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Are you looking forward to the Literary Festival (LitFest) at Fantasy Faire?

All events will taken Place in the Festival Grove on Sylvan of Spells. Landmark available from 23rd April

Over the next two weeks, we have a great line-up of events for you at the Literary Festival (LitFest) which, for the first time, forms part of Fantasy Faire! 1,947 more words

Fantasy Faire

My Fantasy Tool Kit (8): Butt Out!

If you ever want to write a fantasy novel–or any other kind of novel, for that matter–that’ll be sheer torture to read, be sure to make a thinly-disguised version of yourself the hero of the story. 401 more words

Fantasy Criticism

The Ogres Here Are Real

I reviewed The Buried Giant, the new novel by Kazuo Ishiguro, here at the Glasgow Review of Books.

I have enjoyed everything Ishiguro has ever turned into a book. 46 more words

365 Themes Challenge: Unsettling Revelations

Juniper Chadwell always pretended to be Princess Melody Fallsworth, her favorite character in D.B. Painter’s “The Trees of Light” trilogy, but to actually become that princess was a whole different thing altogether. 188 more words

Short Story

Meet me by the Gallows

I realise I haven’t updated this blog for a while, it’s been patchy at best and I apologise if you were holding your breath in anticipation for my next rant/story/random bit of musing.  1,857 more words


Making the Magic of Grey Havens Available to the Next Generation: Meet Robyn Bosica at the Real Myth Symposium

About Robyn Bosica:

Robyn Bosica is the volunteer Co-Director of Grey Havens YA and currently resides in Frederick, Colorado. Robyn has been working with young adults in community events, theater programs, and service trips since 2008, and she is thrilled to be a part of a group as awesome as Grey Havens YA.  368 more words


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Círdan's note: Did you know that Grey Havens YA is going to have a major presence at this year's Real Myth and Mithril Symposium? Check it out!