State of the Art April 2019

April is offering a wealth of essays on the literature of the fantastic.

Terri Windling writes: The Places that Claim Us on Myth & Moor

The Art of Peace: Mari Evans’ Legacy of Peaceful and Ethical Engagement by Tabitha Barbour at Apex Magazine

Women in SF&F Month: Tasha Suri talks fairy tales and feet at Fantasy Cafe

Marissa Lingen discusses the Tiffany Problem in Historical Fantasy in the essay, That Never Happened: Misplaced Skepticism  at Uncanny – and the Mechanisms of Suspension of DisbeliefUncanny Magazine

Kameron Hurley: The Future is Intrinsically Hopeful at Locus

Lara Elena Donnelly: The Past as Fantasy, and Our Fantasies of the Past at

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