The last couple of months have eaten my face in a big way. Between deadlines, health issues and various expensive car repairs I found myself falling way far behind on reading submissions for these two anthologies. I’ve spent the last week going through them. So far here is the rough breakdown of what submissions look […]
The Scarlet Pimpernel meets Dracula in Derek Paterson’s novellas featuring flintlocks, tricorn hats and the supernatural.
Ginny Ni’Cooley is a mage facing down demons, ghosts, and the distrust of the locals.
Etta Mae isn’t your average fantasy heroine, but if her theory is right she might be your average psychic.
The only thing worse than Max’s death is his new living arrangement.
A random encounter with a capricious entity sends three strangers crashing into one another; changing each in unexpected and unimaginable ways. By turns fantastical and horrific, Hearts Starve is a modern day fairy tale in the tradition of the oldest of Grimm’s stories.
Evelyn Christensen of Writing for Children’s Magazines interviewed Raechel about Spellbound. They talked about Spellbound‘s origins, what she looks for in submissions, and the magazine’s future. Click on the link to read the full interview.
“I can’t recommend this e-zine enough for young fantasy lovers (and us not-so-younguns as well!) or young readers you want to introduce the fantasy genre to. With each issue of Spellbound, young readers will find themselves in a world of magic, tricksy creatures, surprising wonders, and so much more!” - Word Spelunking
The 2014 Hugo nomination period is open until March 31, 2014. Full instructions for voting can be found on the Loncon 3 website. Who can nominate? According to the site: You may nominate for the 2014 Hugo Awards and the John W Campbell Award for Best New Writer if, on or before 31 January 2014, […]
We released the Dwarves issue of Spellbound on Saturday. It has been simultaneously the hardest and the easiest issue to put together so far. Hardest, because it landed during a time when I have been dealing with lots of personal issues and illnesses (plus the unrelenting cold and snow) over the last couple of months. […]