Magical Words Link Roundup 1-17-2017


Join North Carolina authors John Hartness and Jake Bible who will be reading from their work and sharing their unique takes on writing fantasy/horror/dark fiction in “An Evening of Fantastical Insanitytonight in Asheville NC.

Michiko Kakutani, the chief book critic for The New York Times, interviewed President Obama about literature at the White House. Here are excerpts from the conversation, which have been edited and condensed.

The instability of the weather makes for a great metaphor in fantasy stories about characters learning to harness their own emotions and inborn magical powers.

How do you know if your book is going to sell? You don’t.

Angela Ackerman asks, “But how often do we think about a character’s morality?”

If you’ve ever thought that the publishing industry is tough to figure out, you’re not alone.

Wendy Sparrow talks about writing what you’d rather not know.

Money taints everything, why not writing too?

The Dragon’s Blade Writer’s Journeys features Mark Lawrence.

Fantasy Faction offers part three of their series on gender and stereotyping in fantasy fiction.



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