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Featured Story

"The Question of the Blade"

by Alex Yuschik

She was nine when she became a Knife. Onyx pebbles pressed into her feet as she ran with the opposing team’s flag streaming out behind her, a crown of dried orange lantern flowers clattering against her head like rain. Two years had passed since she washed ashore on this island where no one could say […]Read More...

Latest News

Happy Birthday Diana Paxson!

by Cheryl Wollner

February 21, 2017

Yesterday, wasn’t just President’s Day. Yesterday Diana Paxson–Pagan Priestess and multiple Locus award winning author–was born. Happy birthday, Diana Paxson. You brought us into worlds mixing 5th century history and myth in The Wodan’s Children series (1993, 1995, 1996). You provided us with The Chronicles of Westria, where Nature reigns after the collapse of our civilization. You […]”Read


Happy Birthday Andre Norton!

by Cheryl Wollner

February 17, 2017

Happy birthday, Andre Norton (17 Feb, 1912 - 17 March, 2005)! A pioneer for women writing genre fict ...

Book Review: “The Hero is You” (Kendra Levin)

by K C Maguire

February 16, 2017

Usually I review young adult and middle grade speculative fiction books here, but if I find a craft ...

REVIEW: The Night Circus (Erin Morgenstern)

by Cheryl Wollner

February 15, 2017

I recently blogged about how Celia Bowen, the protagonist from The Night Circus (2011,) has joined m ...

True Enlightenment- Beings Without Bodies

by Elora Powell

February 14, 2017

Have you ever gotten so engrossed in a story that you forgot where you were? Lost track of your body ...

Reading & Protest

by Phoebe Wagner

February 13, 2017

National news outlets have been touting the rise in sales of George Orwell’s 1984. My Twitter and ...

Favorite Female Character: Celia Bowen (The Night Circus)

by Cheryl Wollner

February 10, 2017

This is a first for me: a favorite female character out of a book I did not enjoy. The Night Circus ...

To Whom It May Concern, Let’s Write a Rom-Com

by Kiana-Danielle

February 9, 2017

To Whom It May Concern, I’m not delusional, I know most romantic comedies are crap. The tee ...

Series Review: The Gryphonpike Chronicles

by Rebecca Buchanan

February 8, 2017

Series Title: The Gryphonpike Chronicles Omnibus Edition: The Barrows Books: Witch Hunt, Twice Dro ...

Fairy Tales for the New World Order: Circuits and Slippers, edited by Jaylee James

by Jan Stinchcomb

February 7, 2017

It is both gratifying and heartbreaking when reality begins to resemble sci-fi and fantasy: genre fi ...

Sophia Chester: Woman of Color with a Disability

by Cheryl Wollner

February 6, 2017

One of my best friends is a disability rights activist and shared a gem of intersectionality: "Disab ...