Fantasy: Page: 2

This is page 2 of the Fantasy posts on Wruters Write.


  • Graham Joyce Talks The Limits of Enchantment (2006-09-18): Novelist Graham Joyce discusses his book, The Limits of Enchantment (Atria), which is a finalist for a World Fantasy Award.

  • USA Today: Fantasy Comes of Age (2005-11-29): An article in USA Today says that many kids introduced to Harry Potter as young children are now high school teens and they are starting to read adult fantasy novels.

  • Author Chose Oz Over Hitler (2005-11-21): The Associated Press interviews Gregory Maguire, author of the bestselling novel, Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West, which was the inspiration for the Tony-nominated Broadway musical.

  • John Marco and The Sword of Angels (2005-08-30): Patricia Kitchen of Newsday has an interesting article about why so many people say they long to write a book, but so few people ever achieve their writing goals.

  • Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell Wins Hugo Award (2005-08-09): Susanna Clarke has won the Hugo Award for her novel, Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell.

  • The Science of Middle Earth (2005-07-01): Lord of the Rings is often discussed as a perfect fantasy series with magic, fantastic settings and interesting creatures like elves, dragons, hobbits, dwarves and orcs.

  • Elizabeth Kostova and The Historian (2005-06-16): Associated Press journalist Sarah Karush provides an interesting interview with Elizabeth Kostova, author of The Historian (Little, Brown).

  • Lawrence Watt-Evans' Publishing Experiment (2005-05-16): Author Lawrence Watt-Evans is experimenting with offering the next book in his popular Legends of Ethshar series as a serial on his website.

  • A Conversation With Marjorie M. Liu (2005-05-01): Majorie Liu talks paranormal romance, fantasy/sf, fan-fictoin, Tiger Eye, book signings, blogging, Clarion, X-Men and more in this in-depth interview.

  • A Conversation With Kelley Armstrong (2005-02-01): Bestselling author Kelley Armstrong talks about her novel Bitten, the Cabals, her Otherworld series, Dime Store Magic, werewolves, writing, deadlines and more!

  • J.K. Rowling Has Turned in the Mansucript For Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2004-12-20): The Associated Press reports that J.

  • Ursula Le Guin Not Happy With SciFi's Earthsea (2004-12-16): Novelist Ursula K. Le Guin is not happy with SciFi's adaptation of her Earthsea series.

  • A Conversation With D.J. MacHale (2004-10-01): Writer, director and producer D.J. MacHale talks about his Pendragon series, his narrative style, writing dialog, his writing day, working with child actors, TV programming and mor

  • A Conversation With Adam Connell (2004-08-02): A lifelong science fiction fan, Adam Connell could always be found with his nose in a book when he was growing up.

  • A Conversation With Robert Newcomb (2004-06-01): Being a bestselling fantasy author is actually Robert Newcomb's second successful career.

  • A Conversation With Victoria Strauss (2004-02-01): Bestselling fantasy author Victoria Strauss was born in Exeter, New Hampshire.

  • Talking Fantasy With John Marco (2003-12-01): It is not often (if ever) that an author whose first series was labeled as "military fantasy" gets a rave review and is listed as a "Top Pick" from Romantic Times magazine.

  • A Conversation With Sara Douglass (2003-03-01): Bestselling author Sara Douglass is a household name in her native Australia.

  • A Conversation With Mitchell Graham (2003-02-01): Novelist Mitchell Graham is a true renaissance man: an award-winning author, he is also an attorney, a neuropsychologist and an expert fencer.

  • A Conversation With Janny Wurts (2002-06-01): Bestselling author Janny Wurts is a rarity in today's Janny Wurts (Photo by Don Maitz) publishing world: she designs and paints the breathtaking covers for her bestselling fantasy novels.