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Justine Larbalestier & Ekaterina Sedia

Over the past several years I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know two amazingly wonderful fantasy authors: Justine Larbalestier and Ekaterina Sedia. Whenever I got into a conversation with one I always found myself wishing that the other was in the room. Not because they both write fantasy or were both born outside of […]

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“Goosegirl” from Fantasy

We’re proud to present “Goosegirl” by Margaret Ronald, a story from the pages of Fantasy, a companion anthology to our magazine. I hope you enjoy! GOOSEGIRL Margaret Ronald I stumble into the city at the back of the princess’s entourage, clutching the Red Book to my chest. By the time someone notices me, I can […]

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Fantasy Author Gord Sellar

I distrust this whole idea of heroes. The notion of a “hero” is like a carryover from times when the biggest thug in the group called the shots. We’ve internalized it, it might even to some degree be hardwired into us — look how we vote, after all — but when you look at it, […]

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“The Yeti Behind You” from Fantasy

Starting last week and running through most of the month we’ll be running a few stories from Fantasy, a companion anthology to our magazine. I hope you enjoy! THE YETI BEHIND YOU Jeremiah Tolbert Michael’s yeti sits lightly on the foot of the bed, watching with soft brown eyes as Michael makes a third pass […]

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Unbreakable Habits: The Devil and Mrs. Fletcher

Though my friends make fun of me for it, I am not ashamed to admit that I love mystery TV shows. And my very favorite is Murder, She Wrote. Yep, that show from the 80’s with Angela Lansbury. My whole family loved it and we watched together every Sunday night. The show was on for […]

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“Zombie Lenin” from Fantasy

Starting this week and running through most of the month we’ll be running a few stories from Fantasy, a companion anthology to our magazine. I hope you enjoy! ZOMBIE LENIN Ekaterina Sedia 1. It all started when I was eight years old, on a school trip to the Mausoleum. My mom was there to chaperon […]

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Caroline M. Yoachim

Caroline M. Yoachim, author of Time to Say Goodnight, was born in Hawaii, but moved away at the age of 3 months without so much as a tan. She grew up in the Pacific Northwest, and now lives in Austin, TX with her husband, Peter. Caroline has a Masters degree in Child Psychology and attended […]

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“This Reflection of Me” from Jabberwocky 3

Here’s a sneak peek at Jabberwocky 3: “The third volume in Prime Books’ Jabberwocky series is definitely fantasy and tends toward the dark and literary. Bookended by epigraphs from Oscar Wilde’s Salome, Jabberwocky 3 has the air of inevitable tragedy, of a slow encroachment of vines that swallow up the white palace, piercing it with […]

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Vote for your favorite Fantasy stories of 2007

Happy New Year, Fantasy readers! Welcome to 2008. With the holiday season finally over we’re breathing a sigh of relief and getting back to normal life. We have a lot of great stuff coming up in 2008, both in the fiction and non-fiction departments. On Wednesdays, we’ll have more interviews with authors and artist spotlights, […]

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And to all a Happy New Year!

2008 marks the first year that Fantasy Magazine will have a full publishing schedule, and we have many surprises for you in store. Here’s hoping that this year is as entertaining as last year’s!