Putting the Urban in Urban Fantasy: A Madness of Angels by Kate Griffin
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Putting the Urban in Urban Fantasy: A Madness of Angels by Kate Griffin

Urban fantasy’s genre boundaries have grown a bit muddy. The label has become a catch-all for modern paranormal fiction–anything that doesn’t fit the happily-ever-after mold of paranormal romance or the elves-and-dwarves conventions of high fantasy. Sometimes, I forget the “urban” part entirely, but there are a few books that exemplify it, making their metropolitan settings … Continue reading

Syfy’s Two Power Hours: Being Human & Lost Girl — open thread
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Syfy’s Two Power Hours: Being Human & Lost Girl — open thread

Happy Monday, Paranormal Unbound Readers! We’ve been on a paranormal television roll around here lately, discussing “hooks” in fantasy TV, voicing our thoughts on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and lamenting cancelled shows (Oh, Firefly, how I miss thee!) I continue the trend with today’s guest. Please welcome fantasy author Rita Bay to the Paranormal Unbound blog. … Continue reading

A Conversation with Lee Goram About the Political Minefield of Inter-species Relationships
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A Conversation with Lee Goram About the Political Minefield of Inter-species Relationships

Hi, guys! I’m MADLY finishing edits against a hard deadline for book three of my Chronicles of Yavn series, Hunter by Night. So for today’s conversation I dragged (drug? Someone help me, I always get that word wrong) Lee along for the ride. Lee Goram is the vampire king’s Lieutenant commander in the Yavn series … Continue reading