The Dog in the Dark, Dreams and Shadows, and The Witches

NEW: THE DOG IN THE DARK, Book Two in the Noble Dead Saga, Series 3 by Barb & J. C. Hendee (Roc, 2012) This series has been called The-Lord-of-the-Rings-meets-Buffy-the-Vampire-Slayer and we agree that’s ...
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Howard Andrew Jones’ “On Heroes and Why We Need Them”

Howard Andrew Jones, author of the acclaimed The Desert Souls, managing editor of Black Gate magazine, and creative writing instructor, believes in heroes. In an increasingly cynical world, he argues in the article excerpted below, ...
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The Unreal and the Real, Ever After, and The Last Unicorn

NEW: THE UNREAL AND THE REAL, Volume One: Where on Earth by Ursula K. Le Guin (Small Beer Press, 2012) Winner of the Hugo Award, Nebula Award, Locus Award, and World Fantasy Award several times each, Ursula ...
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Karolina Urbańska

FairyRoom's "Featured Artists" turns the spotlight on artists who celebrate the fantastic world of fairies and fantasy. ...
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The Siren Depths, Splintered, and Assassin’s Apprentice

NEW: THE SIREN DEPTHS by Martha Wells (Night Shade Books, 2012) In The Siren Depths, Martha Wells brings her readers back to the Raksura, a race of shape-shifters able to transform into winged ...
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12 Days of Christmas Fairy

Each of the first 12 days of December, we’ve posted a different fairy-inspired ornament on our Tumblr to help make your holiday decorating a little more fantastic. Below is a gallery ...
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R. Scott Bakker’s “Why Fantasy and Why Now?”

R. Scott Bakker, both a fantasy author and a scholar with a masters in literary criticism, is known for his analysis of the fantasy genre and its importance in the lives ...
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The Woodcutter, Scent of Magic, & Something Wicked This Way Comes

NEW: THE WOODCUTTER by Kate Danley (47North, 2012) New, yes, but The Woodcutter, Kate Danley’s fractured fairy tale, is “new” only in traditional publishing terms. Danley self-published The Woodcutter in 2010, and riding on ...
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Christina Qi

FairyRoom's "Featured Artists" turns the spotlight on artists who celebrate the fantastic world of fairies and fantasy. ...
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Krampus: the Yule Lord, City of Dark Magic, & Half Magic

NEW: KRAMPUS: THE YULE LORD by Brom (Harper Voyager, 2012) The author and artist of The Child Thief returns with a modern fabulist tale of Krampus, the Lord of Yule and ...
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