#Fantasy

Why Do We Love Portal Fantasies?

Portal fantasies have been popular since the beginning of the fantasy genre. But why do we love them so much?

The Best Fantasy Books You’ve Never Heard Of

Speculative fiction readers will discover some hidden gems with this list of the best fantasy books you’ve never heard of, including The Labyrinth’s Archivist by Day Al-Mohamed.

9 Nail-Biting Fantasy Books About Forbidden Magic

Books about forbidden magic mix rich fantasy systems with high-stakes drama. Here are some of the best, from middle grade like Amari and the Night Brothers by B. B. Alston to adult fantasy like The Year of the Witching by Alexis Henderson.

Even More Books to Read Based on Your Dungeons & Dragons Class

All adventuring parties should be able to double as a book club! Here are even more reads to dive into based on your D&D class.

9 Magical, Winter Fantasy Books to Read Under a Warm Blanket

These 10 winter fantasy books set in Russian snows, frosty Norse myth, and more are sure to give readers magical, wintry feelings.

4 Fantastic Books About Gender Shapeshifters

Gender shapeshifters are some of the most truly dynamic characters in literature. Don’t miss out on these four reads, including Not Your Villain by C.B. Lee.

Middle Fantasy: A Sub-Genre for All Fantasy Lovers

There's high fantasy and there's low fantasy, but what about middle fantasy? Here's a primer on the sub-genre and some recommendations to get you started.

10 Books Like The Dresden Files

Finished reading The Dresden Files and want more like it? Look no further, we’ve got your list of books like The Dresden Files right here, including A Dead Djinn in Cairo by P. Djèlí Clark.

High Fantasy vs. Low Fantasy: Your Guide

What is high fantasy vs. low fantasy? From Raybearer by Jordan Ifueko to Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s Signal to Noise, we’re breaking down the difference (setting is key!).

8 New Epic Fantasy Debuts for 2020

These 2020 epic fantasy debuts are your escape into lush worlds, magical systems, and fantastic storytelling.