An Interview with Charles de Lint (Part II)

For more than three decades, Charles de Lint has been in the forefront of the fantasy genre. His numerous awards and honours include the World Fantasy Award, the Canadian SF/Fantasy Aurora Award, and the ...
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C. Robert Cargill Journeys from Screen to Page

You’re familiar with C. Robert Cargill, though you might not have known it. He worked as a film critic for years under a pseudonym — massawyrm — for Ain’t It Cool News, and he ...
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An Interview with Charles de Lint (Part I)

Charles de Lint is well known throughout fantasy and science fiction circles as one of the trailblazers of the modern fantasy genre. Charles writes for adults, teens and children, with 38 novels and 37 ...
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Abney Park’s Jody Ellen Time Travels Home on Solo Adventure

Good and bad fairies from around the world primarily know Jody Ellen as Captain Robert’s songstress sidekick in Abney Park’s rousing headline sets at fantasy festivals and conventions around the world. Walk down the ...
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Interview with Elizabeth Malczynski, Fantasy Artist and Illustrator (Part II)

Last May, FairyRoom brought you Part I of our interview with fantasy artist Elizabeth Malczynski. Elizabeth’s enchanting depictions of fairies, elves, and mythical creatures have graced book covers, magazines, and countless canvases.In Part II ...
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Inside The Hollows with Kim Harrison

Kim Harrison’s Ever After (Harper Voyager, 2013) releases tomorrow! This is the eleventh of The Hollows books, and between Goodreads and Amazon there are already nearly 100 reviews from fans who managed to get ...
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In Search of Krampus

Several years ago my wife Laurie (who is infinitely hipper than I), turned me on to a devil that prances about at Christmas whipping naughty children with a birch branch. I was immediately smitten. ...
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Brigid Ashwood, Steampunk Fairy Artist and Writer

Brigid Ashwood is an artist and writer known for her beautiful portraiture, fantasy aesthetic, and steampunk sensibilities. Her visual work has appeared in Faerie Magazine, Imagine FX, Watercolor Faeries, and she is the author and ...
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Monica McCarty and Scotland’s Famous Fairy Flag

FairyRoom is thrilled to welcome New York Times bestselling author Monica McCarty whose twelfth novel comes out at the end of this month. Her debut novel, Highlander Untamed (Ballantine, 2007) significantly involved the famous legend ...
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Meet Elizabeth Malczynski, Fantasy Artist & Illustrator (Part I)

FairyRoom is thrilled to welcome Elizabeth Malczynski, fantasy artist and illustrator, probably best known for the iconic first paperback cover of Anne McCaffrey's DragonSong (Bantam, 1976), the original full painting of which appears ...
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