Tale as Old As Time: How Fantasy Has Changed

by Courtney Vice We all remember our first fantasy experience. Whether you were binge-reading Tolkien nestled in between the bookshelves at your local library or was fascinated with the mythical world of Harry Potter when you first saw Daniel Radcliffe’s glasses clad face on the big screen, fantasy had a way of slipping a little... Continue Reading →

Top Ten Sci-fi/Fantasy Conlangs

Constructed languages, or conlangs as they’re called, are a staple in many science fiction and fantasy works. They add a depth to otherwise shallow worlds and a new level of complexity to already deep settings. The three things that ultimately relate the uniqueness of a culture are its religion(s) (or lack thereof), its art, and... Continue Reading →

Judging a Book by its Cover

We all know the phrase, "never judge a book by its cover", but we also all know that it's almost impossible to follow. In the modern age, according to Nielsen's most recent released reports, there are over 200,000 new or revised books being published in the UK each year. With this sheer volume of books... Continue Reading →

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