Monthly Archives: June 2019

The Clash Between Cultures in Sins of the Fathers with Matt Gilbert

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A Book in a Bottle of Mead with Bret Bouriseau

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Interview With C.T. Phipps

Interview With C.T. Phipps By: Michael Evan CT Phipps is an excellent writer. I’ve been a fan of his books since I picked up his first Supervillainy novel “The Rules of Supervillainy”, and found myself laughing hysterically, contemplating deeper things … Continue reading

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Demotic or Not?

Demotic or Not? By: L.E. Modesitt Jr. Originally, and still to linguists and historians, the word “demotic” referred to the day-to-day, or common, script used by ancient Egyptians for business transactions, records, and, most likely, what might have passed for … Continue reading

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How Detailed Is Enough?

How Detailed Is Enough? By: L.E. Modesitt Jr. Many, many years ago, I wrote occasional reviews for a semi-noted SF&SF magazine… until I got into an argument with one of the editors about some details in a book.  Two of … Continue reading

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Violence against women in fantasy, or why we need #metoo especially in fantasy

Violence against women in fantasy, or why we need #metoo especially in fantasy By Ulff Lehmann If you belong to that part of fandom that will now moan and say I’m politicizing the hobby, please fuck off, I don’t have … Continue reading

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Crafting Fantasy Worlds In Missing Wings with Andrea Luhman

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The Point Where Dreams and Fantasy Worlds Cross with MJ Vieira

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Exploring the Scribe Cycle with James Wolanyk on Episode 38

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Swords, Sorcery, and Unlikely Heroes with Jeffrey L. Kohanek

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