novel in which Luke Skywalker and Mara […]

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Origins 2012 Convention Report

Origins 2012 Convention Report 

Four days dedicated to the always wonderful, sometimes unusual world that is gaming. Each summer in Columbus, Ohio, every card, board, or RPG game (redundant) you could imagine—and then some—is under one roof. Dungeons & Dragons. Pathfinder. LARPs. Magic the Gathering. Munchkin. Booths stacked high with boxed games line the hallways, along with tables full […]

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Want to Self-Publish Fantasy? Think Again.

Want to Self-Publish Fantasy? Think Again. 

How do you prefer to enjoy a good book? Are you someone who likes the crisp, dry feel of paper between your fingers as you turn a page? Do you relish the ability to toss a book on a beach chair and not care if it falls in the sand? Or are you someone who […]

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