Last year was full of poetry, fantastic (and fantastical) novels, and inspiring non-fiction. These are our favorite books we read in 2022. Note, they were not all published during the year. Links are affiliate links to the Modern Folklore Bookshop. What were your favorite books of the year?
Kevin J. Fellows' new short story collection The Enduring Mage and Other Tales is available today as an ebook from direct from Modern Folklore or your favorite ebook retailer. In this collection, novelist and poet Kevin J. Fellows weaves strange tales about people negotiating uncanny worlds. Here, readers will find a cursed dragon and the … Continue reading The Enduring Mage & Other Tales Released
Modern Folklore Press is excited to share the release of At the End of the World by Kevin J. Fellows. This debut marks not only a first for the author, but is also the first novel published by Modern Folklore Press. This has been a busy but rewarding couple of months reaching this milestone. It … Continue reading At the End of the World Released
It's been too long since I've collected essays on the speculative art. There were some great ones published this summer. Writing Through the News Cycle - Kameron Hurley at LocusMonsters, the Monstrous, and Reclaiming the Other by Leo Elijah Cristea at Fantasy Faction Sir Elsa of Tortall, Knight of the Realm by Elsa Sjunneson-Henry at … Continue reading State of the Art: October 2019
Essays and conversations about Fantasy and Speculative literature. Closing out Women in SF&F Month: Swati Teerdhala writes, The Unlikeable Heroine at Fantasy Book Cafe Everyone’s World Is Ending All the Time: notes on becoming a climate resilience planner at the edge of the anthropocene by Arkady Martine at Uncanny The System is Broken for People … Continue reading State of the Art: May 2019