The Black Shriving by Phil Tucker
 

The Black Shriving

Review

 
Seinen Manga: Maturity in Japanese Manga
 

Seinen Manga: Maturity in Japanese Manga

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Godsgrave by Jay Kristoff
 

Godsgrave

Review

 

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Fantasy in the Court 2017

Fantasy in the Court 2017 

Back in August I headed up to the ‘big smoke’ – though with electric cars, the congestion charge and the general relocation of heavy industry out of London, it is not really that smoky any more, but it is big. The reason for my train journey was simple – Fantasy in the Court. An event […]

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Putting It Right, At Last: Must Read Women Authors in Fantasy

Putting It Right, At Last: Must Read Women Authors in Fantasy 

My first article, sent ‘on spec’ to Fantasy-Faction, and written when I was feeling my mortality quite keenly, was a simple affair. I’d written The Stone Road and put it out for the hundreds of thousands of people to read (more the hundreds than the thousands really), and I was starting to reconnect with the […]

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Breaking the Glass Slipper: Podcast Celebrating Women in Genre

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Podcast Celebrating Women in Genre 

This month, I’d like to officially introduce Fantasy-Faction readers to Breaking the Glass Slipper. The brainchild of Megan Leigh over at Pop Verse, it’s a bi-monthly podcast focusing on women in genre. Charlotte Bond and I join Megan as co-hosts. Our aim is straightforward: we want to get people talking about women, be they authors, […]

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Cover for Lucy Hounsom’s Heartland

Fantasy-Faction contributor Lucy Hounsom’s debut novel, Starborn, attracted a huge amount of praise last year upon its release. Fans of coming-of-age stories by authors such as Trudi Canavan took to review sites and social media to rave about Lucy’s memorable characters, incredible worldbuilding and movie-like pace. That particular book is released in paperback tomorrow (January 28th), […]

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The Soundtrack to Starborn

The Soundtrack to Starborn 

So this post is slightly embarrassing, as I’m about to reveal to you some of the music I enjoy listening to. There are lots of elements to cover in Starborn, from the grand destinies of individual characters to the relationships between them and the landscapes against which the story plays out. Generally my taste in […]

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