December 20th, 2012. The end of the world, some might say. Five friends meet up twenty years after college, at Spanish Gardens, an old and favorite gathering spot. Olivia. John. Quincey. Ellen. Simon. Over Irish Coffees, they’ll hash out old memories and catch up on twenty years’ worth of happenings. For Olivia, who’s been the . . . → Read More: Alma Alexander: 2012: Midnight at Spanish Gardens
I have two confessions to make. The first is that I am an audiobook addict. The second is that I really am a terrible reviewer. Sometimes I get lost in my work.
Many moons ago, my most feared and esteemed of overlords, Cat, the Grand Poobah and Chief Warlock of the Green Man Review, . . . → Read More: Graphic Audio: Movies in Your Mind
I have gone out and seen the lands of Faery, And have found sorrow and peace and beauty there, And have not known one from the other, but found each Lovely and gracious alike, delicate and fair.
“Dreams within Dreams” by Fiona Macleod
Open your eyes to the world around you. There are things . . . → Read More: Fey Folklore
Simon Canderous. Psychometrist, ex-thief, agent of New York’s Department of Extranormal Affairs (Other Division), member in good standing of the Fraternal Order of Goodness. He handles the weird stuff before the weird stuff eats his fellow New Yorkers. It’s the kind of job where “Not Dead Yet” would be an acceptable quarterly assessment, were it . . . → Read More: Anton Strout: Dead Waters
A generation ago, Terri Windling and Mark Alan Arnold introduced us to Bordertown, an abandoned American city sitting on the Border between the “real world” (The World) and Faerie (The Realm). A place where science and magic both worked, if equally unpredictably, it became a haven and a destination for runaways and outcasts of both . . . → Read More: Holly Black and Ellen Kushner, Welcome To Bordertown