WWW: June 13, 2012

In the coming weeks, if you find something interesting you think everyone should read, drop me a line via the contact form and let me know, or just post it below. Let’s get started:

fantasy book reviews science fiction book reviews1) Tropes vs. Women in Video Games: A Kickstarter for a video series that will explore the topic of women and how they are portrayed in video games.

2) A Martian Joined Ray Bradbury and Me for Dinner in Paris: An amusing little story about having dinner with Ray Bradbury.

3) Palettes of famous painters: Not exactly Fantasy related, but I found it fascinating to contemplate the worlds these palettes created. So much potential in something so mundane.

4) BEA 2012: Hot, Hot, Hot! New Graphic Novels Sizzle: PW summarizes a BookExpo America panel about the best Graphic Novels this year.

5) Help a brother out, ‘Iron Eyes and the Watered-Down World’ by Saladin Ahmed: A rather honest appeal from a talented and hard-working writer.


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JUSTIN BLAZIER (on FanLit's staff since September 2009) is a Cyber-Security Analyst/Network Engineer located in Northern Kentucky. Like many fantasy enthusiasts, Justin cut his teeth on authors like Tolkien, Anthony, and Lewis. Due to lack of space, his small public library would often give him their donated SFF books. When he is not reading books he is likely playing board games or Tabletop RPGs. Justin lives in a quiet neighborhood with his wife, their daughter, and Norman the dog.

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  1. I just finished The Man Who Crossed Worlds by Chris Strange. I’m not sure it’s something EVERYONE should read, but I liked it. I reviewed it over at my blog (second post down at the moment). It was a good adventure and had an interesting UF setting.

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