Popular Content From May 2013

Here’s a list of the most read posts from the month of May 2013:

Characters: Kvothe from The Name of the Wind
Characters: Clare of Claymore
Deconstructing Horror: Haunted Houses
More Sci-fi Shows to Hit Screens in 20135
More Anime and Manga Titles for HBO to Adapt 
Rites of Spring: The New Horror TV Shows
Understanding the Sexism of Fantasy
An Interview with Bestselling Author Ty Franck (James S.A. Corey)
Interview – The Amazing Art of Anja Uhren
Nuevos trabajos de ciencia ficción en español
Four modern and completed SF series you shouldn’t miss – Part II
Hayao Miyazaki and Epic Fantasy
Open Source Horror: The Slender Man
Crossroads: Negotiating the Unreal in Magic Realism and Fantasy
The Top Ten Roleplaying Games of All Time
Crossroads: “Literary” Speculative Fiction and Literary Sensibilities
Psychics are Dark Fantasy
Crossroads: The Cores of Literary Fiction and Speculative Fiction
Sequential Wednesdays #11 – The Quiet Majesty of Kazu Kibuishi
Interview with a Wizard: Mike Mearls
Of Books and Book Shelves: The Travails of an SF Book Collector
Women in Armour vs. Chicks in Chain-mail
Review: Cthulhu Haiku and Other Mythos Madness
Top Ten Best Star Wars Computer Games of All Time
World War Z: The Complete Edition Review
AutoDrive by Rory O’Donnell
The Alternate History Masterpiece You’ve Never Read
Fiction River Debuts
No. 9: Mary Shelley, Frankenstein, and Who’s The Real Monster?
All Aboard for Mars! A True Story
In Defense of Digital Book Buying
Everything I Know, I Learned from Edgar Allan Poe
Ten Questions You Need to Ask Your Characters Before They Can Stay In Your Story
A Way To End Ebook Piracy?
Playing the Short Game: How to Sell Your Short Fiction (Part 3)
The Apollo Program, A Personal Journal: “We Choose To Go To The Moon”
THE WOLF AT THE END OF THE WORLD – A Novel by Douglas Smith (excerpt)

And there’s LOTS more – nearly 900 posts containing info, insite, speculation and STUFF! for genre fans!

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