Gender and Stereotyping in Fantasy – Part Two: Switching Roles
 

Gender and Stereotyping in Fantasy

Part Two: Switching Roles

 
Robert Holdstock: Mythago Wood and Lavondyss
 

Mythago Wood and Lavondyss

Reviews

 
Fantasy Influences: Ancient Greek Mythology – Part One
 

Ancient Greek Mythology in Fantasy

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The Lowdown on REALMWALKER PUBLISHING…

The Lowdown on REALMWALKER PUBLISHING… 

Following the awesome response to my article on beginner writers choosing to Self Publish, we’re having a bit of a ‘means of publishing your work’ month on Fantasy-Faction. A piece of this will be my follow up article where I talk about when Self Publishing is probably more sensible than seeking the Traditional route and where […]

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Tim Marquitz Interview

Tim Marquitz Interview 

Writer, publisher, MMA aficionado, editor and a man of myriad talents, Tim Marquitz stopped by the Fantasy-Faction Headquarters (which caused a bit of a stir because we didn’t know we had one) and graciously agreed to be interviewed about his publishing empire, his writing, books and Kickstarter. Without further ado, here we go. So, Tales […]

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Michael J. Martinez Interview

Michael J. Martinez Interview 

That last time we talked to author Michael J. Martinez he had just released his debut novel, The Daedalus Incident, which introduced us to a dual-universe story full of 18th Century sailing ships in space and ancient Martian warlords. Flash forward only two years and he’s completed the trilogy with The Venusian Gambit, as well […]

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Wesley Chu Interview

Wesley Chu Interview 

Wesley Chu, author of the popular Tao series (The Lives of Tao, The Deaths of Tao, and The Rebirths of Tao), has just released his newest sci-fi offering: Time Salvager. On top of being highly anticipated, this time travel novel has already been optioned for a movie to be directed by Michael Bay! Yesterday he […]

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Peter Newman Interview

Peter Newman Interview 

Stephen King may have had a point when he wrote that talk is “sneaky”. Although we’re often told that the majority of communication is nonverbal (93 percent is the popular figure), the concept of having a voice is often linked with ideas such as freedom, justice and identity that make being without it a huge […]

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Joe Abercrombie’s Best & Worst Feedback

Joe Abercrombie’s Best & Worst Feedback 

We know some of you guys can’t make our Grim Gathering this Friday (April 10th 2015) in Waterstones, Bristol Galleries; and we know others of you are still on the fence whether or not to phone in sick. Well, because we feel bad for you guys missing out, and we want to tempt the rest […]

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Interview with Jonathan Oliver

Interview with Jonathan Oliver 

Here in the UK we have some of the very best Editors and today I feel incredibly privileged to interview one of my favourites and one I truly look up to – as someone who recently published their own anthology and first short story – Jonathan Oliver. For those unfamiliar with Jonathan, he is Editor-in-chief […]

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Chris Evans Interview

Chris Evans Interview 

Chris Evans, author of the Iron Elves series, has once again delved into the realms of fantasy, this time with Of Bone and Thunder. This story of war and camaraderie takes place in a conflict that echoes the Vietnam War if it had been filled with dragons, magic, and dwarves. Sound interesting? We thought so […]

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Jay Kristoff Interview

Jay Kristoff Interview 

Hey all you Factioners! I had the amazing opportunity to talk to Jay Kristoff about the finale for his Japanese steampunk series The Lotus War. If you haven’t heard about these books yet you should do yourself a favor and pick up Stormdancer. There are plenty of mythic creatures, civil unrest, and a strong female […]

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Rebecca Levene Interview

Rebecca Levene Interview 

2014 has been an incredible year for readers hunting for new authors within the epic fantasy genre. To prove it I could point you to some fantastic debuts such as Age of Iron, Traitor’s Blade and Red Rising (all frighteningly good if you’re a writer looking to get published one day – the bar has […]

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Interview with V.E. Schwab

Interview with V.E. Schwab 

This week I was lucky enough to interview an author that will inevitably be challenging for one of the top spots on 2014’s ‘best SFF book of the year’ lists in the UK. That author is V.E. Schwab and the book I’m thinking of specifically is Vicious, which we awarded 9/10 in this review. Although Vicious is […]

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John Hornor Jacobs Interview

John Hornor Jacobs Interview 

John Hornor Jacobs, author of Southern Gods and The Twelve-Fingered Boy, recently debuted the first book in his first fantasy series, The Incorruptibles. In-between his busy release, con attendances, and of course work on the next book in the series, he was nice enough to answer a few questions about his worlds, his writing, and […]

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