Magical Words Link Roundup 6-21-2017


We’re so conditioned to believe that white is the default that we write ourselves out of the worlds that we create.

You are a character in a fantasy novel. Congratulations: you have been invited to a feast.

Experience your favorite fantasy worlds through some of the most fearsome, devious, and brutal antagonists in fantasy.

Wonder Woman is a superhero of many talents: She’s got incredible strength and speed, and she seems to be both indestructible and immortal. But her most underrated skill of all is her ability to speak countless languages.

This amazing conversation between A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin and Stephen King is from a conversation they had at the Kiva Auditorium in Albuquerque, New Mexico in the summer of 2016, and a year later it’s still a fascinating look at the authors’ respective creative processes.

When writing at speed and getting involved with the story, it’s so easy to type something that you simply can’t believe you did.

Mark Gatiss and Steve Moffat ― the duo behind BBC’s popular Sherlock Holmes adaptation, “Sherlock,” starring Benedict Cumberbatch ― will update another literary genre story: Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

Cassandra Clare’s lawyer has sought a court order demanding sci-fi writer Sherrilyn Kenyon disclose evidence in the case over trademark infringement.

There has never been a time where fans have had so many great superhero TV shows on the air. Marvel and DC have more and more shows coming out each year, and most of them are great. Unfortunately, even on good shows, there are a couple crappy characters.


Comments are closed.