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April Genevieve Tucholke on Female-Driven Stories and Finding Fantasy in Nature

The author of The Boneless Mercies discusses her favorite genres, female friendship, and more.

by Sarah Mangiola

16 Must-Read Neil Gaiman Books

From fantasy to nonfiction and everything in-between, these books by Neil Gaiman will bewitch you. 

by Hezra Martinez

8 Fantasy Books for Teens That You Haven't Read

For these teens, high school is the least of their problems.

by Feliza Casano

Lady of Sherwood Reimagines the Legend of Robin Hood and Maid Marian

Jennifer Roberson's novel sees the iconic outlaw and his lady lover fight their enemies side by side.

by Allison Wild

5 Things 'Serious' Fantasy Writers Can Learn from Terry Pratchett

Even at his silliest, the late Terry Pratchett had something worthwhile to say. 

by Chris Mahon

12 Sci-Fi and Fantasy Book to Movie Adaptations That Are Worth Watching

Watch some of your favorite stories come alive on the big screen.

by Allison Wild

9 Influential LGBTQ Science Fiction and Fantasy Authors 

Celebrate these authors as we take a look at their diverse body of work.

by Sarah Mangiola

A Gifted Scholar Fights for His Kingdom in Katherine Kurtz's Medieval Fantasy

As Gwynedd's usurper king grows more barbaric, the gifted Camber MacRorie tries to restore the throne to its rightful heir in Camber of Culdi. 

by Olivia Mason

29 Must-Read Fantasy Book Series

Travel to far away places with these exceptional fantasy series.

by Sarah Mangiola

The History of the Nebula Awards

Celebrating the best and the brightest in the SF/F community.

by Olivia Mason

10 Must-Read Jane Yolen Books

For over fifty years, the award-winning author has been using fairy tales and real history to create compelling fantasies.

by G.G. Andrew

5 Things Every Fantasy Writer Can Learn from Earthsea

We're looking back at some of the lessons to be learned from Ursula K. Le Guin's brilliant Earthsea series. 

by Chris Mahon

Tamora Pierce Talks Writing and Reading About Female Warriors

"I wrote what I wanted to read, which was sensible, intelligent girl swordfighters."

by Carolyn Cox

SNEAK PEEK: Children of Blood and Bone Is Your Next YA Fantasy Obsession

Debut author Tomi Adeyemi’s West African-inspired fantasy novel takes readers to a place where magic has died ... and a young girl has one chance to bring it back.

by Sarah Mangiola

Does Realism Matter When Creating a Fictional Magic System?

In writing his own magical world, David Mack looked to two very different examples from fantasy fiction.

by David Mack

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