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Carrie Harris on Xavier’s Institute: Liberty and Justice for All and Her Love of X-Men

This week, we got the release of Aconyte’s newest Marvel prose novel, Xavier’s Institute: Liberty and Justice for All, by Carrie Harries. The novel focuses on two students that Brian Michael Bendis created during his […]

November 17, 2020
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The Witcher Showrunner Promises To Address Geralt’s Disability In Upcoming Seasons

When people think of Geralt of Rivia, most don’t consider the Witcher to have a disability. He is a fighter who can take down giant monsters, and bed sexy ladies immediately afterwards. The rippling muscles […]

November 14, 2020
The Water Dancer by Ta-Nehisi Coates Is Getting A Film Adaptation

Ta-Nehisi Coates is a bit of a renaissance author. A MacArthur Genius fellow; a respected journalist, as well as an author of popular non-fiction books. Coates is also the author of genre fiction and comic […]

November 12, 2020
2020 World Fantasy Convention Winners Announced, Proof That Women Rule The Genre

This year’s World Fantasy Convention was held virtually last weekend. The convention is an annual event that has been running since 1975 to honor excellence in the fantasy genre. This year’s judges were Gwenda Bond, […]

November 5, 2020
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Everything I Learned About Fighting Oppressive Regimes I Learned From Sci-Fi And Fantasy 

We interrupt your regularly scheduled genre news programming for an important message. The world is on fire. A plague ravages a nation that once stood tall atop the ashes of former world powers. Evil forces […]

November 2, 2020
Book Review: Black Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse Is An Epic Fantasy Inspired By Indigenous Culture, Folklore

Author Rebecca Roanhorse is not new to genre fiction. She is known around these parts for her Star Wars novel that was published last year. But she is also the author of several fantasy books. Her […]

October 26, 2020
8 Books Featuring Witches For Your Spooky Season Reading

Witches get a bad rap in culture, history, and the media. Centuries of religious persecution and superstition (not to mention misogyny) have often cast witches as evil. Crones, temptresses, and shape-shifting demons. However with the […]

October 20, 2020
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Ignyte Awards Winners Announced During First Ever Annual FIYAHCON

Amidst the controversy surrounding the Hugo Awards, and the World Fantasy Convention a new convention rises. This year saw the first ever virtual convention from FIYAH Magazine that culminated in their Igynyte awards ceremony. Authors […]

October 19, 2020
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Another V.E. Schwab Story – First Kill – Is Getting An On-Screen Adaptation

Fantasy author V.E. Schwab is on a hot streak right now. Earlier this month saw the release of her new novel The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue, that was immediately optioned for a film adaptation. Schwab’s […]

October 18, 2020
Ring Shout Book Review: The Circle Will Be Broken

The idea of a character who feeds on emotion is so common that it’s become a trope. Most of the time, this kind of character is like Pennywise, a creature who feeds on fear. In […]

October 13, 2020