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Fantasy Writing Discussions August 11, 2014
11-Aug-14   By: Mythic Scribes

Noble Families I have recently come across an issue in my first novel during the editing process. My story centers in the capital city of Ordain. On the surface the… Ursula K. LeGuin talks about genre, gender, and broadening fiction From an interview between LeGuin and Michael Cunningham: And that, of course, is the lingering […]



‘Soft’ Magic Systems Still Have a Place
10-Aug-14   By: Featured Author

This article is by Ashley Capes. The idea that magic in fiction might possess or need a ‘system’ was nonexistent to me when I first read my favourites as a boy in the early 1990s. Magic was but a component to the awe and wonder within the stories. I didn’t need to know how magic […]



Fantasy Writing Discussions August 4, 2014
04-Aug-14   By: Mythic Scribes

[Reading Group] August 2014 – The Elfin Ship This month’s book is The Elfin Ship, by James Blaylock. The author has been around for quite some time and is well known in some circles, but not… The Misery of Writing This is just something I’m noticing recently (not necessarily on Mythic Scribes, but elsewhere), but […]



Surviving Grimdark Fantasy for the Squeamish
04-Aug-14   By: Philip Overby

While there is still some debate about whether it’s a legit sub-genre or not, grimdark has become part of the fantasy lexicon in recent years. I actually like a lot of the authors that some label as grimdark, so I’m a bit torn on if it’s a good or bad thing. The term can be […]



Fantasy Writing Discussions July 28, 2014
28-Jul-14   By: Mythic Scribes

How Much Do I Need To Know? I have two or three stories I want to write and I am pretty satisfied with my ideas. One of my stories is a political fantasy that resembles the… When to stop revising and freaking post I’m sure there was a thread about this before, but I can’t […]



Absolutism vs. Ambiguity in Fantasy
27-Jul-14   By: Featured Author

This article is by Matthew R. Bishop. In a recent article featured on Mythic Scribes, Christian Madera explored the strengths and limitations of “black and white” fantasy, while defending the rise of “grey” fantasy as something that can overcome the drawbacks of black and white. Let me clarify that I am an author of grey […]



Fantasy Writing Discussions July 21, 2014
21-Jul-14   By: Mythic Scribes

Killing My Ending I went back and forth a while back about making my current WIP into a series. Maybe a duology or trilogy. However, as I’m nearing the end of my first… Stuck So… I’m kind of stuck pretty early on in the novel I’m trying to write atm. Because I don’t have one […]



Is Single-Genre Fiction Outdated?
20-Jul-14   By: Featured Author

This article is by Michael Cairns. For decades, the publishing industry has worked to ensure that every book that they publish can be marketed within a single genre. This is, up to a point, understandable. Publishing is a business, and the clearer the genre of a book, the easier it is to find the target […]



Fantasy Writing Discussions July 14, 2014
14-Jul-14   By: Mythic Scribes

25 Secrets of Publishing, Revealed! Yes, silly title, but the article is very informative about the traditional side of publishing. Guest post on Chuck Wendig’s Terrible Minds from one… Inter-world Building One of my current wip takes place in a world that has multiple pantheons, deities and “realms”. Besides from a few classical mythologies (Norse,… […]



Using Role-Playing to Rein in Your WIP
13-Jul-14   By: Codey Amprim

So, you’ve been busy writing, I see. That work in progress (WIP) is coming along pretty well. But you just don’t know how your audience will feel about it. Or perhaps you’re ready to throw a new element into your story, but you’re not certain that your world is ready for it. So, you pace […]







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