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The Object of Our Affection: Women as More than Prizes in Epic Fantasy

The Epic Fantasy genre has accumulated a substantial following over the many decades since its inception, arguably with William Morris’ The Well at the World’s End. It is a genre defined by its themes, characters, setting, and story, which are … Continue reading

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Author Journeys: Welcome Paula Cappa

Welcome back to Author Journeys. I’m pleased to have Paula Cappa as my guest today. Paula Cappa’s novels include Night Sea Journey, A Tale of the Supernatural, and The Dazzling Darkness (Gothic Readers Book Club Award Winner for Outstanding Fiction … Continue reading

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Author Journeys: Welcome Kathryn Craft

Welcome back to Author Journeys. Those who have enjoyed the series so far can look forward to learning from yet another inspiring author and mentor as today’s guest, Kathryn Craft, answers some questions about her writing journey. If this is … Continue reading

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