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On Maps and Authorial Authority in Fantasy (guest post)

Should fantasy novels have a map? No, for three reasons. First, almost every fantasy author lacks the necessary geographic skills. Not only do you need to understand the interaction of tectonics and geology with climate, vegetation and the distribution of … Continue reading

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Of Swords and Breakfast

The thoroughly delightful, ridiculously talented Tansy Rayner Roberts shares her thoughts on the difference between male and female fantasy writers. Tehani is totally trying to trap me into saying something¬†controversial, by requesting a post about the difference between male¬†and female … Continue reading

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