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Browsing all articles tagged with 2018.

Small Press, Big Stories: 2018 in Review

Small Press, Big Stories: 2018 in Review 

Humans need fantasy to be human. To be the place where the falling angel meets the rising ape. So, said the great Sir Terry Pratchett, and in the last year we needed fantasy more than ever to keep ourselves from falling backwards. Fortunately, there was a hell of a lot of good fantasy about and, […]

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Fantasy-Faction’s Best Fantasy Books of 2018

Fantasy-Faction’s Best Fantasy Books of 2018 

Happy New Year Factioners! 2018 was a difficult year for many of us, but it was an amazing year for fantasy! Our nomination list was the longest it’s ever been and we had a super hard time deciding who would make the cut. There were fantastic debuts, continuations of series, and series that reached their […]

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The Best of r/Fantasy Stabby Award 2018 Winners Announced!

The Best of r/Fantasy Stabby Award 2018 Winners Announced! 

Congratulations to all the winners and nominees! If you’ve not visited the r/Fantasy Reddit, there has never been a better time to check it out. 2018 really was an amazing year for fantasy! Best Novel Bloody Rose by Nicholas Eames Best Independent Novel Ghostwater by Will Wight Best Debut The Poppy War by R.F. Kuang Best […]

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Karen Lord Interview – 2018 Edinburgh International Book Festival

Karen Lord Interview – 2018 Edinburgh International Book Festival 

Karen Lord is an exciting writer of speculative fiction from Barbados. Her novel The Best of All Possible Worlds (2013) is a powerful science fiction novel that explores two people in the aftermath of a planetary genocide. Its follow up The Galaxy Game (2015) is out now from Jo Fletcher Books. Her debut novel Redemption […]

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Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #4: The Final Five and Our Finalist

Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #4: The Final Five and Our Finalist 

* Disclaimer * Writing and reading are subjective arts. What some folks will absolutely love, others will dislike. It is a bit like Marmite in the UK – normal people dislike it intensely, but some weird folks actually enjoy the taste of warm road surface with fresh roadkill upon their tongue. To each their own, […]

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A Newbie’s First SFF Con: AKA BristolCon Confidential

A Newbie’s First SFF Con: AKA BristolCon Confidential 

I didn’t intend to write this article. I didn’t prepare for it, make any notes for it or believe that I was going to be submitting anything but reviews to Fantasy-Faction for the next few months. It all started when a fellow Factioner, the author and editor Steven Poore, asked me a question. At the […]

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Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #4: The Last Five Fall

Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #4: The Last Five Fall 

* Disclaimer * Writing and reading are subjective arts. What some folks will absolutely love, others will dislike. It is a bit like Marmite in the UK – normal people dislike it intensely, but some weird folks actually enjoy the taste of warm road surface with fresh roadkill upon their tongue. To each their own, […]

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2018 British Fantasy Award Winners Announced!

2018 British Fantasy Award Winners Announced! 

The winners for the 2018 British Fantasy Awards were announced today! Here is the list of the winners and nominees that made it this year’s short list. If you’ve not read everyone on this list, we suggest you check them out. You won’t be disappointed! Best Anthology * New Fears, ed. Mark Morris (Titan Books) […]

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Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #4: Another Five Fall

Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #4: Another Five Fall 

* Disclaimer * Writing and reading are subjective arts. What some folks will absolutely love, others will dislike. It is a bit like Marmite in the UK – normal people dislike it intensely, but some weird folks actually enjoy the taste of warm road surface with fresh roadkill upon their tongue. To each their own, […]

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Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #4: Fall of the Second Five

Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #4: Fall of the Second Five 

* Disclaimer * Writing and reading are subjective arts. What some folks will absolutely love, others will dislike. It is a bit like Marmite in the UK – normal people dislike it intensely, but some weird folks actually enjoy the taste of warm road surface with fresh roadkill upon their tongue. To each their own, […]

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Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #4: The Fall of the First Five

Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #4: The Fall of the First Five 

* Disclaimer * Writing and reading are subjective arts. What some folks will absolutely love, others will dislike. It is a bit like Marmite in the UK – normal people dislike it intensely, but some weird folks actually enjoy the taste of warm road surface with fresh roadkill upon their tongue. To each their own, […]

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Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #4: Cover Competition

Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #4: Cover Competition 

As ever, with the SPFBO, well, for the past two or three years, there is, at the start, a little cover competition. (And clearly a few overactive commas!) This year, through a process of alchemy, magic, and bribery we, the judges, have decided on our top three covers from the 30 books which Mark issued […]

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