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Historical Fantasy

[GUEST POST] What Genre Is This, Anyway? by Steve Bein

Steve Bein (pronounced “Bine”) is an author, philosopher, professor, climber, photographer, translator, and world traveler. His short fiction has appeared in Asimov’s, Interzone, Writers of the Future, and in international translation. Daughter of the Sword, his first novel, is already being met with critical acclaim and is due out this October. Find him online at …

[SFFWRTCHT] Another Chat With Author Mary Robinette Kowal

Mary Robinette Kowal is Vice President of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writer’s Of America. Her debut novel, Shades Of Milk and Honey, released by Tor in 2011 started her historical fantasy series The Glamour Histories , and the follow up, Glamour In Glass, released on Tuesday. Several more books in the series are forthcoming.  A …

[SFFWRTCHT] A Chat With Author John R. Fultz

English teacher John R. Fultz teaches kids to love heavy metal by day and tells stories by night. His stories have appeared in anthologies like Way Of The Wizard and Cthulhu´s Reign and ‘zines like Black Gate, Weird Tales and Lightspeed. His debut novel, book 1 of the Shaper Trilogy, Seven Princes, is out from …

Book Review: Speak to the Devil by Dave Duncan

Genre: Historical Fantasy Hardcover: 304 pages Publisher: Tor Books; 1 edition Publication Date: May 25, 2010 ISBN-10: 0765323478 ISBN-13: 978-0765323477 Author Website: Dave Duncan Speak to the Devil is prolific author Dave Duncan’s latest historical fantasy. Set in Eastern Europe at the end of the age of chivalry and the beginning of gunpowder based warfare, the story follows two men, brothers, …