47North For Immediate Release Elena Stokes, Wunderkind PR firstname.lastname@example.org, 917.887.0784 Justin Golenbock, 47North email@example.com, 646-753-5768 47North Celebrates the Publication of THE MONGOLIAD: BOOK THREE by Neal Stephenson, Greg Bear, Mark Teppo, Nicole Galland, Erik Bear, Joseph Brassey, and Cooper Moo New York, NY: In 2012, fans of Neal Stephenson… Read More »Mongoliad: Book Three
South of us Xinan lies under a sickle moon. Lanterns will soon be bright in the spring night. Laughter and music and rich wine poured. Far to the west where all roads end. Cold stars shine on white bones. Beside the stone shores of a lake. In the valley of… Read More »Review of Under Heaven by Guy Gavriel Kay
I started working on my novel again this week. It’s the first time I’ve written something new in months. I’m re-writing the first scene entirely, and this is what I have so far (always subject to change, of course): **** He knows the truth. Cobus held the parchment next to… Read More »Novel Update – Excerpt Included
David Anthony Durham steps into the world of fantasy with his latest novel Acacia: Book One: The War With the Mein. Most known for his historical fiction novels — Gabriel’s Story, Walk Through Darkness, and Pride of Carthage — Durham seems born for the fantasy genre. His characters are compelling,… Read More »Review of Acacia
What is the definition of historical fantasy? How does it differ from historical fiction? Fantasy? I’ve often seen the term “historical fantasy” to classify a certain subgenre of literature but have never really understoood what, exactly, that refers to. What types of works are classified in this category? I did a… Read More »What is Historical Fantasy?