Category Archives: Fantasy

Review of Cold Iron by Miles Cameron

I was a huge fan of Miles Cameron’s Traitor Son Cycle, the first fantasy by an experienced historical fiction writer.  Which reminds me that I really need to pick up some of Cameron’s historical fiction (written as Christian Cameron).  I … Continue reading

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SF: Some Dark Holler by Luke Bauserman

Originally posted on Hillbilly Highways:
For Halloween I’m returning to the motif of selling your soul. Bauserman pitched an advanced copy of Some Dark Holler to me because I reviewed a collection of Manly Wade Wellman’s Silver John stories.  I…

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Throwback SF Thursday: Mortu and Kyrus in the White City by Schuyler Hernstrom

“You may talk of cities and justice all you wish.  Tonight, the pagan wins.  My anger will be sated and these wicked people brought to ruin.” Mortu and Kyrus in the White City is a new novella out from Cirsova … Continue reading

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Throwback SF Thursday: The Right Hand of Doom, Red Shadows, Rattle of Bones (Solomon Kane)

I finally settled on a Hallowread for this October.  I will be rereading and posting on Dracula.  I will probably also do a post on the 1931 movie.  But I don’t plan on doing as many posts as I did … Continue reading

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Amazon Gives The Wheel of Time the Greenlight!

That Amazon has had a TV adaptation of The Wheel of Time in the works has been the worst kept secret in SF over the past several weeks.  The showrunner, Rafe Judkins, has been working on scripts and teasing various … Continue reading

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Throwback SF Thursday: Cirsova no. 9 Giveaway Reminder!

Did you know that you still have four days left to enter to win a copy of issue no. 9 of Cirsova: Heroic Fantasy and Science Fiction Magazine?  Details here.

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An Underappreciated (Albeit Minor) Challenge to Adapting The Wheel of Time for Television

If you are a fan of The Wheel of Time and haven’t been reading Sylas K. Barrett’s first read of the series over at Tor.com, you need to be.  Blogging a first read is a daunting task, as I learned … Continue reading

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