One of the most popular genres in recent years has been Urban Fantasy. In this installment of Defining the Genre, I discuss its definitions and major themes as well as how it fits in with other subgenres of Fantasy. Read More
Patricia Briggs's Hunting Ground (Alpha & Omega #2) is an excellent example of a well-written, entertaining urban fantasy romance novel. Additionally, readers can pick up Hunting Ground and enjoy a satisfying, complete read without having to be familiar Read More
After reading the page-turner Night of Demons, which released last week, I had a few questions for its author, Tony Richards. Fortunately not only for me, but for all of our readers here at Fandomania, this sometimes horror, sometimes dark fantasy Read More
I was fortunate enough to speak with urban fantasy romance author Jeaniene Frost about her latest Night Huntress novel, Destined for an Early Grave, as well as First Drop of Crimson and a short story about Cat and Bones recently published in an Read More
Kelly thinks summer reading should be rich, entertaining, thought provoking when possible, or in this list's case full of magic and fantasy. These are her top ten fantasy picks for summer reading, some new, some classics, all great. Read More
Amber Benson, best known for her role as Tara Maclay on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, has been making a name for herself as a writer for several years. Now, she takes her first stab at an original urban fantasy novel with Death's Daughter. Read More
Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere, the novelization of the 1996 BBC Two show by the same name, follows exactly the plot of the TV show, but allows Gaiman to expand on certain elements and correct changes made by the series, which he also wrote. Read More
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