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Writerly Advice – Research is an Ignorant Fool’s Best Friend by Rob J. Hayes

So you’re an author. You write things. Anything really, but I’m focusing on fantasy fiction here. Chances are your internet browser search history (if taken out of context) makes you look a lot like a psychotic caterpillar wrangler with a strange love of carrot cake. This is normal. In fact, it’s pretty much required. The …
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Reflections on Magical Realism by Joan Schweighardt

Astrologers mystify us regularly with accurate predictions based on the movement of the planets. Shamans bedazzle us with healing rituals that result from messages from long-dead ancestors. Quantum physicists thrill us with conjecture about parallel universes and unified field theories, notions we can barely wrap our heads around. Just when we think we have a …