Deacon creator/writer Edson Burton discusses his new trilogy of stories for BBC Radio 4 featuring a mysterious drifter who saves lost souls.
Urban Fantasy Archives
Dominated by women authors, paranormal romance and urban fantasy series often feature complex, powerful female characters, kick-ass action sequences, detailed world-building, and scintillating romantic relationships that are not limited by societal norms In other words, exactly what we want to see on television. Courtesy of suzannewright.co.uk Gone are the days when vampires and werewolves are a human[...]
Bucci and Jacopo Camagni which promises to rewire the rules of urban fantasy And because you can't spell rewire without "variant cover," the series will include covers by Olivier Coipel and Becky Cloonan. A press release contains more details: PORTLAND, Ore 07/17/2019 — Writer and RPG creator Marco B Bucci (Magna Veritas, Memento Mori) and artist Jacopo[...]
Unlike many, many other urban fantasy stories, Okorafor doesn't give us a case of "do as I say, not as I do." In this story, violence and us-versus-them rhetoric is not the answer Teamwork and shared empathy are, boosted by the main characters' differing cultures and skill-sets Cooperation and variety save the day. If you like[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Someplace to be Flying is an urban fantasy novel by Charles de Lint It isn't his newest book (published in 1998), but it feels more balanced and well wrought than some of his newer pieces, and introduces the majority of characters in his "Newford" series as they struggle to find where they fit in[...]