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Narnia Menu: “Pole’s Pucker-Up Posset”

By Astrid Tuttle Winegar In The Silver Chair, poor Jill, Eustace, and Puddleglum end up in the company of giants. The Queen takes a “liking” to Jill, who understandably has lost it and is now indulging in a good cry. “Give her lollipops, give her dolls, give her physics, give her all you can think of—possets and comfits and caraways ...

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Exclusive Interview with Robert Beatty – Serafina and the Twisted Staff Giveaway

An Exclusive Interview with Robert Beatty “She stood on the rocky ledge and scanned the valley in front of her. In the distance, the pointed towers and slate-covered rooftops of the grand Biltmore Estate rose from the darkness of the surrounding forest. The pale gray limestone walls were adorned with gargoyles of mythical  beasts and fine sculptures of the warriors ...

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The Tales of Ollundra Anthology

I met one of the authors, Craig Teal recently through a Facebook writing group we both belong to.  We began talking about another project he is planning. Then I found out about this amazing project and how much work and dedication has been put into the series. The Tales of Ollundra Anthology are stories based around the universe featured in ...

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Interview: Author Auston Habershaw

Auston Habershaw is the author of fantasy series, The Saga of the Redeemed, available through Harper Voyager Impulse. He is also a winner of the Writers of the Future Contest and has published stories in Analog, Galaxy’s Edge, The Sword and Laser Anthology, and Escape Pod, among other places. His next release continues the Saga of the Redeemed, with No ...

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“Nikabrik’s Candidate” by Gina Dalfonzo

Nikabrik

This article first appeared in First Things: https://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2016/01/nikabriks-candidate. Please note: Legendarium Media does not support any political candidate and is a news forum encouraging the open discussion of ideas relating to literature and art. If you ever doubt that C. S. Lewis was gifted with a prophetic voice, you need look no further for correction than Prince Caspian. In the story, you may remember, Narnia is ...

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A Brave New Epic for a Brave New World

A Brave New Epic for a Brave New World Or, the Origins of a Mythology By John C. Evans Four or five children sit around a burning hearth. Their faces are obscured by shadow. But I know them all. My little shoulders twitch as I peer coolly out the window. There is mist on the hills, and I can see ...

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Book Review: Bandersnatch by Diana Pavlac Glyer

There is something wonderful about good literature. The words, the phrases, the characters, the exciting plot twists – a good story of an amalgamation of many things working together. When we find a story that captures us, that plants its roots firmly in our imaginations, we quickly develop a deep and lasting appreciation for that work. Have you ever had ...

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Legendarium Media Launches a Collaborative VIKING Novel Project on Skrawl and Needs YOUR Help!

HAPPY LEIF ERIKSSON DAY! We’re thrilled to announce a partnership between Legendarium Media, Skrawl.com, and YOU for the creation of a historical fiction novel based on the life and adventures of the famous Viking, Leif Eriksson ! WATCH the video below and then go to the Legendarium Media Vikings Skrawl page for more details on how YOU can help: http://skrawl.com/page/LM-vikings ...

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Coming Soon: An Epic New Fantasy Series by Jason R Jones

In anticipation of the release of the first book in his epic 18 part series, to be released by Oloris Publishing, I had a Q&A session with Jason R Jones, author of “The Last Pantheon” series. 1.  We’ve spent a lot of time working on the text for ‘of spiders and falcons’ now.  I’ve read it three times, and I ...

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John Evans Returns with a Profound New Collection of Poetry

In his own words, he shares his thoughts on this moving collection: It was the day before Christmas and I was sitting in the hospital. How I got there was hardly a mystery. What to do next was another matter. Oddly enough, I felt calmer than I had been all day. I had spent my fear on writing all morning, ...

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