#World of Fantasy Day 2019

Fantasy From Around the World in 7 Comics and Graphic Novels

From Africa to the Middle East to indigenous America, we're exploring the magical realm through these fantasy comics from around the world.

15 Slavic-language SFF Novels in Translation

Add more fantasy novels in translation to your To-Be-Read courtesy of this list of fifteen excellent works of Slavic SFF in translation.

Tooth and Claw: Werewolf Fiction From Around the World

These werewolf books from around the world offer traditional favourites as well as experimental looks at the hairiest member of the supernatural crowd.

The Tomb Raiders, Martial Arts, and Dragon-Horses of Chinese Fantasy

Explore Chinese mythology, lore, legend, and literature as one reader discusses the history of Chinese fantasy literature.

Beyond LOTR: 4 Epic Fantasy Novels From Outside the UK

We've rounded up four global epic fantasy novels, which feature authors, inspirations, and settings from all over the map.

Vampire Myths from Around the World, and What They Have in Common

We're making connections between vampire myths from around the world, as well as exploring symbolism and some of the intentions behind these tales.

20 Must-Read African Fantasy Novels

These must-read African fantasy novels explore new worlds, utilize inventive magic in this world, or add surrealist twists to an otherwise normal setting.

6 YA Fantasy Novels By #OwnVoices Authors

Check out these six excellent ownvoices YA fantasy novels inspired by the folklore and mythology from the authors' own cultures.

3 of the Best Fantasy Novels Featuring Urban Settings

If you're a fan of fantastic, reimagined cityscapes, check out these wonderfully gritty fantasy novels with urban settings.

10 Fantasy Novels From Around the World for Fans of Harry Potter

Potterheads, don't miss these fantasy novels for Harry Potter fans! These Potter readalikes include works in translation and global settings.

6 YA Fantasy Novels Influenced By Middle Eastern and Indian Cultures

These Middle Eastern- and Indian-inspired YA fantasy novels showcase fantastical worlds that bear resemblance to cultural myths and histories.