1. This week I’ll be starting with general cool book-ish stuff, as that’s what I seem to have up top.
First up is Dan Fitzgerald’s account of going down the Mississipi on a raft as a teenager, which is a fascinating read
We’ve also got an old article/interview by Hari Kunzru on Michael Moorcock, he who currently claims a lot of attention on this blog. Read if only for the Geronimo story.
The Rolls to Save peeps have a review of WFRP 4th ed (I am now imagining a WFRP game run by Michael Moorcock, who was a huge influence on the warhammer world)
Also want to find out about an Arthurian epic you didn’t know about? With Sir Kay being a romcom hero? Click here to hear of Escanor.
Last but never least, Kat at Libri Draconis has a lot of opinions on Grace Draven, and has got into detail on them here.
Maddalena at Space and Sorcery has a review of the much hyped The Blacktongue Thief by Christopher Buehlman
Traveling Cloak at FanFiAddict wants us all to read Brian Naslund’s Dragons of Terra
I have not included nearly enough reviews of Campaigns & Companions, so I will rectify this. Fantasy Book Nerd and Fab at Libri Draconis both do a good job of explaining why I will eventually need this.
Kat at KBBookreviews has just reminded me I need to read more Melissa Caruso with this review of The Quicksilver Court.
3. I like sharing art, so here’s a fantastic piece from Samantha Mash
4. Wow, I do not have a lot of content this week. Okay. Question time. Is there any fantasy movie theme greater than the following?
5. Same question, but with fantasy game soundtracks (and obviously a fantasy game soundtrack)
I obviously believe the answers are No and No, but I’m willing to have my mind changed.
That’s it. Have a great weekend all!