Perhaps the World's finest fantasy art and cosplay magazine.
Dozens of printable poster/print quality images, plus riddles, magic items and dungeon maps.
DunJon Fantasy Femme Fatale eZine as it names suggests is fantasy art magazine that primarily focuses upon femme fatales. (Beautiful, yet dangerous women.) It is also a print collection. (All buyers of this pdf may print images for personal... [click here for more]
If you're nearly finished with your novel, you may be staring down one of the writer's toughest foes: doubt. In "Battling Doubt," John Vorhaus shares his candid advice on assessing whether your book is ready for submission and publication. This exclusive e-book offers practical advice on smoothing out those last few wrinkles, conquering your fears, and celebrating your completed novel. John... [click here for more]
Once upon a time, Doctor Who was a show in Crisis! So fans decided to started making their own. They’ve been doing it ever since...
When Doctor Who first went off the air in 1985, fans began to create their own films to fill the void. The decline and cancellation of the show resulted in a wave of unauthorized productions, including a Female Doctor series, parodies and spoofs,... [click here for more]
An exploration of the tropes of science fiction by a writer, author, and fan.
An exploration of the tropes of Science Fiction by a writer, author, and fan. Originally published on One Thousand and One Parsecs for the 2013 Blogging From A to Z Challenge. ... [click here for more]
Why take the Make Art Not War Challenge?
When times are tough, the feeling that artists are not necessary tends to permeate. Art is viewed as frivolous or a luxury since we don’t produce food, clothing, or housing. The exact opposite is true, however, because in charged political climates artists document and represent our humanity and all our struggles be they violent or peaceful... [click here for more]