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Thursday, July 13, 2017

Worldbuilding 101 - VIDEO

Interesting panel on worldbuilding, featuring author Raymond E. Feist, along with 2 South African authors, Kelan Gerriety and Dave de Burgh. 




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Sunday, July 9, 2017

The Evolution of Modern Fantasy - VIDEO

At the Emerald City Comicon in SeattleWA this year, a panel of fantasy authors discussed the evolution of modern fantasy fiction. The panel featured authors Terry Brooks, Todd Lockwood, Django Wexler, Robin Hobb and Kevin Hearne. See the video below. Enjoy!



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Monday, October 17, 2016

Diversity in Fantasy Panel - VIDEO

The video below is a discussion panel of authors discussing diversity in fantasy fiction at New York Comic-Con this month. Authors included are: Laurent Linn, Lara Elena Donnelly, Jennifer Jenkins, Marie Lu and Daniel Jose Older.




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Thursday, July 28, 2016

Panel of Fantasy Authors Discuss Worldbuilding - VIDEO

Below is a video of a panel of fantasy authors discussing worldbuilding at San Diego Comic-Con last week. Authors included are: Jon Skovron, Brandon Mull, Scott Sigler, Seanan McGuire, Gini Koch and Claudia Christian.



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Monday, May 2, 2016

Wheel of Time TV Series

As per this article from the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog, it looks like the possibility for Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series being adapted to the screen is very likely. I had a hard time getting into the books, but I think seeing an on-screen adaptation could be quite entertaining. As always, it would have to be done well in order for such an epic tale to work. I'm interested to see which studio picks this up.


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