Western Press Gets North Korean “Unicorn” Completely Wrong

Qing Dynasty Qilin North Korea found itself in the news last week for nothing that had to do with politics. Following a press release from ...
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Natania Barron’s “In Defense of Fantasy – Or Why I Write the Weird”

“Yes, there is a heap of terrible fantasy writing out there (as well as any other genre, I should point out),” said Natania Barron in her blog post, ‘In Defense of Fantasy – Or ...
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Wisps in World of Warcraft: Ghosts or Fae?

Folklore surrounding will-o’-the-wisps has been deeply ingrained in modern fantasy, popping up prominently in literature, movies, and popular games like World of Warcraft. One of Disney and Pixar’s collaborations, Brave, delves deep into the Scottish ...
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Overarching Observations from a FaerieCon Virgin

Photo by Emily Cotler Part of immersing oneself in the fairy fantasy world – at least for a weekend at FaerieCon – is to be able to act out what otherwise can only be experienced when reading a ...
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