Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #6: Our Semi-Finalist Winner
 

Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #6

Our Semi-Finalist Winner

 
Where Shadows Lie by Allegra Pescatore – SPFBO #6 Semi-Finals Review
 

Where Shadows Lie

SPFBO #6 Semi-Finals Review

 
Shadow of a Dead God by Patrick Samphire – SPFBO #6 Semi-Finals Review
 

Shadow of a Dead God

SPFBO #6 Semi-Finals Review

 

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Asian Fantasy: SPFBO Edition

Asian Fantasy: SPFBO Edition 

With Lunar New Year around the corner, I joined a group chat with SFPBO past and present finalists Rob J. Hayes (Never Die, 2019), Virginia McClain (Blade’s Edge, 2019), M. L. Wang (The Sword of Kaigen, 2019), and K. Bird Lincoln (Tiger Lily, 2017) to discuss English-original Asian fantasy. Due to time zones and deadlines, […]

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Adding to the To-Be Read: East Asian Fantasy

Adding to the To-Be Read: East Asian Fantasy 

Yesterday we learned a bit about qi and how it relates to fantasy. I found the article fascinating and realized I had read very few books set in/or based on an East Asian setting. So I asked people on Twitter and Facebook to suggest fantasy (and sci-fi, horror, etc.) books they’d read in this setting. […]

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Fantasy-Faction World Tour of Wonderment: The Philippines – Part Two

Fantasy-Faction World Tour of Wonderment: The Philippines – Part Two 

Welcome to part two of the Fantasy Faction World Tour of Wonderment: The Philippines! If you missed part one, you can read it here. In this installment, we will look at Filipino authors in speculative fiction, both in traditional literature and comics.   The Philippine Komiks Scene There are many talented Filipinos working for the […]

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Fantasy-Faction World Tour of Wonderment: The Philippines – Part One

Fantasy-Faction World Tour of Wonderment: The Philippines – Part One 

Welcome back to the Fantasy-Faction World Tour of Wonderment! This is where we shine the spotlight on different parts of the world and their unique contributions to and traditions of the fantastic. It’s been a while (October 2011) and I’m not your regular guide (that’d be Paul), but when Paul brought up the possibility of […]

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