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This is part two of our interview with Lou Morgan author of the début fantasy novel Blood and Feathers. If you missed part one, you can read it here. Now back to our interview! To describe Blood and Feathers, “Alice in Wonderland goes to Hell” has been suggested: is this what readers can expect and [...]
Earlier this year Lou Morgan’s stellar urban fantasy début, Blood and Feathers, published by Solaris books, burst onto the scene and has been gaining non-stop praise ever since. With its unique blend of urban fantasy, mystery and action, Blood and Feathers is the sort of fantasy you have never seen before. Angels tote guns and [...]
This is the last in a series of articles talking with fantasy authors about the craft. You can read the previous posts here: Part One: Breaking In Part Two: The Business Part Three: Careers Part Four: Revision Criticism is always hard. People can put on stoic faces and even welcome criticism but the first time [...]
Magic can take so many forms and shapes that the possibilities for stories on the subject are seemingly endless. Everyone has different ideas of magic; from rabbit toting magicians and scholarly wizards, to all powerful sorcerers, comical blue genies and lightning bolt-wielding gods. In every imagined world magic has its own rules and capabilities, but [...]
This is the forth in a series of articles talking with fantasy authors about the craft. You can read the previous posts here: Part One: Breaking In Part Two: The Business Part Three: Careers Revision is a part of writing. Writers who can write perfect prose on their first draft are few and far between. [...]
This is the third in a series of articles talking with fantasy authors about the craft. You can read part one here and part two here. There’s an old saying in publishing that “it’s one thing to be published, it’s an entirely different ball game to stay published.” Writers must walk a tightrope between delivering [...]