Tensions between past and present: Exploring the gothic, the liminal and the mythical in the urban fantasy narratives of China Mieville and Charles de Lint.
Mannolini-Winwood, S. (2018) Wokół definicji fantastyki miejskiej. Transl. Krzysztof M. Maj. Creatio Fantastica, 1(58). doi: 10.5281/zenodo.1419521
Really, how urban is that urban fantasy?
Here is an easy 10 question quiz to determine whether what you are reading, or even what you are writing, can fit comfortably into the category of Urban Fantasy.
Mannolini-Winwood, S. (2018). Fear, anxiety and dread: Examining the influence of antecedent
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