Small Press, Big Stories: NewCon Press
 

Small Presses: NewCon

Interview

 
A Conjuring of Light by V. E. Schwab
 

A Conjuring of Light

Review

 
When Characters Shed Names
 

When Characters Shed Names

Article

 

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HEX by Thomas Olde Heuvelt

HEX by Thomas Olde Heuvelt
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“This is all it takes for people to plunge into insanity: one night alone with themselves and what they fear most.” Witches have a long history running through folklore, myth and fable, through the fairy tale and into modern fantasy and horror. As such they tap into a deep and primal well of our fears […]

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Paul Evanby Interview

Paul Evanby Interview 

Ladies and gents, in a follow up to last week’s article about fantasy from The Netherlands, it is with the greatest pleasure that we present to you one of the finest writers of modern Dutch fantasy and sci-fi: Paul Evanby. Evanby was the youngest author to have ever won the Paul Harland Prize (the oldest […]

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Fantasy-Faction World Tour of Wonderment: The Netherlands

Fantasy-Faction World Tour of Wonderment: The Netherlands 

Welcome back to the Fantasy-Faction World Tour of Wonderment, where I aim to shine the spotlight on individual nations and their contributions to the fantasy world. So up to now we have had Italy, the land of pizza and Pinocchio, and Scotland, the small but mighty home of luminescent fizzy drinks and boys that fly. […]

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