Creating Takakush: an Interview with Raine Reiter
Interview / Novels

Creating Takakush: an Interview with Raine Reiter

Raine Reiter is an author who weaves together an empowered, female-centered narrative with rich descriptions of nature and an ever-present sense of mystery. Her vivid, flowing prose takes readers of dark fantasy into a world that looks and feels real, while still evoking the enticing paranormal creativity shared by authors such as Richelle Mead and … Continue reading

Creating The Twelve Tasks: an interview with Katharine E. Wibell
Interview / Novels

Creating The Twelve Tasks: an interview with Katharine E. Wibell

Katharine Wibell’s lifelong interest in mythology includes epic poetry like the Odyssey, Ramayana, Beowulf, and the Nibelungenlied. In addition, she is interested in all things animal whether training dogs, apprenticing at a children’s zoo, or caring for injured animals as a licensed wildlife rehabilitator. After receiving degrees from Mercer University in both art and psychology … Continue reading

Review of Dungeon Critters by Natalie Riess and Sara Goetter
Graphic Novel / Reviews

Review of Dungeon Critters by Natalie Riess and Sara Goetter

Dungeon Critters by Natalie Riess and Sara Goetter Genre: Fantasy/Graphic Novel Age category: Middle Grade Release Date: September 29, 2020 Review Dungeon Critters is a fun-filled graphic novel that may take its inspiration from the standard tabletop RPG but ultimately creates into a fun and original world that stands on its own as well as … Continue reading

Review: The Deep by Rivers Solomon, Daveed Diggs, William Hutson, & Jonathan Snipes
Novellas / Reviews

Review: The Deep by Rivers Solomon, Daveed Diggs, William Hutson, & Jonathan Snipes

Literary fantasy is one of those genres that many aspire to write but very few can pull off. So when I have the opportunity to read a piece of literary fantasy that lands so well–describing a unique setting with a masterful hand and exploring a difficult part of human history or experience–I’m always grateful. The … Continue reading