Articles Tagged ‘fantasy’
This year, HBO introduced millions of otherwise fantasy-averse viewers to George R.R. Martin’s complex, rich, densely layered and decidedly adult A Song of Fire and…
Now that everyone’s Fantasy hockey draft is in the can and the whiff of potential poolie victory is in the air, it’s time to look at some players whose situations can mean the difference between victory and cellar-dwelling going forward.
The cover of fantasy writer Jay Lake’s newest novel is eye-catching: a sprite-like girl hanging upside-down, face bloodied, looking fierce and holding a sword. In a rare case, the content of the book is an exact mirror of what that picture conveys.