Modern Folklore Press seeks to foster the art of Fantasy and Speculative literature. This series seeks and promotes recently published essays and interviews about the genre.
The February collection of essays, articles, and interviews in the world of Fantasy and Speculative fiction. The Mysterious Discipline of Narratlogists: Why we Need Stories to Make Sense by Arkady Martine at Tor.com The Guardian Follows-up on the BookRiot piece by Mya Nunnally on Women writing adult Fantasy. Women Write Fantasy for Grown-ups Too at … Continue reading State of the Art: February 2019
Our weekly round-up of happenings in the world of Fantasy and Speculative fiction. How Rivers Solomon turned award-winning Afrofuturist song The Deep into a book - The Verge 8 new FSF books in February - The Verge How to Vote in the 2019 Hugo Awards - BookRiot Victor LaValle, N.K. Jemisin, Maria Dahvana Headley, Sam … Continue reading Fantasy & SpecFic Watch #3